You may be cooking, cleaning, eating, watching TV, playing games, helping the needy or participating in countless other activities. But whatever you’re doing, chances are you’re spending the day with others. Family, friends, maybe even a group of people you’ve never met before.
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When you see the phrase personal communication these days, you might be inclined to think about electronic devices. Technology makes it easier than ever for people to stay connected. We can email, tweet or Facebook each other, find friends on Foursquare, and constantly check the current status of everyone we know. Our communication tends to happen on laptops, smart phones and personal tablets.
These are all great ways to keep in touch. But these same methods of connectivity may also be diminishing the act of one-on-one interaction. And nothing beats the simple exhilaration of two people talking to each other on the phone or in person.
At some point, we all wonder about the people who came before us. What were they like? How did they influence our lives? What can we learn from them?
October is Family History Month – the perfect time to find answers to all of your questions.
Lynn O. is a new friend of ours. She enjoys the pace of her life in Hawaii, and never gave a second thought to online services like people searches and reverse lookups. That is until she suddenly needed to locate her sister-in-law.
At first she wasn’t sure where to start. Lynn knew about public records websites, but was hesitant to try one. She decided to give it a shot, and visited PeopleFinders.com.
Family! Friends! Loved Ones! Sunday, August 7 is your day.
The first Sunday in August is American Family Day and National Friendship Day. This day was meant to be spent with the people you love.
If you’re happy and you know it, then August is the perfect month for you. Thanks to a group called The Secret Society of Happy People, August is now Happiness Happens Month. That’s 31 days to focus on your own happiness and celebrate joy in others.
We all have our own definitions of happiness. But we don’t all take time to work on actually being happy. In honor of Happiness Happens Months, here are 7 things you can do to make yourself and others a little happier.
Remember the simple joy and excitement of a post card? You’d be sorting through the bills, brochures and junk mail – and there it was. A small greeting from a faraway place.
The first week of May is National Postcard Week. It’s seven days to relive the thrills of sending and receiving post cards.
Imagine being separated from your family. Years go by without contact. You wonder where they live, if they’re doing well, and if they ever think about you.
This Wednesday is National Tell A Story Day. To get in the spirit, we’re happy to share a real-life story with an ending that filled our hearts with joy.