As a blogger, I'm a big believer in having evergreen or rainy-day posts on hand for times when last-minute emergencies might otherwise make you miss a post.
If you're supporting Donald Trump, then you're obviously going to Heaven. An infamous televangelist essentially made that claim this week.
When filling out paperwork for an upcoming doctor's appointment, I was a little surprised by a third gender option on the patient intake form.
For people looking to make a new friend but who don't want to go through the hassle of connecting, could a virtual human fill in the gap?
When someone finds the position they pridefully took on an issue is seriously wrong, we say it's time for them to 'eat crow.' Where did that come from?
Even bloggers who don't make any income on their sites need to pay attention to privacy regulations. And a new law just took effect on Jan. 1!
Religion is a topic I write about frequently here at ‘Patrick’s Place,’ so I thought it might be interesting to see my most-read faith posts of 2019.
Every time the tens digit in a year changes, people begin insisting we've just started a new decade. But is that really true?
When you write as many posts per year as I do, going back to choose the ‘best posts of 2019’ can be quite a challenge. But here are my picks of the year.
Since grammar is the most popular topic here at ‘Patrick’s Place,’ I thought it would be interesting to find the most-read grammar posts of the past year.
I was a little surprised when I stumbled across an article with suggestions about getting your blog ready for 2020. After all, how do you do so?
In my last post, I mentioned one television show I'm looking forward to focuses on what would happen if Christ came back today.
I stumbled across a list of the most anticipated new TV shows of 2020. But there are only two that I'm really interested in.
Christmas music is difficult to escape this time of year, but I've noticed that today's Christmas songs don't quite have the magic that they used to.