Category: Noteworthy (page 1 of 45)

Tips for Parents to Help their Kids Avoid Summer Brain Drain

The Alcatraz East Crime Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, helps parents keep their kids learning in a fun and unique way Some people call it summer brain drain, others call it the summer learning loss. No matter what you call it, experts tend to agree... Read More

While You’re Playing Fortnite, Fraudsters Are Looking to Play You

Have you played Fortnite yet? If you haven’t, you probably know someone who has as the game’s popularity has exploded in recent months, attracting celebrities, professional athletes, and gamers of all ages. Unfortunately, Fortnite’s mass... Read More

2018’s Best & Worst States for Working Dads

With Father’s Day approaching and nearly 93 percent of dads with young kids working today, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst States for Working Dads. In order to help dads balance their... Read More

Better Than A Tie – Father’s Day CD Bundle

Music will always be a better gift than a tie. Give the Dad in your life the gift of sweet slumber. Celebrate the new dad in your life with music that’s “fully realized and deftly orchestrated” (NPR Music) from Rockabye Baby, the... Read More

Creative Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day

Father’s Day is fast approaching, and this year, we want to help you think beyond the tie! Though traditional gifts have their place, most fathers could probably do without another “World’s Greatest Dad” mug or hobby-themed... Read More

Top 10 Summer Activities for Students

By JOE LAVIS The final weeks of school can be so hectic that planning the following three months often comes as an afterthought. With assignments, tests and early bus rides behind them, students are left to wonder, “what should I do this... Read More

The Top 5 Commercial Sports Trends For 2018

When it comes to sport, it is the willingness to prepare to win that sets apart the most talented athletes and the best teams. And with the Australian sports industry facing an unprecedented level of change and disruption, it has never been so... Read More

15 Sites for Creating Flashcards

Flashcards are used by students and educators everyday and are one of the most popular ways to learn a subject/topic. The internet makes this learning tool even easier through the use of dedicated websites that allow for flashcard creation,... Read More

The problem with traveling for work

Road warriors, consider yourself warned: The more time you spend on the road, the more you are at risk for obesity, alcohol abuse, depression and other health problems, according to research published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental... Read More

Console Upgrades Drive Interest For U.S. Video Gamers

Change is inevitable, and nowhere is that more so than in video games, where transformation can happen in the blink of an eye, thanks to the velocity inherent in digital media. Mid-cycle console upgrades have continued this year with the highly... Read More

10 YouTube Teaching Video Essays Channels

YouTube has given life to some unique genres and types of videos. One of these — the video essay — can be a great tool for media-literacy education. Here’s why: Video essays ground their arguments in important cultural or political... Read More

The 7 biggest BS jobs in America

Increasing numbers of workers in rich countries — as many as 35 or 40 percent in some surveys — are secretly convinced their jobs are pointless. Either they are covertly watching YouTube videos all day or they see their work as having no social... Read More

The Guide for Working With Your Dad Bod – @PlanetFitness

THE DAD BOD IS BACK: EVERYONE’S FAVORITE BODY TYPE IS STRONGER, SEXIER AND MORE ACCEPTED THAN EVER  Planet Fitness, Home of the Judgement Free Zone®, Revisits a Growing Soft Spot for the Softer Side of Fatherhood with New Survey Results Presents... Read More

4 Skills Your Child Needs To Know Before Entering Kindergarten

Kindergarten is supposed to be fun and educational, and allow children an opportunity to blossom because it is usually the first time the tykes are away from their parents for any significant amount of time. And while most kindergartens don’t exactly... Read More

Projects to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Given the amount of time homeowners spend inside their homes, it’s no surprise that most remodeling dollars end up indoors. But neglecting your home’s exterior can leave it looking tired and rundown. Here are four projects that will boost your... Read More

Older posts