Author: Rose Bak

Rose Bak is a freelance writer and author who lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family and special needs dogs.   Rose writes both fiction and non-fiction in a variety of mediums. Rose specializes in the following types of writing:  blogs, self-help, romantic fiction, humor, narrative, personal finance, business, self-help, housing, domestic violence, grant writing and public administration. For more information on projects and rates, contact me at rosebakenterprises@msn.com. Visit my author page at amazon.com/author/rosebak. Follow me on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorRoseBak/?modal=admin_todo_tour Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthorRoseBak Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/author_rose_bak/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rose-bak-mpa-0232b581/ All opinions expressed in this blog are solely the authors and are copyright Rose Bak.  No part of these pages can be reprinted without written permission from the author. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Is Canceling A Twitter Account or Requiring a Mask Really a Violation of Your First Amendment Rights?

I’ve been seeing a lot of people posting on social media about alleged violations of their First Amendment rights. “You can’t force me to wear a mask. It’s a violation of my first amendment rights!” “Twitter is violating the President’s first amendment rights by kicking him off the platform.” “You can’t put me in Facebook jail for what I posted,…

Dryer Sheets Are Dangerous – Here Are 7 Natural Alternatives to Use Instead

If you use dryer sheets when doing your laundry, you may want to think about using some alternatives. Dryer sheets can be dangerous to you, your family, and the environment. Dryer vents are a source of air pollution both inside and outside your house. Scented laundry products contribute to this pollution, especially strongly scented products like fabric softener and dryer sheets. Dryer…

How to Avoid the Debt Trap This Christmas

You don’t have to go bankrupt to have a nice holiday. . “The season’s upon us. It’s that time of year. Brandy and eggnog, there’s plenty of cheer.” — Dropkick Murphys. Black Friday is fast approaching, soon to be followed by Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday — one long weekend of Christmas sales to kick off your holiday season. Money is tight for many…

Thanksgiving Feels More Important This Year

Here’s why it does — and what to do if you can’t have your traditional holiday. . We are all sick of 2020. Terms like “unprecedented” and “new normal” have been overused so much they’re basically meaningless. But as hard as this year has been, Thanksgiving seems to be hitting the country particularly hard. As governors and health officials and…

3 Things You Should Watch on Thanksgiving

Football is awesome, but these classics really represent the best — and worst — of the holiday. . Thanksgiving will likely be different this year, but one thing that is always the same for me: my Thanksgiving TV line-up. Although I rarely watch TV or movies, each holiday I make sure to get these three classics in, no matter what. If you’re looking for something…

3 Things to Try Right Now if You Feel Anxious

You’ll be surprised how well these work. . Anxiety is part of the human condition. There’s not a person alive who hasn’t experienced it. Anxiety includes feelings of nervousness, fear, and dread. Physical symptoms include lightheadedness, trembling, sweating, racing pulse, and difficult breathing. Anxiety is generally episodic. You might become anxious before a speech or a test or get triggered by…