Everyone is afraid of something: spiders, snakes, rejection, the unknown – the list is endless. We’re all hardwired to feel fear.
Our cell phones have become an essential part of us. We use them incessantly to send and receive messages, check our email, follow the latest tweetstorm, make and track purchases, or simply play a game. Hardcore users devote up to 12 hours every day to their smartphones. There’s no indication that spending that much time staring at a small screen
For many, staying safe at home is getting old. The list of activities we can safely partake in is growing and each one added seems to magnify the things we should avoid/delay. While the pandemic has curtailed some activities, it has also pushed us outside our comfort zones. We are creating new ways to enrich our lives and help others.
Brenda and her family were finally able to take their once-in-a-lifetime trip to Alaska. They flew to Anchorage, spent a few days in Denali and boarded a bus headed toward the cruise that would complete their adventure. The first few days of the trip exceeded their expectations, but as is sometimes the case, unforeseen events upset their well-planned trip.