Teacher Tips for Overworked Parents

This year is proving to be a learn-as-you-go type of situation and facilitating your child’s schooling from home is no different! From technical issues to internet fatigue, learning from home can be difficult. Monica Olivera is an experienced homeschool teacher and posts her tips on her...

Decluttering for Your Physical Health

We’re all aware of the quality-of-life benefits of organizing one’s home or office. When paperwork and belongings are in order, it’s exponentially easier to stay on task and be productive. Knowing the exact location of your rain jacket and your client’s file can mean the...

Enjoy Thanksgiving Together-ish

Thanksgiving is coming and the celebration is likely to be anything but traditional this year. Maybe that's OK with you because in a divisive year, the last thing you want is to dance around sensitive topics with your extended family. “Having an excuse to keep two...

Help Your Pet With Stress After Quarantine

Pet caregivers who have been working from home for months due to the pandemic may find that when they return to their workplaces their furry friends begin acting out because of separation anxiety. Dog Anxiety Rover.com reports that 97% of survey respondents say they’ve bonded more closely...

We Could All Use a Little Hygge Right Now

According to Statista’s 2019 index, Denmark ranks as the second Happiest Country in the World followed closely with Norway in third, and Iceland for fourth. So what is it about these Northern European countries that have folks so giddy all the time?  Well, that’s a question...

A House Plant for Every Room

 Are you looking to add some greenery to your indoor space? You can find easy-to-grow plants for just about every area of your home. Be aware that some plants are poisonous to pets, so keep that in mind when making your decisions. Low light - north-facing window Snake...