Growing Popularity of Zombies

Your home is adorned with posters, images, and memorabilia from Night of the Living Dead, and your DVR is chock full of already-watched episodes of The Walking Dead. You’re either a brain-eating zombie or a prime example of the world’s growing preoccupation with zombie culture. And you’re not alone – zombies are popping up everywhere, from the silver screen to the TV screen and even in video … [Read more...]

PC Gaming Rigs of Yesteryear

Both of my daughters and my husband enjoy gaming. Modern gaming, on their Xbox® and Playstation® consoles. While I am much more retro - I'll take the classics like Atari over those any-day. Believe me, I hear about it too. Even our granddaughter loves Xbox®. No matter which decade you land on, if you are or have beena gamer, you'll enjoy this Retro Battlestations infographic... Source: … [Read more...]

The cost of college tuition

In the 1940s only 25% of adults had college degrees. Today it has become all but essential to get a four year degree if you want a fair attempt and finding a good job, but not even a degree guarantees you a career. We’ve all heard that college graduates are entering a meager job market, but now they are also graduating with large amounts of student loan debt to pay for as well. Not only has the … [Read more...]

The Beauty in Birthstones

I've always enjoyed that my birthstone is diamond. Not only is it beautiful, but I love that it signifies "everlasting love", and once signified courage and inner strength. That is just perfect for me! How about yours, does your birthstone represent who you are? Presented by Chan Luu … [Read more...]

If You Can’t Beat The System, Change It. A “Wont Back Down” Infographic

Oscar® Nominees Maggie Gyllenhaal* and Viola Davis** lead a stellar cast in this empowering drama inspired by actual events. Hard-working single mom Jamie Fitzpatrick (Gyllenhaal) is concerned that John Adams Elementary is letting her daughter down. Teaming with a caring teacher (Davis) who wants the best future for her own son, she sets out to improve attitudes and elevate the school’s academic … [Read more...]