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Autumn Poems: Beauty & Melancholy

Autumn represents a unique mix of beauty and melancholy. Dawn and dusk draw closer together. Neighborhoods are filled with the sound of golden leaves rustling through the street. Sweaters and scarves keep us warm as we sip hot cocoa and pumpkin spiced lattes. Fall storms are harbingers for the cold and dark winter yet to come. The following list of poems evoke fall in all its glory and dread. Continue reading Autumn Poems: Beauty & Melancholy

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What Actually Happens to Your Skin When You Get Sunburned

Not getting burnt is kind of like not drinking too much. Yea, we know you’re not supposed to, but sometimes it happens, like when the temperature first hits 80 after a long winter, or when margaritas are half off. But what actually happens to your body and your skin when you get burnt? Are there more serious implications other than just some tender shoulders and flakey skin? The short answer is yes. Continue reading What Actually Happens to Your Skin When You Get Sunburned

A Household of Three with an Income of $81,000 is No Longer Financially Secure

The report revealed some other startling statistics as well, including that in the past year, 14% of adults have been contacted by a debt collector, 13% missed a payment on a credit card, and 22% were not confident that they could come up with $400 for an unexpected expense. Continue reading A Household of Three with an Income of $81,000 is No Longer Financially Secure