Is it really that hard to keep in touch throughout the course of one year? Sure, you can send a birthday card and a holiday card, but those are only two days of the year. Are you doing your best to keep in touch with your loved ones the other 363 days of a calendar year? Texts messages, Facebook messages and emails aside, there’s nothing quite like touching base with loved ones in a more personal way. Here are a few ways you can maintain a more personal connection with those you love while geography attempts to keep you apart.
Most bloggers draw inspiration from other bloggers – never in a creepy way, but rather an endearing way. Some of the bloggers I mentioned I’ve been following for years, while others are recent favorites. If you’re an avid blog reader, I’d love to know whose blogs you love to read. Without further ado, here are my favorite bloggers.
This post was strategically post-poned because I live in the Midwest. Why does that matter? Well if you also live in the Midwest then you probably received anywhere from 2 – a million inches of snow yesterday. Here in central Illinois, we received somewhere between 5-7 inches. Don’t get me wrong, I love snow. It’s just getting to that time in winter when I begin itching for spring temperatures and tulips. Here are the ways I’ve managed to fight off cabin fever for so long:
On the first day of welcome week in college, you get bombarded with tons of information about the hundreds of “free” resources (“free” because you pay to go to college) your college or university has for students. However, once you graduate it can seem like the glory days of having access to free resources are over. Think again! Here are five commonly overlooked, completely free resources.