Often we feel we have to “eat, pray and love” in a year-long pilgrimage to regain passion in our lives. But shifting our view of our daily do's can bring a level of passion to our lives we may not have realized. Josh Wells, ©istockphoto.com/Triggerhappy901 (courtesy)
At times we may feel the need to “eat, pray and love” in a year-long pilgrimage to regain passion in our lives. But shifting our view of our daily do's can bring a level of passion to our lives we may not have realized.
Postpartum Depression is a very common thing among women. It is also very misunderstood. It’s important that we all take a closer look at it so we can better prepare ourselves to see the symptoms and to know how we can help others. ©istockphoto.com/Fertnig (courtesy)
Postpartum Depression is a very common condition among women. It is also very misunderstood.
Due to the snow and ice, some of the boys' 12th Region Tournament games have been rescheduled.
When you choose to serve your community you feel the positive effects of volunteer-work benefitting you emotionally and mentally. Of the various reasons we choose to volunteer, nothing can replace that altruistic sense of self-worth and accomplishment derived from offering a few hours of your time to help those in need. ©istockphoto.com/asiseeit (courtesy)
In a world inundated with Internet users who are snapping “selfies” all day, the natural, altruistic human has taken an evident hit. We will notice we are surrounded by countless ways to help others when we look beyond ourselves. With more than 1.5 million non-profit organizations in the US, the various opportunities to give back to the community are limitless.
American parents and older adults who take care of their parents are apart of the “Sandwich Generation” — where people raise their family and take care of their parents, according to the Pew Research Center. In fact, 47 percent of adults aged 40 to 59 have a parent 65 years old or older, and a child of their own, compared with 45 percent who had the same in 2005, according to Pew. ©istockphoto.com/Melpomenem (courtesy)
Misao Okawa, the oldest person in the world, celebrated her 117th birthday Thursday at her nursing home in Japan, according to The Associated Press. Okawa was born March 5, 1898, in Osaka, Japan. She became the oldest person in the world back in 2013, when she was recognized in the "Guinness Book of World Records."
Wednesday marks the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's second Inaugural address. Daniel Timiraos, ©istockphoto.com/dtimiraos (courtesy)