Decoding your emotional DNA
In her new book Decoding Your Emotional Blueprint: A Powerful Guide to Transformation Through Disentangling Multigenerational Patterns, Judy Wilkins-Smith, a world-renowned Family Patterns, Systemic Work and Constellations Expert, Author, and Motivational Speaker, offers guidance on how to decode your “Emotional DNA and shift the unconscious, inherited patterns that are no longer serving you.”
Fall-proofing your home: Katy senior care experts share simple tips to help prevent falls
Nearly three million people over the age of 65 go to the emergency room every year for fall injuries, and about one million of those occur at home, with 20% of cases resulting in serious injuries such as broken bones or head trauma, according to Seniors Helping Seniors, a company that hires active seniors to provide in-home senior care services for their less active counterparts.
These are the best and worst colors for car value retention, according to new study
A car’s color can affect how quickly it loses value, with the highest depreciating color losing almost four times the value as the lowest. After comparing the prices of more than 650,000 recently sold cars, the latest iSeeCars study determined which colors help, hurt, or have minimal impact on a vehicle’s resale value for Houston drivers.
Students shake up the toy box in time for Pride Month
Just in time for Pride Month, a team of student creators is bringing diversity and inclusion to the toy box with a new twist on a retro play pattern updated with characters as diverse as today’s world: Truly You! Character Creator from Spin Master, a fashion illustration activity set made for youth by youth.
Dancer and choreographer Courtney Platt on living with multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis affects nearly 1 million people in the United States, disrupts communication between the brain and the body, and can trigger a wide range of physical and mental challenges that can be hard to predict, change over time, and uniquely impact those living with MS. Some of those physical challenges include coordination, while the mental challenges include brain fog or memory issues.
How to have difficult conversations: ‘The Locker Room’ discusses discrimination, cancel culture
Damon West, a Professor of Criminal Justice at The University of Houston Downtown, and a nationally known keynote speaker, appeared on KPRC 2+ Monday to discuss his new book, THE LOCKER ROOM: How Great Teams Heal Hurt, Overcome Adversity and Build Unity.
Designer shares ways to make your backyard feel like a cozy oasis
The last two years have transformed how people entertain in their homes, placing a greater importance on outdoor spaces. One of the summer’s emerging design trends is the concept of bringing indoor furniture and décor outdoors to achieve a cozy feeling.
College keeps getting more expensive. That’s why it’s important to start planning now.
Local financial professional Ryan Wheless from Allied Wealth joined KPRC 2′s Owen Conflenti and Amy Davis on KPRC 2+ Friday to share his insights on 529 savings plans for education costs. Watch the full interview in the segment at the top of the page.
New study relates stress levels to the state of our vehicles
The emotional impact of the car we drive is strong, according to a new biometric study of vehicle owners conducted by HCD Research. In the study, participant’s feedback was compared with their brain activity as they evaluated cars in bad and good condition. Leading neuroscientists conducted the study to understand the evolving relationship people have with their vehicles.
How to avoid fraud after a natural disaster
Following disasters, insurance fraud can add millions of dollars paid out by insurers resulting in higher premiums. The National Insurance Crime Bureau’s President and CEO David Glawe appeared on KPRC 2 + Tuesday to share his insights on how to avoid fraud after a natural disaster.
VIDEO: What you need to know about maintaining your home
The last two years have seen a record-high surge in people seeking their first homes, with first-time homeowners making up more than a third (34%) of all homebuyers in the last year. However, house hunting, down payments, and closing costs are just the beginning of the journey.