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Virtual Mardi Gras Events That’ll Bring the Party to Your House

Mardi Gras falls on Tuesday, February 16th this year. Normally it’s a celebration with extravagant parade floats, layers of purple, green, and gold beads, or delicious food and cocktails before the Lenten season. Also called Fat Tuesday, or Pancake Tuesday,

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Group That Delivers Valentine’s Day Gifts To Senior Citizens Gets Big Surprise – GNSOTD Tue, Feb. 9th 2021

There is one group of people who tend to get overlooked during most holidays, senior citizens who have little or no family left, and those whose family cannot visit them at this time because they care enough to want them

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15 Ways to Keep Kids Active Indoors

Being Locked Down is absolutely no fun, and while schools may be trying to keep gym class going with distanced learning, the kids are not getting the same amount of exercise as they are used to when at school. Of

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Study Says Workers Want To Keep Working From Home After Pandemic

A new study says that over 50 percent of Americans want to continue working from home after the pandemic ends. In the study released by the Pew Research Center on Wednesday, researchers surveyed the experiences of 5,858 U.S. adults who

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Kids Interrupting Zoom Meetings Common Survey Says

If you’ve been working from home you have no doubt had a couple of interruptions to your days work. If you are a parent of young children working at home then there might have been more than a couple. A

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Feed Cats Once A Day Research Says

Typical advice when it comes to caring for indoor housecats is to feed them smaller meals throughout the day. But according to a recent study that’s not the healthiest for them. Kate Shoveller, a professor at the University of Guelph’s

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Electrician Rallies Town To Rebuild 72-Year-Old’s Home – GNSOTD Tue, Sept. 29th 2020

In Woburn, Massachusetts, John Kinney, an electrician, was fixing a damaged light fixture in Gloria Scott’s residence when he noticed that her home was very dilapidated. There was extensive plumbing damage, there were holes in the ceiling, raccoons were getting

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Communities Supporting Each Other With Desks For Students – GNSOTD Wed, Sept. 23rd

Parents across North America, trying to give their children the best chance with at home learning, are finding the same trouble; a shortage of desks. Across the U.S. people are finding solutions. In Columbus Ohio the non-profit Impact Community Action

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List Of Things Home Buyers Forget To Check Most Often

There is plenty of advice to be found when it comes to buying a new home. But also a million things to check off your list before you say yes to such a huge commitment. Even with all the best

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Set Up Kids For Success At Home

The decision is looming as school boards try to finalize their return to school plans and parents try to figure out if keeping their kids home or sending them to school is a better choice. The reality is that school

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