Category: Blog

Read More

Future Focus

Over the past several weeks, I have been thinking about this blog. I am guilty of being caught up in the blogging frenzy that has become so popular over the last several years. I have […]

Read More

Making Walking Fun

This year, as we take inventory of our New Year’s resolutions, many of us have vowed to get more exercise. Of course, you can invest in a gym membership or join a work out group. But some of us are opting just to get out more and walk. If that is your goal, here are a few ideas to make your next stroll a little more enjoyable.

Read More

Magic and Madness

Michael Barnes is more than a sculptor, he is part magician, part mad scientist. He prods, pinches and pokes his creations until movement and matter merge into something worth pondering. Sometimes, when you expect it the least, you find art worth circling back for.

Read More

Low Impact Bathroom

Many of us are making an effort to make a smaller footprint, waste less and save money As you’re making your way journey through the low impact lifestyle,  switching from plastic and disposable items to sustainable alternatives can be a challenge. Here are some changes to consider.

Read More

Hugging

We hug others when we’re excited to see each other, happy, or sad. Hugging is generally, universally comforting. But beyond comfort, hugging makes us healthier and happier. Here’s how.

Read More

Veteran’s Day Specials

Here’s a little shout out to my favorite veterans, my dad, brothers and currently deployed nephews… and all of the others who have sacrificed for our families and country. Here are 11 places veterans can enjoy a free meal on Veterans Day.

Read More

Haiku Sunday (92-95)

Oktoberfest My Oktoberfest Began with a mug of beer, Ice cold and frothy. My Oktoberfest, Packed with singing and swilling, Mugs clinking with “cheers!” My Oktoberfest Ended with a hangover, Languishing for days. Bye Oktoberfest, […]

Read More

Bronwyn

Sometimes you just want to write a story. Bronwyn leaned back after hours of slumping over her papers. She was displeased with the verbiage of the contract before her. Bronwyn had sold her father’s flat after […]

Read More

Meaningful Gifts

Most American homes have so much more than they need or will ever use. As the holiday season encroaches, consider low impact waste gifts this year. I know most people would much rather have an experience that […]