It’s about that time of the year again, when fall turns to winter, and the cool, crisp air we’ve grown to love starts to get chillier. Soon the multiple layers you’ve been experimenting with will become a necessity as opposed to optional, and your closet will begin to suffer a deficiency of cute cold-weather outfits.
If you seem to be regularly changing bulbs around your home it could be a clue that there is an underlying electrical problem that is causing frequent burn-outs. Read more
When you get to this part of the country, mentions of New York City begin to dwarf the conversation. Those who know better realize the tri-state area of New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania offer a lot, especially those who know how to budget time. Read more
The many e-cigarette flavors available are essentially a yin and yang, as they are both a source of consternation for vaping critics and a source of pleasure for vapors. Read more
Do you envy those women who always have perfect nails? They look so stylish and put-together – perfect nails enhance your look just like a perfect haircut or glowing skin. If you think you can’t be one of those people with nails everyone envies, think again. Whether you love a natural look or a bold polish, you don’t need to spend endless dollars or time on your nails. Here are some simple tips for getting the nails you want, with minimal effort or expense. Read more
When someone talks about working in criminal justice, they tend to think about a career in law enforcement or law. However, you can get a criminal justice degree at this school that will prepare you for a variety of jobs. Here are four criminal justice careers you’ve probably never considered – but should. And note that some of them let you work in the private sector.
The idea of making a complete move to the United States of America can be an exciting and tempting prospect for many of us. We see so much of the country through its exposure to the rest of the world in the form of TV, film, and the culture in general. Furthermore, the standard of living in the US is at its highest in recent years than it has been in the last decade. However, before actually taking the plunge and packing your bags, there is a great deal to consider about a country so massive, both geographically and culturally. Read more
As everybody knows, nothing kicks off a good day like a good morning. If you can wake up feeling fresh and bright, looking good and with a smile on your face, you’re ready to take on whatever the world throws at you. However, if you work long hours, if you’re raising kids, or if you’re otherwise impacted by daily stresses and strains, sleeping well and waking up refreshed might not be that easy. Here are some things you can do to help. Read more
In the next couple of months, the time will be coming around when the summer ebbs away and winter begins to rear its ugly, frosty head. In between these two extreme seasons is fall, a time of year that is unpredictable, fresh and for many a time of new beginnings. Whether you have got a new job after a long hot summer or are starting a new college course, your wardrobe will need a little updating before you are present yourself to the world again. There are certainly things packed away from last year that can be brought out, and nobody expects you to buy a whole new wardrobe, but keeping on trend can be as simple as buying a few statement pieces and setting them off against your existing items. Bring out what you have if you can’t remember, and identify which items could do with freshening up and which ones are good for another year, have you been wearing the same jacket for the last four years? Invest in a new one this year. Staying up to date doesn’t have to break the bank, if you are clever about what you buy and start collecting things now, you will be ready for anything by the time the seasons change. Read more
Are you ready for more color and less brass? Are you tired of DIY ornaments ripped from Pinterest tutorials? Do your Edison bulbs look like they’re all burned out? If so, it’s time for your home to get out of 2016 and embrace 2017.