Memorial Day, aka Decorations Day, began in 1868 by the countless mourners that the Civil War had left behind. Over a million died, three percent of that era’s population. The trauma lasted generations, and with each additional war, the people sought solace as they mourned and remembered on a communal day of remembrance: Memorial Day.
How to Be Creative
-Thursday, May 16, 2019
If you desire to be creative, then stop being “original” like everyone else.
It is a given that when the weather warms the windows demand to be opened. But in the process, you notice how dingy the windows are, spurring the traditional frenzy called Spring Cleaning. But there is one part of this yearly tradition that your grandparents never had to worry too much about, electronics.
The Wyoming Relay offers individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind and/or have a speech disability to place and receive telephone calls with anyone with access to a phone. It is a free public service.
How to Password
-Thursday, May 2, 2019
When you choose to be proactive with managing your passwords, you won't have to rely on luck to remember them.
National Telephone Day cannot be celebrated without mentioning Alexander Graham Bell. His overnight success took him over 30 years to achieve. But the telephone isn't the only thing he invented!
Earth Day is the day we all remember to do a little more than what we have done before.
As a transplant from the Southeastern coast, I had to re-evaluate gardening in the Rocky Mountains. Learn some tricks about green thumbing it in Zones 4 and 5 of the Rockies.
Mobile health (mHealth) has made serious impacts on global health, giving hope to those in the more desperate corners of the world.
Remember, common courtesy isn't something that your grandparents did. Basic common courtesy will help you be a happier more fulfilled individual.