Jaclyn Strauss

Jaclyn Strauss, CPA is a mid-level executive for a Fortune 100 company with multiple passions. She is the founder of her own company called My Macro Memoir and has become a leading efficiency expert by putting her skills and knowledge to work by creating a secure place for families to digitally organize themselves with the thinking done for them. Jaclyn leads with her heart in all that she does and has a passion to serve the greater good of her local community and beyond.

Why is Wales Reducing The Speed Limit To 20mph?

In an effort to reduce burden on the National Health Service, Wales has reduced the speed limit to 20 miles per hour. The Ministers Have argued that the decision to lower the speed limit will reduce death toll and noise pollution across the nation.

US Launches $1bn Plantation Project To Mitigate Climate Crisis

The US government has launched a tree plantation project worth $1 billion to mitigate the impact of climate change. Communities around the United States will share the fund in order to plant trees to reduce the extreme heat. The money will be available to the public in the form of 385 grants to people across all 50 states.

Police Stops Car With A Huge Bull In A Passenger Seat

The Norfolk police department officials stopped a car for carrying a huge bull in the passenger seat. The police were shocked as they couldn’t believe the car could carry such an animal. The police said they thought they would find a small calf after hearing from the locals, but what they found out, it was a huge bull.

Video Shows Moment A Drone Hits Skyscraper in Moscow

An explosive drone hit a high skyscraper in the Russian capital, Moscow. Videos circulating on social media showed a huge explosion as the under-construction skyscraper was being targeted by military UAVs. While it is obvious that the attack has been orchestrated by Ukraine, the Russian neighbor has not claimed responsibility.

British Museum Sacks Employee For Stealing Artifacts

The British Museum has sacked one of its own employees for stealing artifacts from the Museum. The stolen items include jewelry, gold, gems and other precious stones. The suspect responsible is a staff member of the British Museum in London, an impressive tourist destination in the UK. The Museum said they were working with investigative experts to recover the stolen or any damaged artifacts.

German Military Struggling To Find Fresh Recruits

German Defense Minister has said that the country’s armed forces cannot attract fresh recruits. The Bundeswehr, the armed forces of Germany, is struggling big time to find new recruits amid increasing Russian threat from the eastern border. The German armed forces are increasingly worried about the public’s interest in joining the military, the ministry said.

Dismembered Body of German Businessman Found in Thailand

Thailand police have discovered the dismembered body of a German businessman who was reported missing on 4 July. The 62-year-old businessman named Hans-Peter Mack went missing on 4 July and Thai police were investigating his disappearance. Mack’s dead body was discovered in a freezer at a house in the southern city of Thailand, Nong Prue.

Brutal Heat Waves Blamed For 13 Deaths in Texas

Some of the major cities in the Southeast US have come under severe heat waves in recent days with some places recording 115 degrees. At least 13 deaths were reported in Texas and Louisiana due to extreme heat waves, according to the authorities.

Teen Wins $50,000 For Topnotch Suicide Prevention Project

A teenager Natasha Kulviwat won $50,000 at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair for her project where she studied brains of those who committed suicide. The 16-year-old spent around 6 months in a laboratory at Columbia University where she studied the brain tissues to investigate if there was something measurable in the brain to explain the phenomenon.

Andrew Tate Says BBC Reporter is in Love With Him

The controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate has tweeted about his recent interview with the BBC. Andrew Tate said that Lucy Williamson, a BBC interviewer, fell in love with him because he could sense her obsession. The BBC interview went viral on social media that took place almost two weeks ago.

Deadly Triple Train Collision Kills 300 in India

A devastating train collision has killed at least 300 people with more than 1,000 injured in the Indian state of Odisha. Three trains, two passenger trains and a freight train, collided with each other, according to eyewitnesses. A massive search and rescue operation is currently underway to locate and rescue the survivors.