On March 16, Park Avenue retailers and restaurants will show support for 17-year-old Trinity Prep student John Michael Night with a fundraiser to support his recovery.
According to HGTV, the tiny house trend is sweeping the nation. The show “Tiny House Hunters” debuted in November 2014 and follows people as they search for homes under 600 square feet. The houses are commonly based on typical foundations, skids, trees, flatbed trailers or even inside old school buses or shipping containers.
Hashtag generators, Facebook groups like The Wedding Connection, personalized websites, Pinterest, online registries and apps are sweeping the wedding industry. When I got engaged, I was introduced to all of the ways technology makes planning your big day easier for everyone involved.
You walk into class on the first day. Everyone is setting up their laptops, checking Facebook, Pinterest, email, Tumblr, Buzzfeed, etc. Based on experience, you know there may be an occasional click over to Word or Google Docs to type a few notes. Maybe. The process of checking every form of social media will repeat in an endless cycle throughout class and it makes you wonder if technology is actually making it harder to learn.