Monthly Archives: July 2011

Stress: how do you handle it?

Sometimes it seems like we are more prepared to deal with the big issues that come up in life.  Sure, they are difficult and painful, but we know that how well we weather these catastrophes in our life whether they … Continue reading

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It’s that time of year again: back to school

Depending on where you live, your children may be heading back to school as soon as in the next couple of weeks.  Here are some suggestions to make your life and your child’s transition to a new school year a … Continue reading

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News from around the Web

This issue is near and dear to my heart because my grandmother has Alzheimer’s.  I think it is pretty incredible that in rare, genetic forms of the disease they can now connect changes in the brain that occur 10 to … Continue reading

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July garden photos

Here are a few photos I took when we were visiting my parents recently.  Talk about being in the right place at the right time, I was hanging out with my mom and daughter on the patio when I turned … Continue reading

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DIY: Supplementing your compost pile with a worm bin

Installing a worm composting bin is a great way to supplement your compost pile.  Also, if you don’t have space for a full compost pile, a worm bin is a great alternative.  They’re small and compact, and will flourish with … Continue reading

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