Crossroads of hope and fear: Stories from a desert bus station
How do I buy a ticket? Can you help me make a phone call? Do you have diapers? Is there a sweater that would fit my daughter? Do you have pills for stomach aches? Is it cold on the bus? How will I know when I need to get off? Will I be able to find work here?
On The Fly: I Want To Diet With Hipsters
I also get that knowledge and action frequently live miles apart, if you get my drift. But I do ... Why? Because I live and breath by my cell phone, which means that MyFitnessPal app is never far from my hand. It lets me scan in the bar code for the food ...
The ‘SNAP Challenge:’ The claim that food stamp recipients get by on $4.50 a day
The name “food stamps” was dropped after the government replaced the paper stamps with a plastic Electronic Benefits Transfer card that is refilled every month. Retailers that ... That is what I used to feed my kids,” she said.
Food-Stamp Dilemma: Eating on $3.37 a Day
If not, well then, “you have to get ... do I feed my family?’ ” She and her family are among the 47 million Americans—and nearly 1 million in Louisiana—who use the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—the official name for food stamps ...
What does a stay-at-home mom do all day?
Before having my daughter I wondered what in the world stay at home moms do all day. I mean really, could it be that hard? You make sure they don’t kill themselves, and get to chill out all day. Why do people call it the hardest job in the world?