*Eric North thinks he has a genetic disposition to set things right– and regardless of what’s going on in your day to day, no matter how fraught and anxious 2020 may be for you, he wants to help you do something that, once taken to heart, will change your life.
He wants you to give yourself permission to be happy. After years of entrepreneurial success with two thriving Washington DC-based businesses dedicated to life-changing therapies, he’s found new purpose and passion leading people to the next level in their emotional and spiritual lives as “The HappinessWarrior.”
There’s no way around it. Winter is coming and with it comes snow, ice, and cold. It’s important to know what kind of damage winter can do to a home, especially if it’s your first winter in your new home.
If you’ve lived in apartments or other housing, winter might have come with a few extra rules but for homeowners, winter means preparing the house to stay warm and undamaged all season long.
You need to understand the needs of those you work with and your employees. Communication is only one of the many things that help you become a leader. It helps you become a leader in your community at any event.
If you own a home, then you know just how much it matters to make sure that you are always taking care of things around the house.
However, with all the stresses of day to day activities, business engagements, and other concerns, it can be all too easy to allow things on the home front to take a back seat to more pressing matters.
Whether you’re looking at enhancing the value of your home and landscaping through eco-friendly options, improving its look, or adding to the overall feel, there is a lot you can do.
That’s why we have come up with this list of 5 tips to improve the look, feel, and value of both your home and your landscaping. Without further ado, let’s get right into things.
It’s important to look to become much more energy-efficient when it comes to your home, your property, and your lifestyle. Here are some great ways to improve your landscape’s appearance and become more energy efficient:
MUNICH—Drinking alone may not be good for you, but in times of corona—the virus, not the beer—drinking with thousands of revelers in a packed tent at a beer festival wouldn’t be a great idea either.
That’s why Munich’s legendary beer bacchanalia, the Oktoberfest, has been canceled. The annual event, which typically draws more than 6 million visitors each year, was scheduled to take place Sept. 19 to Oct. 4.
After weeks of media coverage about rioters and looters who hijacked protests following George Floyd’s death, Washington D.C. held its breath as Juneteenth marches wound up their springs on Friday.
No one needed to worry. It was festive, not angry. People sold T-shirts. One woman led hundreds down Pennsylvania Avenue while belting Beyoncé’s “Freedom” anthem at the top of her lungs through a bullhorn.