Ever since early 2020, many of us have been working remotely. We’ve seen lots of shifts in our culture lately, and the rise of remote working is a big one. Some people have loved working outside of an office while others really don’t care for it as much. But the rise of working from our home offices (or tiny closets and corners) brings up some interesting situations.
There’s no doubt about it: the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world in a multitude of ways. We probably haven’t even seen the extent of those changes just yet. And while we may be a bit fatigued by pandemic trends, it’s so important to be aware of how the world is changing and shifting in various aspects.
Renting a home rather than staying in a hotel has some distinct advantages. However, it can be time-consuming to find the perfect rental, especially if you’re traveling with a group.
Traveling is such a beautiful privilege to enjoy. Finding new and exciting places to explore really broadens one’s horizons. Not to mention that traveling is just plain fun! There’s nothing quite like savoring a glass of beautiful Cabernet Sauvignon or discovering a new favorite dish while vacationing.
Tourism is booming lately, even with some pandemic-related uncertainties still hanging around. Just head to any national park in the country and you’re bound to notice quite a few more people milling around.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. In honor of this awareness and prevention effort, this article will explore a few ways to help us all take better care of our mental health. And, if you have a friend who is struggling, feel free to share these resources with them as well.
Pets are like family. They bring so much joy and entertainment to our lives, especially in recent months as we all spent more time at home. Some of our pets loved that extra quality time while others may not have appreciated it quite so much. Either way, people who live with pets generally love them.
With an increasing number of people having chosen to stay at home over the last 18 months, makeup and fashion may have fallen by the wayside. After all, Zoom calls generally give you the option to shut off your camera, making it completely unnecessary to spend time putting on makeup or styling your hair.
There’s nothing quite like that end of summer feeling when the evenings cool down and you can smell fall in the gentle breeze. The end of summer ushers in a bit of sadness because the carefree days of the season are coming to a close. But the promise of fall helps alleviate that melancholy.
Wellness can mean all sorts of things, from overall health to mental health to spiritual health to physical health and everything in between. It can often mean a more holistic focus on all of the above components, since they’re all connected in one way or another.