Top 5 Meals to Have Before Summer Ends

As summer winds down and the academic calendar year is upon us it’s time to enjoy a few of the best meals the season has to offer before kids go back to school, and temperatures cool down. In case you need a reminder, we’ve made a list of the top 5 summer delicacies that can’t […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Everyday Hero – Village Summit Community Center Helps People in Need

Who knew that a vacant house could be transformed into a space of dreams and realizations? Marcus Brown and Chitra Pulliam did. With the desire to help their community in South Side Lansing, MI, they founded Village Summit, a community center that offers free lunch programs, garden work and temporary housing to children and families […]

Read full story Comments are closed

7 Tips to Help Keep Your Best Friend Safe and Cool All Summer Long

Spending the summertime with your dog means going outside and enjoying the sun! Taking your buddy to dog parks or for a morning jog provides them with the outdoor activities they crave during the cold months. But keeping him or her healthy and safe in the sun at its strongest is equally as important. Follow […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Get the Look for Less: Rash Guards

For the active beach goers – and fashion lovers –  the must have swimsuit this summer season is no longer the micro g-string thongs or teeny tiny bikinis, but the full coverage swim shirts in colorful patterns and detailed print styles. Also known as “Rash Guards”, the sporty-yet-sexy style is not only the favorite swim gear […]

Read full story Comments are closed

10 Tips to Make Your Canoe Camping Trip a Fun-Filled Experience!

Summer is finally here and so is the canoeing, camping, and sightseeing season. As the weather makes it easier to be outdoors, engage in recreational activities with your family and friends, and explore the wonders of nature and of beautiful spots never visited before. Here are 10 tips to make your canoe camping trip a fun-filled summer experience! 1- Test your […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Everyday Hero – A 16-year-old Provides Solar Energy to the Homeless

Influenced by his father and older brother, Joseph Strawn, 16, had always expressed his desire to become an Eagle Scout. But to earn the rank, Joseph had to first work in a service project that could benefit his community in Las Cruces, NM. Right away, he thought of working for Community of Hope, an organization […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Follow These Tips to Reach Your Summer Fitness Goals

Summer season is upon us, and it is one of the most anticipated times of the year. From going for long walks to swimming and grilling with family and friends, the warm season gets you moving. So to kick off the season, Free Country has come up with easy and simple tips to get you on […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Create this Beautiful DIY Vase with a Recycled Light Bulb

Did you know that you can turn a burnt out light bulb into a light bulb vase? Yes, you can! Instead of throwing it out, you can transform an old bulb into a clear glass vase and hang it around your garden or office space. You will need to gather: An old bulb A screwdriver […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Everyday Hero – Woman Advocates for Domestic Abuse Victims

In honor of over a decade spent working tirelessly on behalf of domestic abuse victims, Corina Gonzalez has been named as a Free Country Everyday Hero. Her efforts and motivation to help others exemplifies what it means to be a hero. Gonzalez, who lives in Lansing, MI, has volunteered for numerous social programs, but her […]

Read full story Comments are closed

Simple Tips to Make Your Next Camping or Hiking Trip Better

As we inch toward summer and the peak outdoor season, it’s time to consider how you make your next camping or hiking trip better. Below Free Country has provided tips on ways to save money, pack like an expert, guarantee good eats around the fire, and make sure you’re ready to hit the trails. Save […]

Read full story Comments are closed