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Tips for Travelling with Glasses

Having the urge to travel can lead to a fair amount of time spent deciding what to pack, and what should stay at home. The weather of your location, as well as cultural norms, can greatly affect some of your outfit choices. Alongside items relating to personal hygiene, one thing you shouldn’t leave at home is your glasses. Without these, you may not be able to partake in all that your holiday has to offer, […]

How to Take a Vacation from Stress

Has a doctor ever told you that you need to reduce the stress level in your life? Have you ever thought you might be experiencing the first signs of burnout? Has a loved one ever pointed out your high anxiety levels and recommended a well-deserved break? If you answered yes to any of those questions, it’s probably time to take a vacation from all the pressures of daily life. Relaxation vacations don’t involve taking the […]

How to Recover From a Car Crash

If you find yourself injured in a car accident, for any reason, it’s easy to feel as though your luck is cursed. However, it is worth bearing in mind that more than 3 million Americans are injured in car accidents every single year. Furthermore, although this might seem like an immense figure, it is actually a historic low point over the decades. If you are injured in a car crash, the road to recovery might […]

4 Fantastic Outdoor Pastimes You Have To Try

Most of the people that work full time find it difficult to stay indoors when given leave from work. You will want to just go out and find something to do apart from watching movies or playing video games. In addition to this, you may be a retiree, a stay-at-home dad or mom, or a work-at-home person, and all you want is to relax outside while doing something. It is also beneficial to your body, […]

Expert Tips To Start Playing Fantasy Sport

Fantasy Sports allows you to test your abilities as a fantasy owner. After joining a league, you scout for and choose players, compete against other fantasy owners, and use your entire skill set to win the championship. Learning how to play fantasy football is simple; however, defeating your opponents and becoming a champion is a different story. Fantasy sports are substantially different from sports betting. When it comes to fantasy sports, there are numerous advantages. […]

7 Ways To Safely Dispose of Household Medical Supplies

With long months of lockdowns and heightened restrictions in crowded and public places, people stay at home most of the time during pandemics. For sure, many people have good stocks of medical supplies, such as face masks, gloves, injectables, and palliative and maintenance medicines. After using them, they become household medical waste. Improper disposal of household medical waste causes injury, infection, and even environmental damage. Expired medications, sharps, and medical supplies soiled with bodily fluids […]

Cullinan Park Conservancy Announces 2021 Photo Contest

Photo Left: 2020 1st Place in the Bird Category “Hunting for Breakfast“ by Mike Cassity of Sugar Land; Photo Center: 2020 1st Place in the Wildlife Category, “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head” by Tracey Woodard of Houston; Photo Right: 2020 Youth 2nd Place in the Wildlife Category, “Hoverfly on Buttonbush” by Anika Patel of Sugar Land Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC) invites photographers of all levels to submit photos to its annual photo contest. The contest is held in conjunction with the Conservancy’s fifth annual “Picnic for the Park” luncheon to be held on Friday, October 22 at River Pointe Church in Richmond. The deadline for photo contest submission is Friday, September 24 to allow time for judging as the winners will be announced at the luncheon. “We had 258 amazing entries in the Photo contest in 2020, but we expect to surpass that this year. We’ve had a surge in park visitors as more and more families discover Cullinan. Many people coped with the pandemic by spending more time outdoors, and Cullinan is a fabulous place for nature exploration and photography,” said Cullinan Park Conservancy President Robbin Mallett. Photographers may submit up to five total photos in the following categories: birds, wildlife, flora (trees, flowers, plants), landscape and photographer’s choice. To encourage young photographers, […]

UHV Commencement Ceremonies Held at the Leonard E. Merrell Center

Photo: Ricardo Teixeira, center, president of the University of Houston-Victoria Faculty Senate, holds the university’s mace at the start of a commencement ceremony Saturday for students from the UHV School of Education, Health Professions & Human Development. Chance M. Glenn Sr., UHV provost and vice president for academic affairs, right, gets ready to speak. The ceremonies were held at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy for the university’s spring and fall 2020, and spring […]

2022 RodeoHouston® Season Ticket Request Process Begins Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ has a limited amount of Season Tickets available for the 2022 Show (Feb. 28 – March 19). Season Ticket options start as low as $400, plus a processing fee. By purchasing Season Tickets, fans have the option to add the concert only performance by George Strait (March 20) for an additional cost. There is a four-ticket purchase limit per household. WHAT:              2022 RODEOHOUSTON Season Ticket Request Process: Request up […]

40th Anniversary Nutcracker Market – The Redo

Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market celebrates 40 years of tradition and holiday cheer with the return of in-person shopping Cue the music and roll out the red carpet! This November 11-14, Nutcracker Market triumphantly returns to NRG Center to usher in Houston’s holiday season and celebrate in-person and in style for the 40th Anniversary Nutcracker Market – The Redo. While 2020 officially marked the 40th year of Nutcracker Market, the pandemic-induced virtual market prevented festivities fitting of such a milestone. “Forty […]