The human instinct is to trust and believe. That’s a beautiful thing. In order to immerse ourselves in the sustainable, ethically-sourced, bioavailable world rising up
Shifting commerce from in-person, cash closings to blockchain-enabled online exchanges sounds like it ought to clear up the highways and save the trees… But the
Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as single-payer pet healthcare.
And since they don’t have jobs, it’s up to you to decide when their ailments are serious enough to require vet visits…
Or when there may be a topical fix at home.
The average price of a vet visit for a dog can range between $50 and $400.
Staying informed as a pet owner is the best thing you can do to save yourself some money.
We’re less than a month away from one of the most contentious elections in living memory. Because of modern functions like social media and instantaneous
“This does not spark joy” – the anthem of 2018 should sound familiar. With the sweeping trends of Scandivanian hygge (cozy and tactilely pleasing aesthetic) and minimalism (austere and bare, but carefully chosen possessions) pressing forward into our consciousness, it was easy to get swept up.
Plenty of people went on donation binges. Organized their garages. Held yard sales to disperse years and years of capitalist accumulation, sold on the idea that without their material baggage, their internal selves would be liberated and free.
80% of all adults in the U.S. experience, or report, lower back pain.
Compare that to 12% of the population who has sought the services of a chiropractor, or a doctor specializing in musculoskeletal health. That’s quite a disconnect.
Your body is your armor, your vessel, your best weapon, your biggest asset, and your ticket to step into the world. If it’s functioning at a lower setting than it was designed to, if it’s stiff and in pain, if its joints are tight and its muscles sore…
The life you’re living is limited.