50 Attractions in North America That You Have to See

17 Jun
The vast and varied continent that encompasses the USA and Canada has a mind-boggling array of lovely landscapes, encompassing gleamingly gorgeous skylines and wonderfully wild wilderness areas. From some of the world’s most beguiling cities to sprawling national parks with slate-gray mountain ranges and lakes in bold blue to milky turquoise, these are just some of the most beautiful attractions across North America. As always, check restrictions, including state travel advisories, before visiting and only head out when it’s safe to do so. More>>

Home Improvements That Are Not Legal to Do Yourself

10 Jun
Spending so much time at home during the past two years has exposed the pluses and minuses of our properties. The main living space might shine and sparkle, but the bathrooms look old and dreary by comparison. You’ve probably also noticed deficiencies in some of its core systems, such as heating, plumbing, and electrical. Before you strap on your tool belt, read the wise words that home improvement pros and others have to share about the dangers of DIY projects. More>>

10 Perennials to Add Color to Your Garden

3 Jun

Looking for ideas for your garden beds? Having a garden that is always colorful will take time, persistence, patience, and planning. Just like any other garden, a garden that is always in color will need updating and care as time goes on. Here are 10 items to consider when planning an ever-colorful garden. More>>

Memorial Day: History, Traditions, and Reasons to Celebrate

27 May

Memorial Day usually brings to mind the beginning of summer, a three-day-long weekend, cookouts, grilled hotdogs, shop sales, and fun and frolic. But do you know the true meaning and history behind this holiday?

Join us as we talk about Memorial Day 2022: its history, significance, and traditions. More>>

Random Everyday Things You’ll Be Shocked to Learn Have Names

20 May

Sometimes we are either unaware of or ignore the proper name for the objects we use every day. Did you know that the smell of the earth after it rains has a name? Or the little stringy pieces on a banana?

Discover all of the wonderfully random everyday objects you probably never thought had actual names. More>>

Camping and RV Tips to Make Your Next Trip a Breeze

13 May

Planning on hitting the road in an RV or sleeping with only a layer of canvas between you and the stars? Read on for handy hints and tricks that will help your trip go more smoothly so you can make the most of your time in the great outdoors. More>>

20 Mother’s Day Facts to Share with Your Mom

6 May

Let’s face it: Mother’s should be celebrated every day of the year. But thankfully there’s a whole day dedicated to making sure that she feels your love and appreciation. In 2022, you’ll be showering her with love and appreciation on Sunday, May 8th.

Looking for a creative way to show her how much you care? Why not impress her with some fun facts about the history and first celebration of Mother’s Day, like these. More>>

The Tree You’re Drawn to Reveals Your Dominant Personality Traits — And How They Help and Hurt You

29 Apr

Our personalities are made up of many traits. You don’t have to have a degree in psychology to crack that particular nugget, because that’s what a personality test is for. Just look around at the people in your life and you’re sure to be able to identify some of their strongest, dominant personality traits. What is difficult? Recognize your own dominant personality traits. There is a quick and easy way to determine what your dominant personality traits are and all it involves is looking at one picture. And, since today is National Arbor Day what better picture than trees! More>>