7 Gardening Tips for Small Spaces

Do you love gardening but feel limited by your space?  77 percent of households are currently interested in gardening due to its therapeutic benefits. And the good news is, even […] Read more »

What’s Cookin’ – 10 Minute or Less Meals

Cooking at home is an excellent way to eat healthier and can also save you a lot of money! The drawback is the time it takes. Isn’t it easier to […] Read more »

New York Continues to Push Support for Small Businesses

It may seem absurd to think of establishing a business these days. After all, the pandemic has just recently placed over 40% of small businesses in major US cities in […] Read more »

5 Tips for a Great Bedtime Routine

A good night’s sleep is important for both your physical and mental health, it is also associated with many benefits like better mood throughout the day, healthier heart, better immunity, […] Read more »

Surprising Lessons From Week 2 of the NFL Season

The second week of this year’s NFL season was full of surprises; the Chargers rule the roost, the Atlantic Falcons are addicted to drama, and the Ravens never seem to […] Read more »

Ebay, Airbnb, Uber…One Day University? 

Relaunch thrives connecting professors with lifelong learners  Just a few months ago, One Day University was filling auditoriums around the country with people who love to learn. When the pandemic […] Read more »

Seamless.AI Helps Small Businesses Hit Hard by COVID-19    

While the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted us all in innumerable ways, small businesses have been especially affected. According to this McKinsey & Company study, it estimates that 30 million small […] Read more »

River Towns’ Property Market Continues to Improve

New York’s property market is continuing to strengthen as the state begins to reopen after recent restrictions. There was a 17% increase in new listings from 20,210 units in July last […] Read more »

When Medicine Fails: Addressing Medical Malpractice and Negligence and the Way Forward

In recent years, car accidents and injuries were seen to be causing lots of deaths throughout the years, but now medical errors are the third leading cause of death for […] Read more »

In the Thriving World of Edutainment, Four Leaders Emerge 

Since the pandemic took over everyone’s lives, online “edutainment” (education + entertainment) has filled the need for many looking to try something new, be inspired, or just learn for the […] Read more »