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How a Working-Class Couple Amassed a Priceless Art Collection – Mag

Herb Vogel never earned more than $23,000 a year. Born and raised in Harlem, Vogel worked for the post office in Manhattan. He spent nearly 50 years living in a 450-square-foot one-bedroom apartment with his wife, Dorothy, a reference librarian at the Brooklyn Public Library. They lived frugally. They didn’t travel. They ate TV dinners. … Continue reading How a Working-Class Couple Amassed a Priceless Art Collection – Mag

30+ Fun Photos Of My Family That I Took To Fight Boredom – ​Kate Weiland

My name is Kate Weiland. I’m a happy mother of three kids and the creator behind the delicious (and totally ridiculous) photography food series Our family bites (#ourfamilybites). I’ve always been a massive supporter of the fine arts and having taught Drama and Dance for many years, I was eager to get into the photography … Continue reading 30+ Fun Photos Of My Family That I Took To Fight Boredom – ​Kate Weiland

10 “Harmless Things” You Say That Hurt Me: Mental Health Awareness — Uncustomary Housewife

I’m letting my heart spill out through my keyboard… metaphorically, of course, and I’m offering it all to you. Today, I’m going to talk about my mental health. This is something that I’ve worked to conceal for a long time, mostly because of the negative stigma attached to mental illness. I’m sharing for two main […] … Continue reading 10 “Harmless Things” You Say That Hurt Me: Mental Health Awareness — Uncustomary Housewife

Peace… Is This What It’s Like — Parenting, patience, relationships and resilience!

It’s been a while since I can say I felt peaceful or even calm. Years in fact! So what does the word ‘Peace’ actually mean. Well this is what I found. I particularly liked the second one as it feels like life has been like fighting a war! “freedom from disturbance; tranquillity” “a state or […] … Continue reading Peace… Is This What It’s Like — Parenting, patience, relationships and resilience!

The Biggest Lever to Manufacture Your Quality of Life and Financial Peace — Choose Your Chaos

The path to being free and fulfilled is, for better or worse, tied to our finances. We work to cultivate better lives for ourselves and our families with the goal of one day being at peace with what we’ve built and enjoying the spoils of our labor (if we so choose). The financial levers at … Continue reading The Biggest Lever to Manufacture Your Quality of Life and Financial Peace — Choose Your Chaos

My Trauma is Not Your Thought Experiment: On Oppressive Empathy — At The Intersection

When it comes to anti-oppression work, I have a problem with empathy. Or rather, I have problem with the ways in which people with privilege and power enact so-called empathy. The ways in which it always seems to demand a centering of their thoughts, feelings, emotions, and experiences in a narrative that otherwise should be … Continue reading My Trauma is Not Your Thought Experiment: On Oppressive Empathy — At The Intersection

Six Wives No Henry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover

Writer and historian Ann Foster takes us on in-depth Tudor time travels, picking apart convoluted family trees and 16th-century political intrigue with ease and wit. via #SixWivesNoHenry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover Your kindly Donations would be so effective in order to fulfill our future research and endeavors - Thank you … Continue reading Six Wives No Henry: Ann Foster Is Here to Make History Fun — Discover

Five Financial Stages in Everyone’s Life — Roxburgh Securities

by Don Ezra We go through stages in our lives. Sometimes it’s useful to look at how our psychology changes as we move from one stage to another. This article describes five financial stages, looking at minimum, successful and exceptional standards. I don’t have numerical benchmarks for you. Individual circumstances vary too much for standardised … Continue reading Five Financial Stages in Everyone’s Life — Roxburgh Securities

Psychology Plus Family = A Thing – Savannah Esposito

The Importance of Psychology in Family Life Part 1 Monkey See Monkey Do Children repeat what they see. That is called Modeling Behavior in the psychology field. This is why I have stated that knowing your past and your childhood is essential for evaluating yourself and your own patterns. Often times when a child is … Continue reading Psychology Plus Family = A Thing – Savannah Esposito

How Technology Can Help Not Hurt Family Connections – Julia Freeland Fisher

Between headlines about children’s ballooning screen time to growing concerns about the costs of distracted parenting, it’s easy to scapegoat technology for troubling family dynamics. The warm glow of a touch screen threatens to pull children and adults alike from investing in caring and face-to-face connections. In 2018, good parenting and technology don’t seem to … Continue reading How Technology Can Help Not Hurt Family Connections – Julia Freeland Fisher

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