The Oxford Comma Can Add Years To Your Life

By Shelley Friend, Verlie Edwards and Leanne Ivey According to grammerly.com: “The Oxford (or serial) comma is the final comma in a list of things. For example: Please bring me a pencil, eraser, and notebook. The Oxford comma comes right after the word eraser. Use of...

2022 New Year’s Resolutions

Most people who make new year’s resolutions break them within a few weeks. So, what should we do differently this year to be more successful? Bestselling author Daniel Pink suggests seven steps, we should consider: “1. Look back on the previous year. New...

60 New Things in My 60th Year

by Nancy Amos Sometimes a pivotal life event will trigger major changes in one’s outlook or perspective. This happened to me in 2009 when I experienced a bad car accident. It stopped me in my tracks of working long hours and put me in the ICU for a week. I was off...

Hiking in the Foothills

by Tricia StephensTen winters ago, I moved with my family into the foothills of the Rockies west of Denver, Colorado. Previously I had lived my entire life, over fifty years, in Texas in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, so moving to the mountains everything was visually...

Making Art Can Be Healing

by Margo McCarthy At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; a wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and its integrity.  Rachel Naomi Remen, MD  I...

How One Health Industry Guru Finally Healed her Body

By Jessica EhrlichI have suffered from some sort of health issue or ailment for most of my life. I’ve been actively searching for answers for the last 20 years… To no avail until now.Fatigue, IBS, eczema, brain fog, and borderline hypothyroidism have almost completely...

Add Sunshine to Your Day: Vitamin D is the Way

By Kathy Mydlach BeroVitamin D is critical to your healthPerhaps you’re already familiar with a healthy body’s key nutrient – vitamin D3. It’s arguably the most important essential nutrient, working to keep your bones strong and inflammation in check while reducing...

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Summer Trip!

By Verlie Edwards How do you approach a road trip? With excitement, planning and a willingness to “go with the flow.” Really, all you need is a great friend and a full tank of gas! Last summer my best friend, Leanne Ivey, and I embarked on a cross country driving...

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