Sarah Highland is a former reference librarian who has years of experience helping readers and researchers find the most accurate and reliable information and online articles. She has used that expertise to write professional development books and seminars for librarians, a wide variety of blog content, magazine journalism, and even a book on the pleasures of becoming addicted to British television! She's interested in everything--but mainly in reading (and writing) about it, and looks forward to producing content on family relationships, aging, parenting, psychology, health issues, pet ownership, trends, and pop culture.
Helping elderly relatives or friends age safely in their homes is an important part of caregiving. In this article you will learn how to make a safety checklist and how to prioritize home adaptations and repairs. | Read More →
Being happier with your home and neighborhood can increase your feelings of well-being and resiliency. In this article, readers will learn how to re-evaluate their current living situation, learn more about their surroundings, and enact home improvements and community involvement to feel more at home in the area where they live. | Read More →
Feeling a "fear of missing out" (FOMO) is common in our hyperconnected culture of excess. You can conquer this feeling, which is making many people unhappy. The key is to accept that fear of missing out is a common human feeling, to know that you can affect your own experience with this feeling, and to recognize that you need time away from your social media accounts. | Read More →
Introverts often fear public speaking, which can have negative effects on their career paths. Learn how to become a more effective speaker by focusing on your audience, planning and practicing your speech, and welcoming your audience before your presentation. | Read More →
Winter weather can be unpredictable and it is necessary to prepare your car and yourself for driving in it! This article provides five tips to get your car ready for winter, including maintenance suggestions, paperwork and phone numbers to have ready, and the basic components of an emergency kit. | Read More →
Pillboxes are one of the most important tools used by many people to maintain their health. Caregivers can help their relatives or friends stay independent by helping them choose the best possible pillbox for their needs. Three aspects of pillboxes to consider are their number of compartments, their ease of use, and whether they need to be programmable or locked. | Read More →
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