“Two Spirit” may sound like a new terms for most people, however, it has been around since 1990 in Canada. The term “Two Spirit” is used as an umbrella term encompassing people of all nations. Prior to 1990, the term used for these people was Berdache, but many nations have had specific names for such people such as Winkte in the Lakota language and Nadleeh in the Navajo language. There are images from the 1800s showing Two Spirit people, one of the most well-known being We-Wha of the Zuni nation. Two Spirit identities vary greatly from nation to nation, but some characteristics remain among them.
Summertime, as a rule, is the best time for your furry companion. Hiking adventures, trips to the park, playing in the water for a nice cooldown -- all while bonding with their favorite humans. What’s not to love? Well, the warmer the temperature, the higher risk for your pet.
If your family reunion typically takes place near an open field or anywhere with a wide area of space, there are plenty of field race games that are fun for people of all ages!
Hosting a family reunion may sound like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be! With the right preparation and organization, you can pull off the best day for all your loved ones to reflect on for the years to come.
After a long, hard past year of quarantine and social distancing, the month of July -- or National Family Reunion Month -- is the perfect time to get together with family and friends you haven’t seen in a while. Whether your family decides on a backyard barbecue, board games and bonfires (if no fire restrictions) or traveling somewhere new, a family reunion can be just the thing to rejuvenate you from a hectic lifestyle where, in many cases, family time is rare.
It can be a hard task deciding which recipe to make with goodies from your garden. If that’s currently the case for some of your lunch or dinner plans this week, consider reviewing this interactive!
Do some plants in your garden look sad? If so, don't panic! You still have time to revive them for a fall harvest with just a little TLC.
Did you try your hand at a green thumb when we posted about gardening in March? If so, it’s time to evaluate the state of all your hard work!
We can all do our part to keep one another safe during these next few months! Review this interactive to spot when you, or others, might be in a potential summer safety hazard.
Symptoms of too much sun aren’t the only thing to be aware of during the summer days. Pools, pests and man-made inventions have their own risks, too.
As you dig into all the wonderful fun of summer these next few months, we're sharing a few tips to make sure it is both memorable, yet safe. Read on for steps to protect yourself from the dangers of heat and the other safety hazards summer can bring!
Both the triggers and symptoms of PTSD have wide ranges. Some can be obvious, while others, not so much.
Understanding your current level of stress is the first step in taking control. Reflect on your mental health by taking this simple self-assessment.
June marks PTSD Awareness Month, and nestled within this month is PTSD Awareness Day on June 27.
Knowing what to do when the weather turns sour is another way for you and your family to stay safe.
Identifying safety concerns around your house can be an easy task. However, some things may not be as obvious!
It's important to reflect on your knowledge of safety. Whether it's at work or around the home, both are equally important!
National Safety Month is celebrating its 25th anniversary this June. The month is dedicated to helping keep each other safe in the workplace. However, for a lot of people in the post-pandemic business world, home is now their workplace, too.
Eating right and leading a healthy lifestyle are the two best ways to prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer and stroke.
It goes without saying, but eating healthy is one of the most prominent ways you can get your body in check for a long, healthy lifestyle.
It's important to be take note of both your mental and physical health. They are equally important to leading a healthy lifestyle.
Father’s Day is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate Dad, and all the other men in your life, than by recognizing National Men’s Health Week, too!
Getting fresh air benefits the body in more ways than one. It boosts your mood, clears your mind and can even rejuvenate your day into a better one.
Some items are common sense when it comes to camping. Others may not be as easy!