Seven secrets to live a beautiful life

Seven secrets to live a beautiful life

By Jessica Robinson Albert Einstein once said that there are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle and the other is as though everything is a miracle. His words highlight that it is our perception of life, which makes

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7 research-based resolutions that will help strengthen your relationship in the year ahead

7 research-based resolutions that will help strengthen your relationship in the year ahead

By Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. The new year is going to be better. It has to be better. Maybe you’re one of the 74% of Americans in one survey who said they planned on hitting the reset button on Jan. 1 and resolving to improve. Those New

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Are Ticket Sales for Events Covered by the ADA?

Are Ticket Sales for Events Covered by the ADA?

By Benjamin Roussey Ticket sales for events are a covered activity under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). When a venue for an event provides tickets for sale to third-party vendors (which includes online ticket vendors), the venue is required to include tickets for accessible seats. The

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How to Stay Connected and Survive the Holidays During the COVID Pandemic

How to Stay Connected and Survive the Holidays During the COVID Pandemic

By JP Kalb As we are approaching the end of December, we normally would be in the frenzy of the holidays of Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s, and Kwanzaa, among the big names. However, with this year being unusual due to the corona virus, the usual frenzy has

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Teacher well-being is equally essential as student well-being.

Teacher well-being is equally essential as student well-being.

By Jessica Robinson Teachers all over the globe battle immense stress from the virtue of their job roles. Also, sometimes they are under constant pressure because of students’ behavior. Furthermore, the pandemic has exposed teachers to far more stress as they need to manage virtual classrooms. Needless

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Accessible Festivals Supports People With Disabilities With Virtual Auction

Accessible Festivals Supports People With Disabilities With Virtual Auction

Beginning on December 10, 2020, Accessible Festivals will be hosting a Virtual Auction event to support their mission of creating more inclusive, accessible communities with music and recreation for all. Accessible Festivals is dedicated to making live music and recreational events fully accessible for people of all

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How to Eat an Elephant

How to Eat an Elephant

By Hopper When people talk about autistics and the foods we eat, the go-to explanation for pickiness is sensory issues. This is a valid point but is only one element of what impacts the dietary preferences of autistic people. Yes, flavors are different for us. They can

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Express gratitude- not because you will benefit from it, but others might

Express gratitude- not because you will benefit from it, but others might

By Jennifer Cheavens, The Ohio State University and David Cregg, The Ohio State University The world is currently in the midst of a pandemic where the most useful thing many of us can do is stay at home and keep away from others. Schools, restaurants, office buildings

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The secrets to cold weather entertaining

The secrets to cold weather entertaining

Upon the arrival of cold weather, people tend to move indoors and limit their time spent in the elements. For those who live in places where there are restrictions placed on indoor entertaining and gatherings, it may be challenging to find ways to spend time safely together

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Removing the Mask in Lockdown

Removing the Mask in Lockdown

By Sarah Bristol Like many people during this terrifying pandemic, I am in lockdown at home, in awe of the bravery and sacrifice of health care professionals caring for their patients in incredibly difficult circumstances. Frontline to Sideline I work in healthcare myself, but am unable to

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