• Home  / 
  • Author's archive:
About the author

Jason Freely

Share

August 2020 Horoscopes: Evolution Is Never Easy

By Jason Freely / a couple of hours ago

My favorite thing about astrology is not only that it is a predictive mirror to our lives but that it is also a guide of how to become better human beings. How fantastic is it that we can look above to learn about how we are evolving within? Astrology has been charted since its birth […]

Share

How Did You Pick Your Child’s Middle Name?

By Jason Freely / yesterday

Cup of Jo has been running for 13 years (!) so we’ve decided that every week, we’ll be highlighting one of the most popular posts from the past. Here’s one of our favorites, originally published on January 7, 2019… My friend needs help… Her first child is due any day now, and she and her […]

Share

Is My Partner Having An Emotional Affair?

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Innocent friendships may very well develop into emotional affairs, which, in their turn, may become gateways to infidelity. Experts define emotional affairs as when someone invests more emotional energy in a relationship outside their marriage, and receive companionship and support. The boundaries between a harmless friendship and an emotional affair are sometimes hard to spot. […]

Share

Mission Accomplished: SpaceX Crew Dragon Splashes Down in Atlantic

By Jason Freely / a day ago

Splashdown After undocking with the International Space Station Saturday yesterday evening, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley began their thrill ride of a return journey inside SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. “Thanks for flying @SpaceX.” 📍 Current Location: Planet Earth A 2:48pm ET, @AstroBehnken and @Astro_Doug splashed down, marking the first splashdown of an American […]

Share

August 2020 Theme: Why We Need to Break Out of Our Boxes

By Jason Freely / a day ago

We’re all a product of our environments. From our family units to our friendships to the surroundings we encounter each day, pretty much everything we’ve been told about “how the world works” and our position in it forms most of the decisions we make—and, more importantly, what we believe is possible, both for ourselves and […]

Share

Have You Tried Organic Wine?

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

(Sponsored) Do you drink wine? If so, have you tried organic wine? Lately, we’ve been into the new Wonderful Wine Co. line, which is great for so many reasons… In a perfect world, all wines would be made using just water and fermented grapes. But since winemakers aren’t required to list nutrition info on the […]

Share

Start Training For Your Electrical Engineer Career with These Classes

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

We take our level of connectivity for granted. While many developed nations and economies have internet and major electrical power grids, developing nations are just starting to come online. The United Nations estimates that a majority of the world’s population does not have access to an internet connection. Studies have also found that nearly 15 […]

Share

Health and Fashion alongside, Eyeglasses a critical part of lifestyle

By Jason Freely / a couple of days ago

From geek to chic, the glasses have become a fashion statement, whether prescription or not. The glasses have come a long way, from large circular lenses to tons of fun, modern designs. Today, glasses are no longer considered just an aid to vision but are now a fashion statement. However, the vast majority of the […]

Share

10 Things We Loved on the Internet This Month

By Jason Freely / a few days ago

Photo by Lucija Ros on Unsplash To begin, if someone could kindly step forward and inform me how it’s a remote possibility that the month of July has already come to a close, that would be greatly appreciated. How does time, this year especially, simultaneously feel like it’s rushing by and merely dragging along?? How? I’m unsure I’ll […]

1 2 3 87
Page 1 of 87