Today is National Grammar Day. Grammar in verbal and written form not only provides language rules but only a way to understand each other and learn new languages.
Coping with COVID: Refreshing Your Home
Hello, lovely readers! It’s my pleasure to feature this guest post from Real Life Home. We’ve been living with the effects of COVID for more than 18 months now, and in many parts of the world, lockdowns, stay-at-home orders, and work-from-home advice remain the norm. If you’re spending a lot of time at home, it’s natural to want…
The Right Way to Quit Your Job
I’m pleased to post this guest article from Ideaspired.com, a place where I get inspiration to live the kind of life I want. Today’s post has practical guidance on quitting your job and starting your own business. If this idea inspires you, read on! There’s a lot to love about a 9-to-5 job: a predictable…
Photo Friday: World Password Day
May 6 was World Password Day (the first Thursday of May). Password security should be an everyday concern. Practice these tips to keep your devices and data secure: Review old passwords and strengthen them with numerals and special characters (@#&*). Use longer passwords–more than 10 characters. Store passwords in other places besides your phone or…
What Makes You Happy
“It’s a helluva start, being able to recognize what makes you happy.” Lucille Ball Just popping in with this beautiful photo of Lucy. Her quote resonates with me as well. Have a happy Sunday.