How to cope with the result of the Election…

This past year and a half has been absolutely crazy. From the 17 candidates in the GOP primary to the tough fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, to this crazy competition in the general election, it’s all coming to an end this Tuesday, be sure to vote! We’ve┬áput a lot of thought and effort … More How to cope with the result of the Election…

Volunteering is the secret to happiness

Go out and volunteer, you’ll live a longer and happier life! … More Volunteering is the secret to happiness

Why you should read every day and how to do it

How often do you read? And not just from your Facebook feed or Twitter timeline, but a real book. I’m here to show those who don’t read why they should and those who do read why they should keep it up. I’ll also give you 3 secrets on how to read more at the end, … More Why you should read every day and how to do it

AdBlockers, good or bad?

After taking almost all of January off, I will try to be posting regularly with some new style posts. Included in these new posts will be debates and stories broken up into different parts. What exactly is an adblocker? And what’s the significance of this debate? An adblocker is something that comes in the form … More AdBlockers, good or bad?

2015 In Review for The Edge of Ideas

2015 was a great first year for my blog! Thank you to ALL my readers!! … More 2015 In Review for The Edge of Ideas

What to get your parents for Christmas

This post answers the question that haunts us all: What should I get my mom and dad for Christmas? … More What to get your parents for Christmas

8 things to get a teenage boy for Christmas…

Want to know what to get your teen for Christmas? Here are 8 gifts, approved by a teenage boy. … More 8 things to get a teenage boy for Christmas…

17 Events in 2015 to be grateful for

Here are 17 events that took place in 2015 that you might not know about. … More 17 Events in 2015 to be grateful for

Get happy in five minutes: 16 quotes on happiness

16 Joyful quotes, from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Winnie the Pooh to Mother Teresa.