Tag Archive: families

Jill’s Words: “I died that day as my family was ripped apart”

This picture showed up on my tumblr dashboard right after I’d finished reading all the new things in my inbox this morning. It feels like it belongs here. Today, I woke up to… Continue reading

ICYMI: Homeless in a Polar Vortex, giving away money to people who need it, funding programs for children in poverty and more

  We’re in the middle of this polar vortex and it’s made me think more about homelessness than I probably ever have before. Chicago Homeless Prepare for Deadly Cold http://bit.ly/1eaG9TY ∫ ∫   The… Continue reading

Cloth Diapering & Low Income Families

Awhile back, I read about the results of a Yale study that examined low income women and how poverty affected their mental health. One of the neat tidbits that came out was that… Continue reading

The Reasons Poor People Might Not Eat Healthy

I see  a lot of discussions regarding the topic of people living on food stamps/ poor people and “Why can’t they just eat right?” and talks about not letting people buy “junk food”… Continue reading