Gardening Tips for budgets, Mental Health and Soil Replenishment

By Nicole Stocker Spring has come this year. Once again it is gardening season. According to my chiropractor, working with the dirt is therapeutic in helping with depression. It helps us feel connected to the earth.  Gardening is a great way to produce fruits and vegetables locally. It is also a great way to cut costs for those odds and ends produce on your grocery … Continue reading Gardening Tips for budgets, Mental Health and Soil Replenishment

PC Hobbies to Consider

PC Hobbies to Consider by Noah Thompson As console hardware evolves closer to computer gaming technology, many will prefer the more straightforward of the two. Upon the release of next-gen gaming consoles it has become clear that high-end PCs are not the only way to experience a videogame’s potential. Video quality, framerate, and affordable titles have been associated with PC gaming for years; now that … Continue reading PC Hobbies to Consider

Voices of Essential Employees on Their Covid-19 Vaccine Experience

Voices of Essential Employees on Their Covid-19 Vaccine Experience The COVID-19 vaccine seems to be a point of hope during the worldwide pandemic that started about a year ago. It has almost marked a year since the world shut down for two weeks while the virus had a high spread rate. I took some time to interview a few people on their experience with the … Continue reading Voices of Essential Employees on Their Covid-19 Vaccine Experience