Celebrate Halloween by Donating to the World Wildlife Fund

As a parent/guardian of a younger child, it is important to always initiate everyday life with philanthropic ideals. Holidays are a great time to teach children the importance of helping humans and animals around the world. Christmas and Easter are two of the most popular holidays to implant philanthropic ideals in children however what about […]

MLB Playoffs: The Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs won the National League Central Division to make the 2007 Major League Baseball Playoffs. The Cubs are 85-76 with one game to play. The Cubs will have the worse record of all playoff teams and they won a woeful division. However, the Chicago Cubs had to fight to win this division. The […]

Money, Happiness, and the American Dream

I wake up thinking about money. The only thing that has changed over the last few years is that instead of thinking about ways to spend money to show society what I have I’m forced to concentrate on thinking about how to make money to survive. Prices are not what they used to be; at […]

DIY Fleece Tie Blanket

Winter days can be very uncomfortable for small children (and bigger children too). I always dreaded those days sitting in the car and riding to school or to a sitter’s house. While the winter mornings are still cold and I often heat up the car before the children get into it, I have now found […]

Teens & Sex: Evaluating Sexual Promiscuity in Adolescents

For the purpose of evaluating sexual promiscuity in adolescents I will quote an earlier article that I wrote on teenage sexual activity. I do feel the following explains the natural tendency to lean towards promiscuity even more so in developing teenagers: “Teens are fascinated by sex and for good reason. During the adolescent years, the […]

Custer’s Last Stand: An Overview of the Battle of Little Bighorn

Custer’s Last Stand was a battle that occurred in the Montana Territory on June 25th, 1876. Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer commanding approximately 10 companies of infantry and cavalry faced off against a combined Indian force of roughly 1800 Lakota and Cheyenne braves (Wiki). By most accounts the battle lasted less than 30 minutes from start […]

Three Easy Ways to Save Money on Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking is fast becoming one of the hottest hobbies right now and we all know what happens when the demand is greater than the supply…the price goes up! But it doesn’t have to stay up! There are a lot of really easy ways that you can save major money on your scrapbooking hobby and a […]

Must-See Holiday Lights in the Detroit Metropolitan Area

If you’re like me, you have your hands full trying to balance work, children and home life. While it’s traditional to put up the Christmas tree, you might be overwhelmed if you are thinking of adding decorative lights to your outside landscape. Then there’s the weather: in the Detroit area, we went from balmy summer […]

One Drunk Man’s Encounter with a Mysterious Dark Figure

It’s getting late. I’ve been sitting at the bar for what seems like endless hours, sipping on glasses of warm beer. I leave a tip for the bartender and head for the door. My wife’s going to be pissed, but I’m too drunk to care. I’ve lost my job today and the whole world could […]