People are turning their backyard sheds into wine shacks for an at-home bar experience

‘The quarantine has seen many people taking a stab at new hobbies (indoors, of course) such as baking, collecting house plants, and—for the younger ones—making a bunch of TikTok videos. Luckily, people are coming up with new ideas to jazz up their quarantine time, and one of those is building modern backyards with wine shacks.

Man builds special ‘chariot’ so his elderly golden can still go on outdoor adventures

What makes going on adventures so much better is experiencing them with your best friend. Donny Marchuk of Calgary, Canada, knows this to be true. In fact, he has been doing exactly that for over 14 years with his constant sidekick: his Golden Retriever, Sully. Be it outdoor hikes, snowshoe treks, and climbs, Donny has taken

Special needs dog wins over the internet after heartbreaking adoption story

Jack, a 9-month-old American Bully with spina bifida who got stood up by his potential adoptive family, is getting closer to finding his forever home. About a week ago, the dog’s foster family prepared for him to meet his potential adopter. They gave him a bath and made him wear his fancy harness and Mickey

Kentucky school principal steps up to bring kids home amid shortage of bus drivers

Janet Throgmorton knows that being a principal meant that she would have to wear many hats. Because of the world’s current situation, the devoted educator was compelled to fulfill a new and essential role. “Miss Janet,” as her students call her, recently became Fancy Farm Elementary’s newest school bus driver. She stepped up and assumed

Overweight mom of two loses 130 pounds, becomes ultra-cyclist and triathlete

If you’re on the lookout for motivational weight loss stories, this one will surely make it to the top of your list. Tatianna Wawrzynski, 37, from Gilford, New Hampshire, has always lived an active lifestyle. She grew up downhill skiing and horseback riding. In college, she played softball and took up running. Any activity that

School principal takes night job at a local Walmart to support his low-income students 

North Charleston High School Principal Henry Darby will do anything to help his students, even when it meant taking on three different jobs simultaneously. Despite his loaded schedule, Darby—also a longtime county councilman—recently took on a third job. He now works at a Walmart three nights a week, stocking shelves from 10 p.m. to 7

Meteorologist handled adorable ‘interruption’ like a pro when her infant son crashed her live broadcast

This meteorologist mom’s recent experience during a live broadcast showed how the work-from-home situation looks like for many parents with infants. Leslie Lopez of KABC was doing her live weather report from her home in Los Angeles, California, on January 8 when a surprise guest suddenly appeared into the camera shot: her adorable 9-month-old son,