Ways to Say

  1. Dr. Seuss’s Most Magical Made-Up Words

    Let’s take a quick look at some of our favorite examples of Seuss's fanciful linguistics.

  2. What Are The Best Words To Use To Explain Death To Kids?

  3. 11 Words To Use If You Say “Sorry” Too Often

  4. 9.5 Different Ways To Ask Kids About Their Days

  5. 10 Archaic Yet Romantic Words For Valentine’s Day

  6. How To Say “No” With Words That Will Make Coworkers Listen

    No, nay, nix … there are many ways to say no, but how can you say it so people actually listen?  In today’s society, the word no is often viewed as a starting point for negotiating. That can be frustrating, if not dangerous, for many people. It can be especially hard for those who struggle to say the word in the first place, either out …

  7. Have You Used These Modern Ways To Express Anger And Frustration?

  8. Are You An Aquarius? These Words Are Calling Your Name

    Just after the season of Capricorn comes to a close, the age of Aquarius is upon us. It usually runs from January 21–February 18. In addition to claiming one of the best songs about an astrological sign ever (“This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius …”), Aquarians are a special bunch.   Aquarius is the 11th sign of the zodiac. Common characteristics often used …

  9. True Cheese Lovers Will Want To Know These “Cheesy” Words

    Whether it’s on pizza, in a turkey sandwich, or melted in a pot, cheese is a food that’s incredibly popular and used in many different kinds of cuisines around the world. It’s been around for so long that cheese is considered an ancient food that has been made since the domestication of animals. Although it’s derived from animal milk*, cheese comes in different varieties that …

  10. Stop Using These Phrases in 2020 (Use These Synonyms Instead)

    We all misspeak or misuse words sometimes. Maybe we’ve latched onto phrases our parents handed down incorrectly. Or perhaps we picked them up from a movie, television, or social media with no clue they were being used inappropriately—or even worse, offensively.  It’s OK; most of us unknowingly use problematic words and phrases from time to time without thinking about their origins or how they could …