This Is What US City You Should Call Home, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

SILICON VALLEY ENTP (THE INNOVATOR) The ENTP is bound to love San Francisco and its progressive nature. ENTPs, otherwise known as the innovators, are constantly coming up with the next big thing and they need an environment that will nurture and grow that creativity. What better place than the millennial NYC? This city gives the ENTPs exactly what...

He Put A Bed Frame In His Yard To Add A Country Vibe To His City Apartment

When you live in a concrete jungle, it's easy to start missing the great outdoors. You miss the trees, you miss the open spaces, and you even begin to miss the yard that you had to mow a billion times a year.But if you're growing tired of your concrete space, have no fear. With a little creativity...

Watch These Shikoku Puppies Explore The Great Snowy Outdoors!

Whenever it snows, my mind wanders to how manychildren (and some adults) will jump atthe opportunity to go sledding the next day, or make snow angels. Sometimes, I forget that animals love playing in the snow, too! Watching these six dogs horsing aroundin the snowdefinitely convinced us that our pets love frolicking in the fresh powder just as much...

This Is The Only Way You Should Be Watching Movies This Summer

Set down your laptops and remote controls — there’s a better way to watch movies this summer. While Netflix binges can be fun on a freezing, winter day, there’s nothing more depressing than sitting inside for hours on end while it’s gorgeousoutside. We’re still a fan of sitting for hours on end, though, so why not bring the movies...

I No Longer Cry About My Middle School Nickname — I Own It

When I was in junior high(that is what we called middle school in small-town America) I had a huge crush on a boy who seemed like an unattainable celebrity, even then. He was tan, fit and had the kind of dreamy hair boys illustrated on the cover of The Baby-Sitters Club series would envy. Friends of mine dated him,...

If US national parks are to continue to thrive they must reflect the diversity of our population

As the National Park Service turns 100, a new campaign aims to make the countrys natural spaces more appealing to all Americans, regardless of race, over the next centuryIn the sweltering heat of a summer day, I walked along the visitor trails of Yosemite national park. I had just made the five-hour drive from my childhood home in Los...