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Jul 14 2018 - 9:34pm

This is a great subject to help us learn more about our own bodies and how they function (or fail to function at times). I have worked around kids and the elderly and have personally seen the long-term effect that lack of sleep can do to someone. Along with that I have an Aunt who is very sickly due to severe sleep deprivation. When I saw the video below it simply hit home.

This is why I want to share what I’ve learned through the years.

I myself have struggled with lack of sleep, as I think most of us do. While I think it’s completely normal for our bodies to keep us from sleeping sometimes I know the negative effects it can have in the long term. I have taken steps to defeat not sleeping and I know for a fact that it is possible.

Jan 22 2017 - 4:27pm

In early January, Louisiana state government offices were closed in nearly 30 perishes because of dangerous winter weather. The closures affected several government offices, as well as the Baton Rouge airport, and many schools dismissed students early.


For the time being, temperatures have climbed and severe weather has abated in most of Louisiana. But weather is unpredictable. As we saw last August in Lafayette and Baton Rouge, winter isn’t the only time we should practice vigilance on the road.  But snow and ice in Louisiana do increase the likelihood of car accidents.


Now is a good time to review winter weather safety tips to ensure safe conditions for all who share our roadways, and to avoid auto accidents and personal injury.


Nov 14 2015 - 8:28am

This attack on Paris started 21:15 (CET) at several locations, including the football stadium where France and Germany had a game, from the audience at least two explosions could be heard.

Four hours later Hollande proclaimed a state of emergency, closing the borders. Automatic weapons were used (including AK-47s) and several reports of suicide bombers. It should be said that the civilians of Paris are not allowed to own guns. Of the 7 attacks, one of the bloodiest occurred at Bataclan Concert Hall, where concert goers where there to see an American Death Metal band, where at least 82 were left dead. This act of terrorism is to be the bloodiest event in France since the end of World War II. The borders of France have not been closed since World War II, this is...

Nov 13 2015 - 2:56pm
Adderall is a prescription drug used to treat ADHD and Narcolepsy. However, Adderall can easily be substituted or lead an individual to use Methamphetamine. That’s because both drugs provide the same upity feeling. A person with ADHD is described as having a low attention span, unable to multitask or focus on details. Their life feels is limbo because they are being criticized by the family, teachers and peers. When in fact, it’s a good possibility that they are simply over-whelmed by the expectations of others. The ability to focus and multitask isn’t something that everyone is just born with, it takes practice to focus as much as it takes practice to grow common sense. We all have our own strengths and weaknesses, I believe this is mostly based on ou...
Nov 9 2015 - 9:58am

So many people want to jump on the bandwagon for higher wages in America, they think the solution to the problem is to have corporations share their wealth. The concept itself sounds very appealing, who doesn’t want more money.

Truth be told, we live in a world where the amount of money we make depends on how much money we spend each month. The more money we get the more money we spend. This thought process is widely accepted and embellished in the United States, and it’s the main reason your bank account balance tends to diminish.

We the people, as a society need to make changes in our lives that will stop feeding corporate greed so we can finally gain control of our finances.

Now, let me explain why raising wages will not solve your...

Nov 8 2015 - 12:06pm

I see too many people trying to impress others with objects that surround them. Men want to impress women with their car or house. A misconception to these men is that a good women would actually mainly care about these objects. The main type of person you’re going to attract with these things is someone who wants to spend your money.

This is a simple opinion telling men to pay attention to how a women reacts when she sees your car or house. If her eyes light up and her interest in you changes she’s probably not worth the time (at least for a long term relationship). I’m not sure why it’s become so difficult to find a decent women in the world we live in. Most women these days are either too needy or too demanding, I’m don’t want to be rude but most women need more people...

Nov 6 2015 - 10:11am
Where should leftover food from our plates go when we feel full? •    In our belly •    In the garbage disposal •    In the trash •    In the fridge for tomorrow Next time you start to say, “Finish the food on your plate”, you may want to think twice. We make this choice every single day, at least 3 times a day but most don’t put much thought into it.  As children in our younger years and even as parents today some of us practice the speech “If it’s on your plate, you need to eat it.” Food costs money and most of us Americans live on a paycheck to paycheck budget; you don’t waste food. But, what is really the definition of wasting food? Could it be that our parents and grandparents set forth this plague of obe...
Nov 6 2015 - 7:59am
Many men complain that women fall for the “wrong guy” and there’s a common saying that “nice guys finish last”. While I think there is a LOT of truth to both of these I am realizing that it may be best that things stay that way. The “nice guy” is hard to come by, a lot of them have been tainted by us women and there doesn’t seem to be an abundance of men who have a strong desire to keep themselves from being tainted. I think men are more likely to give up and stop trying instead of coming out of situations stronger. And then there’s the “wrong guys”. I myself have tried my best to stay away from the guys that lie, cheat, beg and borrow with no good intentions. It’s not in my DNA to put up with much when it comes to negativity from the things mentioned previously. The other day it left m...
Nov 2 2015 - 2:40pm
It seems that cheating has been a fairly common way for people to deal with the problems in their life. Honestly, with all the pressure and emotions, we’re a lacking society living in a “paycheck to paycheck world” it’s not really too surprising anymore. From the “head of household” perspective, they are tired when they get home from work and are usually met at the door with their spouses problems and never able to express their own issues to where their significant other can actually understand. The person caught in this rut is a likely candidate for cheating, not because they are overwhelmed with their spouses issues but because their minds are not stimulated by, for lack of better words, “grown up conversation”. Then you have the “stay at home parent” perspective. T...
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