• 6 Ways You Can Give Back This Holiday Season

    The Holidays are always a great time to enjoy by celebrating with friends and family. Although this is a great time of celebration, for many who are less fortunate this can be an extremely difficult time of the year. We need to remember that it is not only a time for celebration, but that it

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  • Why Should We Celebrate Human Rights Day?

    Human Rights Day is celebrated every year on December 10th, but the problem is not many people even know that it is an international day of celebration.  Human Rights Day was established in 1948, as a way to commemorate that we need to continue striving towards making sure that everyone across the globe is granted

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  • 6 Tips for Saving Money During the Holidays

    With the holiday season just around the corner, there are many traditions that we have and look forward to.  As fun as the holiday’s can be they can also be extremely stressful, especially when it comes to thinking about our spending.  We are buying gifts for everyone we know, purchasing foods to bring to parties,

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  • 5 Ways to Endure the Cold of New York City

    We have approached that time of year. Thanksgiving has passed, the holiday lights are coming out, and most importantly, the temperature in New York City is officially dropping. This is certainly a hard reality of living in NYC, but there are ways to bear with it. Here are 5 tips to survive the cold in

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  • 5 Reasons to be Thankful on Thanksgiving

    Most of our lives are very busy. Whether we go to school, work, or both, we can get so caught up in our daily routines that we forget about the things that matter. However, for one day this week, we get to forget about the daily busyness of our lives. We get to take some

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  • What is Veterans Day and Why is it Important?

    This past Sunday was Veterans Day which is a day in the United States honoring our military veterans. Memorial Day honors all military personnel who died in service while Veterans Day honors any military personnel who have served in the U.S. military. Veterans Day originally started as Armistice Day which was a day honoring world

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  • These Midterm Elections Made History!

    On November 6th, 2018, an estimated 113 million people voted in the U.S. midterm elections. This is the first time in history that over 100 million U.S. citizens have voted in a midterm election. 49% of eligible voters voted this election compared to 36.4% in the last midterms.   Much of this voter turnout is

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  • 8 Tips to Keep your Kids Safe on Halloween

    As a kid Halloween is a much anticipated and celebrated holiday. There is the classroom parties, the dressing up with friends and of course the trick-or-treating. For children, all that matters are how much candy you have collected by the end of the night. However, as parents there are other more important matters on Halloween

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