Tuesday, May 22, 2018

I Wear Blue for You. Autism Awareness Month

I wear blue for Autism awareness and for the many children, adolescents, and adults who have touched my life. April is Autism Awareness Month - Light it Up Blue!

What I learned from the Hunger Games

It has taken pop culture by storm, first with the books and now with the movies.While I had my own personal Hunger Games marathon I noticed a couple of themes I did not see the first time. So here is my list of what I learned from the Hunger Games.

To Be Politically Correct…or Not to Be

Have you ever felt like you cannot open your mouth without offending someone? No matter what the subject, it seems in today's society of "relativism" and "criticism" you cannot be yourself without offending at least one group of people.

Mother Starts a Clothing Line for Children with Autism

Having a special needs family member can be quite a challenge, but they are some of the greatest gifts from God. Thierry found her calling to help her son, and others like him by her experiences. And because of her courage to create change, thousands

A Lifetime of Learning through Reading

Reading is a vital way to learn and grow

9 Things You Need To Know About Ties

This article pinpoints everything on the need to knows about ties.

What To Wear and Do on a First Date

This article gives you a good guide on what to dress like and the right ways to go about your first Date. The how and what to do on your date and 5 things to assists you on maximizing your outfit for the night.

Warning: Envy and Depression can be Self-Imposed through Facebook

Millennials shrug the critiques baby boomers make about increased social media use. This article chronicles a personal epiphany about potential emotional turmoil Facebook can cause in response to a recently published study.

Drugs Make me Want to Scream

A focus on culture becoming desensitized to drugs in general, prescription and recreational. Deaths from these drugs are preventable, and we as society must take a look at how we can contribute to eradicating the disease of drug addiction

Why You Should Read the Classics

The classics are not just books to read in English class. These books have important lessons in their styles and stories for young adults in today's culture.

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