Social entrepreneurs come up with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing problems. They see the places where people are falling through the cracks and systems are not working...then, come up with creative new ways to make a difference.
“Providence,” the TV series, is no longer on the air, but that’s more reason you should plan to see the real thing—a city that has enough attractions to keep any urbanite happy, but with a small-town feel that makes you instantly feel right at home.
Kindle Fire, the tablet from Amazon, has sold millions since November 2011. It has been touted as the poor man’s iPad. It is cheaper ($199 compared to iPad’s cheapest model at $499). But how do it’s features compare?
For a vacation with European flair, without having to spend the time or the money to fly over an ocean to get there, you’d do well to point yourself north and head to the charming Canadian destination of Quebec City.
We humans naturally turn our anger, frustration, annoyance, and irritation into laughter. Eventually. Some of the funniest stories we tell on ourselves were things that got our goat (or llama or alpaca, whichever you choose) when they happened.
Laughter is vital for your survival and sanity. It reduces blood pressure, improves your immune system, increases good cholesterol, helps reduce headaches and other pain, lets us think more clearly, creates stronger emotional bonds, and so much more.
Many smartphones today offer a hotspot feature. A hotspot is a network you can use to go online. So it’s possible that your phone can act as a hotspot, using its cellular connection to get your computer or tablet device online no matter where you are.
Of course retirement is scary. Whether you’ve chosen to retire—or been forced to—you still face a great unknown. The current economy makes it even scarier. At the same time you have an amazing opportunity for an encore life or encore career.
No, not bed and breakfast: Basel and Bern. If you want a shot of history, culture, fine dining, and sophistication, don't limit yourself to the quaint villages and ski resorts—spend some time in the Alpine country’s cities as well.
Hi, my name is Leigh Anne and I am a Holiday-a-holic. I celebrate all the winter holidays to excess. I hum carols in July. I’m here today to admit that I have a problem and to begin a 12-Step program for the holiday-addicted.