Divorce Can Hurt, Especially Children

Divorce Can Hurt, Especially Children

The stress of divorce is expected between the divorcing parties, and it can often be a topic of conversation that lasts for hours. However, when someone asks how the children are doing, the parent often says they are working through it, and the conversation moves on. Moving past the shock, the sadness, and the sense… Read more »

5 Boating Accessories For A Great Trip

5 Boating Accessories For A Great Trip

When boating, you are responsible for your own safety. It all depends on how you prepare for your trip. Apart from basic safety equipment, you better not leave the dock without the following accessories. These things can make or break your boating trip. 1. First Aid Kit You might be surprised to learn, but most… Read more »

Tackling The It’s vs Its Conundrum

Tackling The ‘It’s’ vs ‘Its’ Conundrum

Many students get like words confused with each other. After all, they sound the same and are basically written the same. Unfortunately, its is possessive and it’s is a contraction for it is or it has. The two words mean completely different things. Understanding this basic tenet of grammar can help your students write better… Read more »

From Farm To Market

From Farm To Market

Every fall in the Midwest, the fields are full of grain, soybeans and seed corn for harvest. These products are used to feed livestock and are found in the ingredients of your food. The path they take from the farm is a simple yet important one. From the farmer to the truck drivers with grain… Read more »

The Paradox Of Healthcare Costs

The Paradox Of Healthcare Costs

It’s no good pretending that there’s nothing wrong with healthcare costs. Anyone who’s had to actually try and decipher a medical bill will understand the frustration and stress that comes with paying for good health. The first step to solving any problem, not just on a national level, but on an individual level, is to… Read more »