Feel like you have become lazy? Feel like you could have read books more often or learned a craft, but just weren't able to? That is completely fine! After all, you are trying to live through the melancholic tone this pandemic has set across the globe. Well, here is some good news. Schools are finally… Continue reading Preparing Your Kids for Back to School
The United States of America comes together on the first Monday of September each year to celebrate Labor Day, also known as International Worker's Day. This is an important holiday for many. Countries take a day off to acknowledge the sacrifices and achievements of their workers who contributed to the economic health, the prosperity of… Continue reading What is Labor Day and Why Do We Celebrate It?
Paul Revere was born in the North End of Boston on December 21, 1734, and was an 18th-century silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, and Patriot in the American Revolution. He is best known for his midnight ride that alerted the colonial militia in April 1775 of the British forces' approach before the battles of Lexington and… Continue reading History of Paul Revere
We have suddenly found ourselves in a very different world, facing circumstances which no one could ever imagine. As we reel from the shock of these unexpected events, we need to protect ourselves from the Coronavirus and financial damages. The pandemic could last for months, with no certainty about the arrival of its vaccine. As… Continue reading The Increase Of Scams During Coronavirus And How To Not Be A Victim
The changing atmospheric climate presents opportunities as well as challenges for American forest resources and agricultural production. These dangers have noteworthy ramifications for ranchers, forest landowners, farmers, and also the rest of us Americans. The impacts of shifting climate on seasons are being seen throughout the nation, and they differ from one area to another.… Continue reading Is Climate Change Affecting the Seasons?