What we’ve learned from working at home

The recent transition to widespread working from home has shown that the experience has been both educational and eye-opening for many. Working at home means learning to cope with distractions, space constraints, managing time with family and learning new skills. And, according to new consumer research, it has also meant reassessing what is most important.Continue reading “What we’ve learned from working at home”

Now’s the Time to Teach At-Home Nutrition

(Family Features) With a lot of parents facing the challenge of keeping housebound kids happy and healthy, this is the perfect time to teach kids the basics of nutrition and eating right. Consider these simple suggestions from Melanie Marcus, MA, RD, health and nutrition communications manager for Dole Food Company. Healthy Snack Time Taste TestsContinue reading “Now’s the Time to Teach At-Home Nutrition”

Sound financial tips during COVID-19 uncertainty

(BPT) – The current COVID-19 financial landscape is unpredictable, causing anxiety for people of all ages. With layoffs, unexpected medical expenses, and an ever-changing and uncertain economy, it’s easy to worry. “Now more than ever is the time to take an active approach with your finances to position yourself for success,” says Danielle Seurkamp, CFP.Continue reading “Sound financial tips during COVID-19 uncertainty”

Your Kids Carry Seeds Of Greatness; Do Not Give Up On Them by Daniel Dela Dunoo

In my relatively short life, I have observed a couple of young men and women who were once my school mates; many struggled through school. Some were downright academically poor where as others made consistently poor grades because they were simply not serious with their academics; they seemed a hopeless bunch. A couple of yearsContinue reading “Your Kids Carry Seeds Of Greatness; Do Not Give Up On Them by Daniel Dela Dunoo”

Dysfunctional Families: How to Take Care of Your Children in the Midst of Dysfunction

If you are in a dysfunctional marriage and have children, you have a dysfunctional family. Few things cause as much pain, anguish, anger, guilt, fear, anxiety, and frustration as seeing your children hurting. You want good things for your children. “Which of you, if his son asks for bread, will give him a stone? OrContinue reading “Dysfunctional Families: How to Take Care of Your Children in the Midst of Dysfunction”

AG Nessel Warns of Websites Selling Coronavirus-related Products That Never Arrive

  LANSING – Attorney General Dana Nessel issued an urgent consumer alert today to notify Michiganders of another online retailer that is taking advantage of consumers looking to buy products like hand sanitizer and face masks during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis.  Nessel’s office recently received a complaint from a concerned Michigan consumer about a website called OkHomeOnline selling face masks, alcohol-based cleaning wipes, hand sanitizer, toilet paper and other products in high demandContinue reading “AG Nessel Warns of Websites Selling Coronavirus-related Products That Never Arrive”

The Main Reason People Don’t Reach Their Goals

Perhaps, many of us don’t reach personal or business goals because we are double-minded. As the Apostle James noted in an often quoted scripture. ” A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.” (James 1:8) According to Thayer’s & Strong’s Greek Dictionaries, double-minded means, vacillating in opinion or purpose, divided in interest, wavering, uncertain,Continue reading “The Main Reason People Don’t Reach Their Goals”

Getting Help for Troubled Teens: When and Where to Go

When your teenager starts to get out of hand you have to ask yourself some hard questions. The first step is to honestly evaluate how you think you’re doing when communicating with your teen. Do you feel you are sharing valuable information and time? Or do you feel there is a communication gap and he’sContinue reading “Getting Help for Troubled Teens: When and Where to Go”