Joined: Aug 24, 2015
Nicole Garner is a freelance writer in the middle-of-nowhere Midwest, where she covers culture and agriculture. She spends her time away from the Internet (and civilization) barefoot in the garden, herding goats and knitting sweaters for her jumbo-sized cats.
From banishing toilet tank sweat to protecting plants from the cold, Bubble Wrap is useful for more than just protecting packages.
It's tough work being born right at midnight on January 1! New Year's babies used to get showered with gifts and prizes, but today their fame is fleeting.
From 1907-1922, American women would automatically lose their citizenship if they married a non-citizen.
From Oregon to North Carolina, these road trips offer more than their fair share of holiday cheer.
Black Friday can bring out some of the best deals of the year, but that doesn't mean every advertised price is worth splurging on.
"The strangest tomb in America, if not in the world, is that which rest the remains of Lon Dorsa in Nevada, Mo. It is so constructed that the widow can look upon her deceased husband at will."
You can give thoughtful gifts that the happy couple will love without breaking the bank.
In honor of today's National Selfie Day, these nine tips could help upgrade your personal pics from so-so to standout snaps.
As refugees arrive in the U.S. looking for a better life, there are ways you can make a lasting impact within your own community.
From feline-friendly boats to college campuses, some cat shelters turn up in unexpected places.
Shopping the farmers' market is markedly different than shopping the supermarket's veggie aisle.
These DIY projects will make your outdoor space all the more inviting.