South Carolina, like so many other states that are as old as it is, has a long and storied history full of ups and downs. It's gone from an economic powerhouse, to a state struggling through economic difficulties, and back again multiple times. South Carolina has changed along with the American economy on the whole, really. When America was a major provider of agricultural-related goods, South Carolina was a leading source of that growth. But as businesses moved north and manufacturing and finance became the dominant drivers of the American economy in the early 1900s and mid to late 1900s respectively.
Staying organized can be hard due to the daily demands of life and it’s often on the bottom of the list of important things to do. Even the most organized people have some form of clutter in their home, whether a pile of paperwork stacked on a desk or old photographs lying around. But, over time, neglecting to organize items will instantly lead to clutter. To reduce and prevent junk from piling up in your home, take a look at the tips below.
Not everyone is aware of this, but summer can actually be one of the toughest times of year on silver jewelry. There are several things that factor into this, but there’s no question, your silver requires more care during the summer season. It’s not even a bad idea to invest in an anti-tarnish cloth during this time of year.
Contrary to popular belief, the Netflix show “Stranger Things” didn’t kick start the 1980s nostalgia comeback that has hit upon everything from clothing to technology. Rather, the throwback sci-fi program that truly appeals to viewers of all ages is the final crescendo of all things 30-plus years old. From the fashions that the show hits head-on to the less-the-subtle name-dropping of musical references, “Stranger Things” really nails the ‘80s. As such, it’s no wonder that more people are putting on their rose-tinted glasses and looking back on the decade that was. From arcades loaded with the best pinball machines to today’s way of re-imagining this pinnacle of the teenage experience, it’s time to get re-acquainted with ways to relieve a bold era in American history.