With every new season comes a new crop of eye candy to shop for. But navigating the new arrivals section can feel daunting: With the overload of emerging trends, we tend to shop with eyes bigger than our wallet. It's easy to get caught up adding everything you see to cart, only to have a small cry when the price on your checkout page lists too many zeros.
"He said he felt it in his soul not to hit the kid back," his mother wrote on Facebook.
The 19-year-old paid for the person's coffee behind her, not knowing how much the mother needed that act of kindness.
The words Semester at Sea may conjure up images of hundreds of college students aboard a nautical campus, sailing around the world with ship parties and port adventures. For parents who value lifelong learning, Semester at Sea is becoming an ideal way to educate kids through travel.
“A civil rights journey,” I answered with extra enthusiasm. Organized by the New York-based J-Teen Leadership, a community service organization for Jewish high school students, this “Civil Rights Journey” gave 15 teenagers — and some accompanying parents — a close-up and personal view of the civil rights struggle in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as Selma, Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama.