When disasters strike an area of the world, people often want to assist the victims. This is no less true for the Haitian people affected by last year’s earthquake. However, some individuals may not know how or where to donate their resources. Those wanting to help Haiti now can provide relief by donating to several organizations.
Most people who define themselves as a packrat usually hate to get rid of their belongings because they might need it down the road.
Everyone has to deal with stress on a daily level. Stress actually is a good thing when it is in low doses because it motivates us to take care of things.
There are two sides of the moving-to-a-new-house process. The first one is, of course, the most important – the excitement of moving somewhere new; the second phase of the moving process can become something quite exhausting and stressful.
You’ve already found a new place to stay, you’ve packed everything and all you’re left to do is drive to your new residence. Now probably all you can think of is you’ll have to go through the whole unpacking process all over again, and that doesn’t sound very appealing at all.
The Republic of Haiti is a small country in the Caribbean that is located by the Dominican Republic on Hispaniola Island. Haitian Creole and French are its national languages and the nation’s square footage is over twenty two thousand. The tiny country had its hardest year ever in 2010 thanks to a Cholera outbreak, a severe flood, and devastating earthquake. Although, despite it not being headlining news anymore, activists and donors should still continue to help Haiti now.