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Self Awareness

By Liz Sterling

In many of the wisdom teachings, the mind is the culprit for unhappiness. Buddha said, “The mind is everything. What you think you become.” Often in Buddhism, the term “monkey mind” is used referring to the swinging from thought to thought and the chattering and endless carrying on that happens in our minds.

From The Heart

Are You Ready to Take off Your Mask?

As I was checking out of a grocery store, I asked the clerk if she was looking forward to removing her mask when our state releases its mask requirement soon. “I’ve kind of gotten used to it,” she replied. “I might keep wearing it even after I don’t have to.”

Sports Feature

From Great Loss Often Emerges Great Triumph

By Mark Tudino

Hi. Time to enter our Wayback Machine and set the dials for December 22, 2003. It’s a Monday night, and the Green Bay Packers are in Oakland to play the Raiders. It’s three days before Christmas, and while the focus is on Packer QB Brett Favre, it’s not for the usual reasons. You see the day before, Brett’s dad – Irvin Favre – had passed away.

Feature Articles

Be an Animal Hero for ALL!

By Susan Hargreaves

One of the facts about people I have learned from my 40-plus years visiting schools and libraries to give “Be an Animal Hero” presentations is they do not wish to be purposely cruel. When individuals discover that each time they go grocery shopping or decide which form of entertainment to choose, or which cosmetic or cleaning product to buy, they can be animal heroes, then they do just that.

Dog World with Tina

Unexpected Additions

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

Two large senior dogs were in need of new homes, preferably together. They didn’t expect this disruption to their cushy life. A heartbreaking dilemma, I strived to maintain my focus on finding the right home(s). The pool of prospective adopters shrinks to a tiny mud puddle when people hear a dog is 10-plus years old.

Family Feature

Safe Summer Driving Ensure your tires are ready for the road

By Family Feature

Normal driving, turning and braking on hot roads can pose safety risks to your vehicle and tires. Whether you are simply commuting or planning a road trip this summer, these tips from the experts at your neighborhood Discount Tire store can help keep you safe on the road this summer.

On the Bright Side

Life in My Closet

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

I’ve always fondly referred to my closet as my “Room of My Own,” and my copy of Virginia Woolf’s book is front and center on one of the shelves. My closet is full of my creative endeavors. Paintings on the walls, journals upon journals of songs and poetry, and even about a hundred pairs of rose-colored glasses that I bought on a whim on my 40th birthday when I had dreams of starting RoseyShades, the “attitude accessory” company. It’s my Dream Cave.

Clutter to Clarity

Free Yourself Up During the Month of INDEPENDENCE

By David Hall

This JULY I invite you to FREE YOURSELF from the bondage we suffer with TMS (Too Much Stuff). We simply all have TOO MUCH STUFF. How’d we get in this mess in the first place? Well, there are many reasons we end up with a ton of clutter. Inheritance, garage sale binging, collecting, shopping therapy and so on.

Family Feature

How to Help Manage Pet Separation Anxiety

By Family Feature

For more than a year, working from home and keeping social circles small due to COVID-19 has meant people have been able to spend more time with their pets. However, as more Americans are vaccinated and restrictions loosen across the country, it’s likely many are spending less time at home with their pets.

Healthy Living

A Fond Farewell

By Karen Ellis-Ritter

Dear Reader, It’s been a wonderful three and a half years that I have written monthly articles in the Happy Herald. As a Vegan Transition Coach, much of my focus here has been offering you tips on going vegan easily, affordably and joyfully!

Recipe of the Month

Easy Grillable Veggie Burgers

By Forks over Knives

Easy, grillable veggie burgers with just 10 ingredients (give or take a spice). Perfect for summertime grilling. Hearty enough to please meat eaters and vegans alike!

Earth Talk Q & A

DEAR EARTH TALK:

What are the best Instagram feeds to follow lately if I’m into environmental activism and fighting climate change?

By Earth Talk

Indigenous Climate Action uses its @indigenousclimateaction account to motivate and empower both youth and adults on climate activism by reminding them of the human connections to land, water, community, culture and the sense of responsibility toward future generations exemplified in indigenous communities.

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