We’re rolling into that time of year when we’re mindful of the months behind and future-gazing for the months ahead. As we close out 2019, we thought it would be fun to ask a few folks whose skills are helping power HiRoad to share their predictions on trends in aspects of modern life that we all might benefit from as we approach the next decade.
The fall season is the perfect time to think about all that we are thankful for. For many of us, that means looking back on our year, reminiscing about our positive experiences, gaining perspective on obstacles we’ve overcome, and celebrating how much we’ve grown.
Finding impactful ways to improve your green footprint is tough—especially if you’re already living mindfully. So where do you start? Surprisingly, your commute to work might be the answer…if you’re willing to ditch your car.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to help improve the lives of women and children in our Providence community, we’re working with Sojourner House in Rhode Island to help address a lesser known issue that affects victims of domestic violence: transportation.
It’s getting late but your bestie just called and invited you over to watch your latest streaming obsession. It’s a dark and stormy night, and they live all the way across town, but the next episode is calling.
Life is filled with big, exciting milestones. But major transitions often come with inevitable stress… luckily mindful choices can make both easier.
What is it about road trips that feed our spirits so much? Whether it’s a couple of days on the road to visit family or a cross-country adventure with friends, road trips are a must-have adventure.
Whether you’re a brand-new driver or you’ve been on the road for decades, there’s a good chance you’ve forgotten a few of the rules you learned in driving school.
HiRoaders are a diverse group of people that are interested in a broad range of things, each person holding a unique perspective. The more we get to know our community, the more we see a common thread playing out – when we come together, good things happen.