Gift your loved one with one of these unique gifts!
This Earth Day, consider implementing some of these easy changes into your daily routine.
Earth Day is this Thursday, and you can do your part to celebrate by shopping these sustainable brands.
Use the month of April to educate yourself and others on autism spectrum disorder to raise awareness and promote public understanding.
Women’s History Month is a month-long event that highlights the contributions and accomplishments of women throughout history and those who are making changes in the world today.
March is National Craft Month and this beginner’s guide to knitting is perfect to get you into the creative spirit.
Tabletop Board Game Cafe in Cleveland serves delicious eats and unique social experience.
Ever wondered what the difference between a twin flame and a soul mate is? Blogger Morgan Podkul breaks it down for you.
Here’s when you can spot a Full Moon every month during 2021.
Make your partner feel extra special this Valentine’s Day by catering to their specific love language.
Rachel and Zack Bendler buy horses from slaughter sales to rehabilitate them at their Pleasant Hill farm.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for romantic partners! There are so many ways to show your loved ones (and yourself!) that you care for them.
Many celebrities have used their platforms to speak out on social justice issues.
With mask mandates becoming the new normal around the world, the way we communicate has been forced to change.
Remember when Bill Murray lived the same day over and over again? Here’s how to avoid that same feeling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This eight must-do’s will add a bit of spice to your standard bucket list.
VRNT writer Jorja Butt unpacks the addictive nature between society and technology.
The Mind: Letter from the editor
The way Thanksgiving is taught in many schools is incredibly damaging to indigenous tribes and miseducates children.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week occurs one week before Thanksgiving to remind people to reach a helping hand to those in need.
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