Dogs are fun and exciting pets, but adopting a dog can be overwhelming, especially for first-time dog owners. Below, we’ve compiled a list of things that will make your life easier once you bring your new pet home. 1. Ask for an assessment of the dog’s health and behavior An
just because businesses are starting to reopen, it doesn’t mean we need to slow down on showing love and support to our local businesses. The uniqueness, the charm, the diversity, the vibrancy, the sense of community – these are all reasons why we shop at and support small and local businesses.
I’m no card player, but I will show up regularly to the game of life. And I’m not referring to the Milton Bradley pastime either. I’m talking about real life, the one that’s chock full of the good, the bad, and the “you’re kidding, right?” I’m not telling you anything
What I discovered in Mood Health is a safe and affordable way to engage with high-quality mental health professionals from the privacy of your own home, car or wherever it is you feel comfortable enough to air your personal business.
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility is about to open up like mad, and the fabulous weather forecast right now means you will definitely be having Spring Fever soon. You are probably going to get your vaccination appointment in April, if you don’t have it already, which begs the question — when can
One of the most incredible things we’ve witnessed in the past year is all the different versions of mutual aid that have popped up in response to the terrible hardships we’ve had to endure. People have shown up to help make sure each other are fed, and can pay rent,
Good news for SF artists! The Guaranteed Income Pilot Program for San Francisco Artists launched this morning, March 25th, and the application process is officially open today, and it closes April 25th. The City is partnering with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to implement $1,000/month economic relief program for
States led by Republican governors in the US had much higher rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths throughout 2020, according to a new study by the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, released March 9th, 2021. The study, named Associations Between Governor Political Affiliation and COVID-19 Cases, Deaths, and Testing in