By Jill Vejnoska If you’re a parent, the start of another school year brings only one prospect more frightening than having to rouse your kids out of bed before noon:Getting everything on their school supply lists. Some schools’ lists are jawdroppingly long and precise. You might have to hit several different places just to find the right composition book -- the one with 100 pages, not 80, and it may or may not have to be wide-ruled.The other option -- buying online, including prepacked boxes of supplies from specialized web sites -- can be a more surefire way of finding everything on your list. But you could wind up paying more, or having to wait awhile for delivery.So what’s a dedicated glue stick gumshoe to do? With a couple of metro Atlanta school systems starting as early as July 30 (sorry, Henry and Rockdale county kids) and the remainder rolling out through Aug. 8, we set out to compare and contrast the different buying options. Recommended … [Read more...] about Back-to-school shopping 2018: Online, in-store or pre-packed boxes? What’s the best, cheapest way to get everything on your list?
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It’s amazing how much we take for granted. We assume that all the food in the supermarkets and natural food stores are safe to eat. What we don’t realize is the reality of the sinister plot to reduce the population. That was covered in part in a previous article that I wrote entitled “The Ultimate Conspiracy”. But, for now, how does food fit in to that ultimate conspiracy? If you had to choose the perfect weapon that would immobilize, control and destroy the people, what would that be? Would you believe FOOD? If you look at the effects of the most recognized and advertised foods today, what do you see? For one, you see an obesity epidemic that starts with small children. You also see an alarming rate of degenerative diseases plaguing people in their 40’s and 50’s. You see millions of people hooked on expensive prescription and over-the-counter medications. You see the “disease care” business booming. And, you always see advertising … [Read more...] about What better way to keep you sick then by convincing you to eat “crapola”.
I owe Richmond an apology. Countless times, I've zipped past the exits for this capital city, a place not quite far enough from Washington, D.C., for a pit stop on a road trip, and not quite close enough for a meal. Last month, I ran out of excuses. I pulled off Interstate 95 and entered Richmond, Virginia, for the first time.Only 100 miles south of the District, this former Confederate capital felt, at times, decidedly Southern, with grayback statues lining a celebrated avenue and shopkeepers offering customers an unhurried welcome. But other times, I felt like Richmond was plucked out of the Rockies, with its steep hills, dozens of breweries and outdoorsy residents. The Richmonders I know and met enjoy "RVA" for its arts, food scene and - above all - its river. The James River Park System is unequaled, and not only for the Class III and IV white-water rapids within the city limits. The riverfront and islands are the city's centerpiece, home to an annual folk festival that attracts … [Read more...] about If you go to Richmond, don’t miss these wonders
WASHINGTON — As women control more of our nation’s wealth, they also are taking the reins on trust accounts established for their benefit. For many women, this may be the first time they have primary or sole control over a substantial amount of money. While having more wealth at your disposal provides an increased sense of security, it’s also natural to have some fears around making a poor decision with this new source of wealth. We write about common money fears in our article: “How to overcome your money fears and move forward.” If you are taking control of a trust for your own benefit, one source of fear may simply be fear of the unknown. Asking a few simple questions may provide the information you need to step into a more confident mindset. What are the rules of this trust? There are a number of different types of trusts, each with its own set of legal characteristics. There also can be a wide range of complexity introduced by the nature of … [Read more...] about 7 questions to ask when taking control of a trust
(Natural News) Medical preparedness is not usually a term associated with prepping. But if you really think about it, this knowledge should be an essential part of your survival education. You can purchase all the best first aid kits in the world, but if you have no idea what to do with them, how exactly were you planning on surviving? During SHTF situations, you need to have both the gear and the knowledge to survive. We’ve listed five ways you can better prepare for any scenario on a medical level. (h/t to EdThatMatter.com.)Read up on medical preparedness –– Start now. The nature of emergency situations is that they’re…well, unpredictable. Things can go down tomorrow. None of us can really tell when bad things will happen. The important thing is that you’re mentally prepared when SHTF. Read on medical preparedness and first aid. (Have you checked out our site completely dedicated to this? It’s Preparedness.news and it’s … [Read more...] about Medical prepping: 5 ways to protect your health when SHTF