Traveling Has Changed – Here’s How
By Molly Barnes, Digital Nomad Life
Travel isn’t what it used to be, and it’s also not what it will be down the road, either. The best way to put it is that we’re in a state of transition this year, between B.C. (before COVID) and A.D. (after the disease).
A Death Sentence – BUT God
At 8:42 the morning of October 26, 2020, I received a message from a friend letting me know that a mutual friend of ours had been in a terrible car accident on her way to work. Update after update left very little hope that I would ever speak to my friend, Cheryl, here on Earth. Her injuries were a death sentence…. BUT GOD. This is a very long post but one that I think you will find worth reading. Cheryl, herself shares her account from the morning of the accident until just a few days ago. Yes, that “death sentence” was only how the doctors saw it… not how God planned it. Here is how GOD planned for it to all unfold.
A Parent’s Guide to College Planning
Your little one is becoming not-so-little, and it’s time to start thinking about preparing them for college. As the process begins early on, you may find that you, as the parent, lead most of the discussion in encouraging your child to start thinking about higher education. As they get older and it gets closer, your child may start taking over the decisions and prep work.
What Are the Different Senior Housing Options?
Did you know that around 1.5 million older adults live in nursing homes or in assisted living facilities? If your parent or close relative is reaching an age where they need a little bit of help and you are looking into senior housing options, you are in the right place. We have put together this short guide sharing the differences between your options.