New Jersey Door Holding

There are some stereotypes about New Jersey that are absolutely true. For example, we move fast and have a bit of an “edge.” Many out-of-state people think that we’re rude. I’ve lived in New Jersey my entire life and sure we’ve got some rude people amongst us, but most of my fellow New Jerseysians are … Read more

Origami tips: A beginner’s guide to the art of paper folding

Origami is derived from the Japanese words ori and kami, which mean “folding” and “paper,” respectively. Origami is a Japanese art form in which an object is created from a single flat sheet of paper without the use of glue, cuts, or marks. Origami has become an iconic part of Japanese culture over the centuries. … Read more

Gas Approaches 5 Dollars a Gallon in Twin Falls, Idaho

What goes up must come down are some lyrics from a song I remember as a boy. Does it still apply when it comes to gas prices? I saw a price of almost $ 4.60 a gallon when I drove past the Twin Falls Walmart during the wee hours of Wednesday morning. A few blocks … Read more

What to do in Twin Falls and the Magic Valley this Weekend

School is getting out and summer is approaching quickly. The weather seems to be consistently getting warmer, and the events are piling up every weekend. This weekend is packed full of events, and there is no reason to be bored or inside in Twin Falls this weekend, unless you want to be. Here are some … Read more

Knoxville offers much to see, hear and even more to taste | Lifestyle

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – From high atop the Sunsphere, Knoxville’s architectural wonder that was the symbol of the 1982 World’s Fair, I dizzyingly walk around the circular observation deck of the hexagonal tower, taking in the 360-degree view without getting too close to the reflective glass panes that enclose the disco ball-like structure. I don’t like … Read more

Fashion rewind: Beaded accessories get another chance to shine – Lifestyle

JP Staff (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri, May 13, 2022 2022-05-13 14:00 0 e16ff64e7ecc29b417414912230aafb2 1 Lifestyle fashion, DIY, do-it-yourself, 90s, clothes, accessories, beads Free DIY beaded accessories have been seeing a resurgence over the past two years as fashion enthusiasts embrace ’90s nostalgia in a “big” way. Fashion trends have a general tendency to … Read more

Gardens By The Bay has a children’s festival with giant inflatables & carnival games this June, Lifestyle News

Even if you’re not up for traveling with the kids yet, you’ll still be able to take them to see iconic international landmarks this June holidays. At Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival – Around the World with Kiztopia, you’ll be able to find eight giant inflatable installations, each representing a different country. There will … Read more

5 tips to encourage your kids to tidy and organize their rooms, Lifestyle News

Dr Maria Montessori, an Italian educator and physician, described a prepared environment as a specially created space, keeping in mind the developmental needs of a child. She mentions in her book The Secret of Childhood: “The first aim of the prepared environment is, as far as possible to render the growing child independent of the … Read more

‘Re-Launch:’ Post-pandemic economy could create a new independent lifestyle

Editor’s note: Dr. Mike Walden is a Reynolds Distinguished Professor Emeritus at North Carolina State University and is a regular contributor to WRAL TechWire. +++ RALEIGH – Remote work, tele-medicine, distance learning, drone delivery – these are some of the concepts that came to life during the pandemic. If they take hold – as many … Read more