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May 13, 2019

Nevada Nuptials: How to Get Married in Vegas

Las Vegas lore is filled with stories about people getting married in Vegas. Falling under the tagline “whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” quickie weddings and secret marriages keep up the public’s curiosity. And for the most part, it’s worth the effort by inquiring minds.

May 07, 2019

Making Mother's Day 2019 More Meaningful

Unless you’re over 100 years old, you’ve celebrated Mom your entire life, considering Mother’s Day 2019 is the 105th official celebration in U.S. history. The holiday dates back to 1908, when Anna Marie Jarvis of West Virginia suggested that Americans create an observance of mothers.

April 29, 2019

Rewarding Our Educators: Teacher Appreciation Week

Every American has been touched by an educator, and Teacher Appreciation Week drives home the influence they’ve had across generations and at every level of learning. Many famous leaders and philosophers have validated the importance of our educators...

April 22, 2019

Looking Both Ways from Earth Day 2019

Like every April for the last 49 years, Earth Day 2019 is a celebration of the birth of the modern environmental movement. It’s come a long way and, doubtless, will continue to evolve as issues affecting our global welfare emerge. 

April 13, 2019

Secrets to Maximizing Your Tax Deduction

April is a happier time if you’ve managed to find new ways of maximizing your tax deduction. It means you can spend time at the watercooler talking about binge-watching episodes or your desert trip rather than the government takeover of your bank account.

Unfortunately, however, it’s not a very happy time for a lot of Americans, thanks to changes in 2018 taxes – and along with the new rules there are the usual problems. It’s easy to get bogged down by anxiety about the results, frustration with bad news, plus the feeling that all the work you put in through the year has gone out the window.

That’s where tax deductions come in.

April 09, 2019

Guide to Filing Taxes for the Year 2018

Even an expert needs a guide to filing taxes. And for those of us who can barely balance a checkbook, there’s an even greater need for guidance.


March 28, 2019

A Clean Break from Old-Fashioned ‘Spring Cleaning’

If you want to start with a clean slate, there’s never been a better time to rethink your spring cleaning routine.

Devotees of today’s tidying up craze are turning to de-cluttering sensation Marie Kondo to help them with motivation. And if you’re using her KonMari method for cleaning, hopefully your own version of tidying up will “spark joy.”

March 24, 2019

Support Women's Charities to Celebrate Women's Month

It sounds simple, but when you support women’s charities you do more than just provide resources. Studies show there are soulful benefits for both parties and xeven boosts to your physical health!

March 16, 2019

International Women’s Day: Cause for Female Celebration

When you see women wearing purple on March 8 every year, it can mean one thing: a celebration of International Women’s Day. March is Women in History Month, so it’s a great time to double down on the opportunity to recognize women in countries everywhere. The main focus behind efforts to create a women’s month
is to highlight the achievements of females worldwide, regardless of their culture, economic level, ethnicity or politics.

March 08, 2019

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

The name Dr. Seuss is synonymous with fun, nonsensical poetry such as “I do not like them, Sam-I-am. I do not like green eggs and ham.”

Everyone is aware of this famous author’s work, and he is celebrated every year in March, the month he was born. Called the “Read with Me” program, one of the most notable aspects is that schools nationwide draw adults from outside academia – parents, teachers, or people in the community – to simply read a Dr. Seuss book inside a classroom.the grave.

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