28 Jul 2017

Adopting a ‘Problem Child’: A Journey of Patience and Love

Adoption can be a huge life event for children and parents both. Often, children entering into adoptive relationships from broken homes or the foster care system have behavioral issues, and these may range from mild to severe. They may resolve quickly once the adopted child is placed in a stable, loving environment, or the child…

'The Spouse House' Season 1 cast photo
22 Jul 2017

‘Spouse House’ Ep. 2: Love-Triangles and Wild-Cards

Life in the Spouse House is heating up, with the second episode airing last Sunday on TLC.  Chock-full of wild-cards, love triangles, squares, rhombuses and just about every other geometric configuration, it’s dizzying in scope and endless possibility.  Picking up where the first episode left off, the climactic Engagement Ceremony revealed that no proposals were…

04 Jul 2017

Kindness Is Badass Flags!

Ohhh snap! We’ve got flags! How cool are flags, right?! Well we’ve got four different ones – so pick your poison and let your freak (or kindness) flag fly! What to do with your flag? Put it on a pull and stick outside your house, take it to festivals so people know you’re awesome, hang…

26 Dec 2015

MiFlight: Avoid Airport Aggravation!

How long is the airport security line? Every flyer wants to know. The answer is here. And we're all part of the solution.




26 May 2017

Kid with Heart Defect Blasts Off ‘Into Outer Space’ Thanks to Make-A-Wish

Thanks to Make-A-Wish and some sweet virtual reality, a 7-year-old in Georgia just got the opportunity to live out his dream. And it was out of this world! Zayden Wright was born with congenital heart disease, and in his short life he’s already has had four open-heart surgeries and 38 heart catheterizations. Throughout it all,…

23 May 2017

Love to Help Others? Put Your Passion to a Purpose and Become a Nurse

For those who love to heal and help others, nursing is a promising career choice. Nurses are currently the biggest group of healthcare professionals in the U.S, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Their website states that there are more than 2.7 million registered nurses currently employed in the United States healthcare system.…

08 Mar 2017

About International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day! An event held around the world to commemorate the history of women’s rights. FACTS ABOUT THE DAY: Originally called International Working Women’s Day. First celebrated on February 28, 1909 in NYC in remembrance of the 1908 strike of the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union when 15,000 workers marched through the city’s lower east…

06 Mar 2017

Seal Can’t Stop Hugging Toy Version Of Itself

Cuteness alert. A seal at Mombetsu Land, an attraction in Japan’s Hokkaido district, was gifted a special present from zoo staff. A stuffed animal that looks like a total ‘mini-me’ version of itself. It was love at first site and the seal couldn’t stop hugging it, having it ride on his back, and squeezing it close…