The Fight Rages on to Stay Housed in America

In March of 2020 Americans and the world experienced something that no one believed would ever happen. COVID-19 had reached the United States causing widespread panic across the nation. To protect Americans in March 2020 many stated initiated Stay at Home or Shelter in Place orders closing businesses that were not seen as essential. Not… Continue reading The Fight Rages on to Stay Housed in America

The Healthiest Hot Cocoa on Earth

Omnirah Handy an expert in allopathic medicine has found a way to support her community through education, consultations, and products through her business MOM Apothecary. “I had studied and worked in the allopathic realm of medicine for many years, and I couldn’t quite root myself there. I felt like something was missing, I wanted to find a… Continue reading The Healthiest Hot Cocoa on Earth

China Extends Crypto Transaction Ban

Friday, September 24th Bloomberg News reported that the People’s Bank of China has extended the crypto ban from Bitcoin to all digital currencies as they are not fiat currencies and cannot be circulated. This has been extended to mining crypto as well, as a result, Bitcoin’s price fell 8% as a result of the news. This comes… Continue reading China Extends Crypto Transaction Ban

The Events That Led To The Rent Moratorium Extension

Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri was outspoken from the very beginning about the rent moratorium ending putting millions of American renters in danger of being evicted. Rep. Bush took this cause personally as reported by the VOA News this hit home for her as she was homeless herself after facing eviction. VOA News reported that after Rep. Bush experienced… Continue reading The Events That Led To The Rent Moratorium Extension

Renters Race Against Time As Rent Moratoriums End

On August 26th, 2021, The United States Supreme Court made the decision to not uphold the CDC’s rent moratorium that was originally scheduled to end July 31st now is extended until October 3rd to make time for the remaining Emergency Rental Assistance Program. However, those funds have been distributed slowly as only 89% of funding… Continue reading Renters Race Against Time As Rent Moratoriums End

The Dangers of Not Teaching Financial Literacy

There is a belief that with advanced technology, the rise in online courses, and search engines such as YouTube that most people have extensive knowledge on personal finance. This is not the case according to glfec.org only 33% of adults around the world are financially literate and according to opploans.com 78% of adults in America are living paycheck to… Continue reading The Dangers of Not Teaching Financial Literacy