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BE the Good

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ~ Mahatma Ghandi 2020 has been a year for the books. A worldwide pandemic, quarantine, layoffs, earthquakes, fires, demon locusts, food shortages, economic crises, George Floyd’s murder and the ensuing Black Lives Matter movement…the list goes on and on. As Melissa and I have

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BE the Good

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ~ Mahatma Ghandi 2020 has been a year for the books. A worldwide pandemic, quarantine, layoffs, earthquakes, fires, demon locusts, food shortages, economic crises, George Floyd’s murder and the ensuing Black Lives Matter movement…the list goes on and on. As Melissa and I have

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BE the Good

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ~ Mahatma Ghandi 2020 has been a year for the books. A worldwide pandemic, quarantine, layoffs, earthquakes, fires, demon locusts, food shortages, economic crises, George Floyd’s murder and the ensuing Black Lives Matter movement…the list goes on and on. As Melissa and I have

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Making the Most Out of Summer 2020

Major attractions and vacation destinations remain closed, stay-at-home orders and travel restrictions are still in place, and travelers are anxious about the virus or disheartened by new safety measures. Make the most of summer 2020 with these 25 suggestions! I have a dear cousin who has been waiting over a year for a much-anticipated summer

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Embracing Our New Normal

All around our globe, amidst the chaos, there is also good happening. Communities are coming together, families are spending more time together, c02 emissions are down, the list of good can outnumber the bad if we focus on the good.

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Change Begins With Me

While it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the problems plaguing the world, there are ways for us to take action now. We can do better. I can do better. Change starts here.  The recent sadness and heartache populating the news has caused personal and public reflection. This constant self-reflection has many, including myself, asking,

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Self-Care

Surviving & Thriving Quarantine with Children

“Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.” ~ Mr. Rogers Right around the time when quarantine madness started happening, I was on the phone with a friend who has four children. She told me how excited she was about an activity she had set up for her children, but how her

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