Among the things sports fans are missing out this year includes visiting the stadiums, throwing down with opposing teams, and of course: tailgating prior to the main event. While some sports have returned to their respective stadiums, arenas, and rinks, fans aren’t necessarily allowed to join the players to spectate.
Given that we’ve all been stuck in our homes for a few months, it’s understandable to want a bit of a change in scenery.
The ideal proposal looks a little different for everyone. Whether he drops to one knee in the middle of an enchanted forest, on top of the skyscraping cliffs of the Grand Canyon, or in between the sun-soaked bleachers of your favorite home team’s arena, a girl knows what she wants.
COVID-19 has changed the world in countless ways, and that has taken a toll on all of our mental states in one way or another. Whether you've been isolating at home over the past several months or you’ve had to cancel major life events, COVID’s uprooting of our normal lives has been the source of a lot of stress. This stress can manifest itself in unhealthy ways, which can lead to even more stress and anxiety down the road.
As families face the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic, politicians respond to questions about public health insurance and communities question system inequities in healthcare systems, the discussions around healthcare have simultaneously grown on the national and personal agenda.
Any fan of Dateline can agree that one of the best parts of the show is delving into the life and details of the suspects. Learning about suspect histories, motivations and outcomes makes you feel like you are part of the investigative team. Further, if you are a Dateline die-hard, you may find yourself spotting patterns in the suspect’s stories that make you feel even better at sleuthing than the detectives themselves.