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Behind Closed Doors: What Really Happens Inside Nursing Homes

There will come a time in your life when you can no longer take care of the elderly in your family because of your work or your own family. Don’t feel bad about not having the capacity to care for your elders because it’s normal, especially if you’re still raising your kids during that time.

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Buying a Gun During the Pandemic

Sales of firearms skyrocketed during the pandemic, with more than four million guns sold legally in January this year representing a 60% increase according to USA Today. Illinois had the highest sales at slightly more than a million guns, followed by Kentucky with more than 400,000 guns. Experts predict that gun sales for 2021 can

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A Guide to Developing a Sustainability Action Plan for Your Business

Any business or organization that wants to reduce its carbon footprint and become more socially and environmentally responsible needs to have the right plan first. With a solid sustainability plan, all those actions and ideas can be difficult, or nearly impossible, to implement. It further guarantees that the project will be maintained in accordance with

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Data Storage Solutions: Choosing the Best Digital Storage Solutions for Every Business

Whether you’re running a small or large business, data is one of the most important assets aside from profits. This can be in the form of documents, spreadsheets, presentations, audio files, graphics, and databases. Basically, data serves as the lifeblood of many companies that enable them to run their operations and gather information from customers,

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Driving Anxiety: Building Your Confidence Behind the Wheel

Driving is an essential skill a person can have. But for some people, the thought of getting behind the wheel causes fear and anxiety. Driving on highways, for example, can be nerve-wracking, especially when there are a lot of vehicles on the road. This feeling can be overwhelming, making people refuse to learn how to

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How Nonprofits Responded to Issues Worsened by COVID-19

If there’s one thing that the COVID-19 did, it’s exacerbating existing social and economic issues that are already happening in our communities. But nonprofit organizations didn’t falter. Although they, too, experienced setbacks (especially financially-speaking), they stepped up and made sure that their beneficiaries will be supported through these trying times. They designed programs, applied for

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Campus Life: Money Management for College Students

College is not just a great time to try new things or meet new people. It is also an amazing time to build better habits and manage your finances. Now, these two things are crucial if you’re looking to prepare yourself for financial freedom. By practicing more mindful saving and spending habits, you can readily

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Choosing Wellness: Small Steps to Lead a Healthy Lifestyle

People often talk about health and wellness, and they iterate that everyone must prioritize it no matter what. Unfortunately, despite countless efforts, some people still struggle to improve their lifestyle. Some of them are too busy with daily obligations that they feel like they don’t have time to take care of their own needs. Others

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Ending Child Abuse in Every Household and Community

The child welfare system isn’t perfect, not by a long shot. But it’s proven to be an effective way to give children from neglectful and abusive households a greater chance at having a better life — far better than the ones they were destined to have if they remained where they are. Every 47 seconds,

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