Never has a disclaimer been more important. Let me be clear, this article is in no way financial advice and does not necessarily reflect the views of HCPL. My degree is in English, not Economics or Finance, or Mathematics, or Accounting, or anything close to the knowledge people would need to
Around this time of year, it is not uncommon to find the Grinch and Scrooges of the romantic variety. Their sometimes-seeming abundance is easy to understand with a certain pink and red February holiday.
Harris County Public Library recently hosted a full, traditional graduation ceremony for some rightfully proud graduates of its Career Online High School program, many of whom took quite non-traditional paths to their diplomas.
I love a good dystopia, but there is no denying that they don’t paint a rosy view of the future. To ring in the New Year, I’ve picked some books that imagine a future (or a present) full of robotic hijinx and alien adventures. Also, strangely enough, a lot of cats.
It’s January! The time when we all take a good hard look at our lives and think about something that we want to improve about ourselves. For me, sometimes just existing is hard. It feels like the challenges of 2020 have lasted three years now.
When my father passed away I was left with quite a few duties to settle his estate. Far down on that list was going through some boxes of personal memorabilia, but finally having completed most of the taxes and settling of accounts, I got to work on some keepsake boxes.