Pam Baer Shares Invaluable Mental Health Advice and Tools During the Pandemic

As the world moves more deeply into 2021, it’s an opportune time to reflect on the previous, momentous year. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all areas of society, and its full impact is only beginning to become clear. While the logistical effects of the double pandemic is plain to see, we cannot ignore how it […]

Recent Crime Could Lead to Change in CT Juvenile Justice Law

On Wednesday morning two teenagers, ages 15 and 16, allegedly stole a BMW in Westport. A few hours later, West Haven Police were able to get the teens out of that car. The 15-year-old then allegedly proceeded to steal a West Haven Police cruiser, crashing it through a cemetery fence and barely missing one of […]

Teaching Resources for Today’s Educators

In today’s digital world, finding the right resources for teachers is more important than ever. In many cases, this means finding digital resources that can be accessed from anywhere, be it the classroom, at home, or on a student’s mobile device. Thankfully, there are a variety of resources like this available. Here’s an overview of […]

The Agility of an Entrepreneur

Not everyone has the conviction, guts, and perseverance to act on a first instinct and follow through until it’s successful. A highly competitive market that stretches far and wide (thanks to eCommerce) makes it hard to come up with new ideas that don’t already exist and compete with the industry behemoths. Entrepreneurs have a special […]

7 Activities to Keep Children Busy at Home

The ongoing global pandemic has caused thousands of school campuses around the world to shut down. According to a report from the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), the lockdowns have completely closed schools for over 168 million children for almost an entire year. During a lockdown, kids have to stay home for a […]