Tag: family

World Gratitude Day – What Are You Grateful For?

We all have so many things that we should be grateful for every day. Unfortunately, our schedules can get so hectic that most of us don’t have time to stop and think about the moments that make us smile. That’s why we’re grateful for World Gratitude Day. Origin In 1965, a group of dignitaries from Read More…

Happy StepFamily Day!

Families have many wonderful attributes. One of our favorites is the fact that a family can grow at any time. New people can be added to your biological or extended family throughout your life. The largest and fastest growth spurts often come from the addition of a stepparent. Family life can be a little difficult Read More…

New York Nurse Wanda Rodriguez Meets A New Patient: Her Long-Lost Father

As Assistant Head Nurse at Calvary Hospital in New York, Wanda Rodriguez meets thousands of people. One recent patient stands out above the rest. On August 25, 2010, Victor Peraza was admitted into Calvary. Victor is Wanda’s long-lost father. 41 years had passed since Wanda last saw her dad. She was only an infant at Read More…

Free Relationship Advice … From Pets

Do you treat people like animals? Maybe you should. A recent article from Psych Central discussed the importance of treating the people we love better … in particular, at least as well as we treat our pets. Think about your relationship with your pet; you probably have a positive and loving connection. Can you say Read More…

A Year Of Anyone, Anywhere

On Saturday, May 29 2010, this blog – Anyone, Anywhere – celebrates its one-year anniversary! What a year it’s been! We’ve covered a vast array of topics, brought up ideas on how PeopleFinders can make your life easier and enjoyed reading some opinionated comments from you. A few of our favorite moments include:

An 8-Year-Old Takes The Wheel And Saves The Day!

Today, April 27, 2010, is Tell A Story Day. That’s why we’re sharing the true account of an 8-year-old boy whose quick thinking and bravery saved his grandmother’s life … and his own. Young Dillon Earl was riding in his grandmother’s truck early one Sunday morning. The pair were on their way to church when Read More…

April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Many adults might not spend much time thinking about child abuse. The very idea seems absurd to most people. How could an adult intentionally harm a child? Tragically, the truth is many children are abused physically, emotionally and sexually. It’s a tough topic, but one that needs to be addressed. That’s why April is designated Read More…

Feeding The Poor: The Story Of Narayanan Krishnan

His name is Narayanan Krishnan. In 2002 he was on the fast track to becoming a highly-paid chef, but chose to give it all up for a life of hard work without pay. Years of training and an expensive education helped Krishnan land a job at a five-star hotel, and he was one of a Read More…

Creating Happiness

We all have our own ideas about what it takes to live a happy life. A small group of researchers hope to prove that there are some specific components to personal happiness. According to a recent scientific study that will be published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, there are five things people can do Read More…

Talk Your Way To Happiness?

A recent study conducted by the University of Arizona and Washington University in St. Louis showed that people who spend more time talking tend to be happier. The study concluded that happy people have more substantial conversations, not just small talk. Researchers listened in on volunteers over a four-day period and recorded snippets of conversations. Read More…