Cato Conroy is a Manhattan-based writer who yearns for a better world. He loves to write about politics, news reports, and interesting innovations that will impact the way we live.
11 Ways You Will Be Hit by a Recession
When I was first out of college, I found myself in the middle of the Great Recession. Jobs were scarce, college grads struggled, and dropouts like myself found themselves cornered. It was a brutal time in my life that involved me sleeping in my car.
How the Comper Smart Fertility Tracker Helps You Get Pregnant Faster
Getting pregnant isn't as easy as television shows make it out to be. Most people who try to conceive rarely ever get blessed within the first month that they are trying to have a child. In fact, studies show that it can take months to be able to get pregnant—and that's when you're actively trying.
How the Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit Makes Coding Fun and Easy
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was the book that opened up the magical world of reading for many children. As the franchise grew, so did the number of children who owed their love of reading to J.K. Rowling's amazing series.
Why Every School Should Use Root to Help Teach Problem Solving, Coding, and Art
It's no secret that kids need all the help they can get if they are going to succeed in life today. The most important asset children can gain during their formative years is an education that is strong in both STEM and creative fields.
How the Sphero BOLT Is Changing the Way Kids Learn to Code
In America, students are showing less and less interest in STEM—despite the rapidly growing demand for STEM professionals. Our workforce needs people who are into the hard sciences, but we can't force kids to choose a career in the sciences if they don't want to explore that world.
10 Facts About Bonnie and Clyde
Netflix recently unveiled a new event series called The Highwaymen, a brand-new retelling of the story of Bonnie and Clyde—as well as the Texas rangers who took them down. It's a movie touted as action-packed, dramatic, and romantic.
10 Signs You're Dealing with a Pathologically Stubborn Person
My ex was a pathologically stubborn person, and I mean that in a clinical way. He was so adamant about things being his way, it actively hurt him and his ability to connect to people. Heck, it was even a driving force to our breakup!
10 Warning Signs That Suggest a Stock Isn't Legit
The stock market is supposed to be a safe place to trade—to a point. Risk will always be a part of investing, but the idea that people want to see is the possibility that risk will be mitigated by statistics and data given to you by companies.
Keep Your Home Protected with the Ooma Butterfleye
Back when I lived in a dangerous neighborhood, the fear I had of break-ins was very, very real. I lived alone in my apartment, and it was the type of neighborhood that most people avoided in the daytime—let alone at night.