Getting a Sleep Divorce Is the Best Thing I've Done for My Marriage

Thinking of sleeping in separate beds from your partner? It’s called a sleep divorce—here’s what you should know about this new trend in sleeping tips. After more than 20 years of being married, my husband and I got a divorce. Nothing out of the ordinary, right? Well, not exactly, as we’re still married. Our divorce happens at night, when my husband saunters off to get his recommended sleep in our guest bedroom. I have maintained my spot in the master bedroom with my golden retriever (whose bed

Does Going To The Movies Seem Risky? Check Out Drive-In Options Around The U.S.

For those of you itching to go out to the movies, AMC, Regal and Cinemark have announced plans to re-open their movie facilities this summer. But you may be understandably wary about safety precautions in this pandemic environment. For example, in an interview with Variety, AMC CEO and President Adam Aron said that his movie chain wouldn't be implementing mandatory face mask rules in its theaters, until an immediate outcry from the customers within 24-hours of the announcement, made him change

5 Drive-In Movie Theaters Across America

Families, couples, and friends are searching for ways to be together over the summer months while following social distancing guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic. And, since going to the movies, in a packed indoor theater, is off the table as of now, there’s a better and safer option: drive-in movie theaters. Take part in this nostalgic American leisure activity and enjoy quality time spent with the people you love most. Some of these theaters have been around for decades, while others ar

7 virtual trips for kids that entertain and inform - The Boston Globe

Your kids’ circle of travel may be restricted to your neighborhood, but their minds can still travel the world—and beyond. As you juggle working from home and homeschooling, you may discover there’s a fine line between keeping children entertained and providing them with good educational tools — especially for families who minimize screen time, like we do. Many museums, zoos, travel companies, and other institutions have stepped up their online offerings so they can provide engaging fresh conten

You can still visit zoos and aquariums via virtual programs

Lemurs hang out at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo — Photo courtesy of The Woodland Park Zoo A virtual visit to a zoo or aquarium proves a wonderful way to brighten any day. "Wander" among nature and get caught up watching wildlife play, sleep and go about daily routines, as online programming transports viewers to faraway lands filled with sleek, fierce and cuddly creatures. From the nation's capital to Cali In Washington, D.C., the Smithsonian National Zoological Park posts several live webcam

Vice President Pence's daughter Charlotte shows support for campaign to end human trafficking

Vice President Mike Pence's daughter Charlotte Pence showed her support Thursday for End It, a campaign by 16 non-profit organizations to end modern-day slavery and human trafficking. It's an issue Pence has advocated for previously. Part of the proceeds from the sale of her 2018 book "Marlon Bundo's A Day in the Life of the Vice President" went to A21, a group fighting trafficking, and she participated in End It's red X campaign last year as well. According to End it, there are an estimated 4