Make Delicious Irish Soda Bread Muffins at Home This St.Patrick’s Day

Irish soda bread recipe

With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, it is never too early to start planning for treats you would like to enjoy while celebrating the holiday. One of the most popular foods to enjoy while celebrating St. Patrick's Day is Irish Soda Bread Muffins. If you are planning to try this delicious treat for the first time, here is a guide to making Read More

Getting A Good Night’s Rest May Be the Key to Improved Job Performance

Health and Wellness at Work

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has created new challenges in the workforce. With so much uncertainty, employee morale has fallen significantly in many workplace environments. The current circumstances have caused the health of employees to become a cause of concern. Specifically, there has been increased discussion regarding the connection Read More

5 Effective Fitness Tips for Busy Women

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As a woman, do you find it difficult to make time for exercise every day when you are busy with work, travel, or family? No matter how occupied you might be, it's essential to squeeze workouts into your daily schedule to stay healthy. Fortunately, fitness for busy people lies squarely within your reach. By making a few changes in your lifestyle Read More

Valentine’s Day Recipe: Conversation Heart Bark

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Every February 14, loved ones share flowers, gifts, candy, and Valentine's desserts across the U.S. and around the globe. While love isn't a one-day event or experience, Valentine's Day is a special time of the year when you can uniquely express affection. There are many different things you could offer a loved one, and candy can be one of the most Read More

Essential Tips to Remember During an Annual Insurance Review

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Have you prepared your annual insurance review checklist? You may need it to avoid underinsuring your home. According to an ISO report highlighted by the Insurance Information Institute (III), about 6% of insured homes in the U.S. have a claim each year for property damage. However, some of these homeowners are underinsured, which means they're Read More

7 Self-Care Tips to Protect Yourself During COVID-19

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The coronavirus pandemic brought the most challenging financial, social, physical, and psychological pressures in recent decades. As a result, many people have lost their livelihoods, families, and dear ones. This coronavirus tragedy and the subsequent pain will eventually subside. However, in the meantime, it's essential to take care of Read More

Learn How You Can Handle Stress During the Holidays

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So far, the U.S. has recorded more than 9.5 million COVID-19 cases, with more than 230,000 fatalities, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Even worse, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation  (IHME) has predicted a possible increase in new COVID-19 infections and deaths this winter, thanks to the cold weather Read More

5 Tips to Effectively Protect Your Holiday Gifts This Season

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A typical American spends more than $800 on gifts every winter holiday on around 15 holiday gifts, as reported by Statista. The bad news is that crimes such as theft, robbery, and scams also tend to increase during the holiday season, as reported by the U.S Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). One of the main reasons behind such crimes is most Read More

Thanksgiving Holiday Safety Tips for Homeowners

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Thanksgiving is one of the happiest holidays in the U.S., characterized by socializing, gratitude, cooking, eating, and usually excessive drinking. However, it is also synonymous with injuries and death, with fire being one of the main culprits. Injury and death rates tend to spike around Thanksgiving and remain high for the rest of the year. The Read More

4 Tips to Design a Productive Home Office

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One of the strategies many states across the U.S. are using to curb the spread of the coronavirus is imposing movement restrictions. Consequently, the number of remote workers has grown 44% compared to the same period last year (2019), with the majority of these workers working from home, as reported by Statista. This is not necessarily bad Read More