breaking news
Healthy Food Factory Commissary Commercial Kitchen in Boca Raton, OUR KITCHENS ARE AVAILABLE 24/7/365 - Call (561) 394-7466 - Healthy Food Factory Commissary Commercial Kitchen in Boca Raton, OUR KITCHENS ARE AVAILABLE 24/7/365 - Call (561) 394-7466
Sign up for Newsletter
Email:
Anthony_Michael_Kulp_PA.jpg
HealthywayRX.jpg
TFTV_Comics_banner.jpg
Plumbing_Experts.jpg
Skyline_Aviation.jpg
Miller_Physical_Therapy.jpg
Alpha_Public_Incurance_Adjusters.jpg
Appleton_Chiropractic.jpg
Dan_s_Fan_City.jpg
Stellar_Public_Adjustment.jpg
Little_Havana.jpg
The_Amp_Shop___Music_Parlor.jpg
flooring_logo.png
All_Fencing___Repair.jpg
LovePlants.jpg
Healthy_Food_Factory.jpg
Open_house_Interior.jpg
A_H_Automotive.jpg
Dos_Amigos.jpg
Storm_Depot.jpg
Allure_Massage.jpg
PG EXPRESS_1.jpg
Nomad_banner.jpg
FinsFurs_Feathers.jpg
rss.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Celebrities

There is Always Something to be Thankful For!

By Liz Sterling

At this very moment as I open my laptop to write this article, it is raining. Not your everyday rain – sheets of rain, buckets of rain, howling rain, pouring rain,... With sunlight in my heart and gratitude for you, the readers of The Happy Herald, enjoy finding something to be thankful for everyday!

From The Heart

The Word and the Womb

How much should you tell other people about what is really important to you? Should you broadcast your dreams to everyone in hopes that others will honor your intentions and support you? Or would you be wiser to keep your visions to yourself and avoid debilitating criticism?

Sports Feature

Miami Heat 2021–22 Season Preview: Memorable or Mediocre?

By Mark Tudino

As we look into our collective crystal balls for the 2021-22 (can’t believe the year is almost over) Heat NBA season, a few things jump out at the casual observer. The first thing will be just that – observers. You see, for the first time in three seasons, fans will be allowed back into NBA arenas, and depending on where you live, that could mean a huge home court advantage – or just some more noise in the rafters.

Family Feature

Plan Ahead for This Year’s Holiday Vacation

By Family Feature

“We typically see December bookings peak in October and November, but families are locking in their holiday vacation plans much earlier than usual,” said Melanie Fish, Vrbo’s travel expert.

From the Editor

Using Gratitude to Cure the Impulse to Buy More Stuff

By Brigitte Lang

It’s funny to have two days with such opposing spirits come back-to-back in our calendars here in the U.S.: Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. One is about being thankful for what you have, and the other is about getting more of what you don’t have.

Family Feature 1

Managing Grief During the Holidays

By Family Feature

The holiday season may result in a renewed sense of grief, especially as well-intentioned individuals are encouraging those who are grieving to participate in traditional festivities.

Animal Heroes

Thank You for Saving Us

By Susan Hargreaves Author-Activist-Educator of AnimalHeroKids.org

You know that feeling, the warm lift of your heart, when you are truly able to help someone? It doesn’t require thanks or any kind or recognition. It simply lifts your spirit. You may even sleep easier when you are aware you have constructively helped someone, two-legged or four.

The Art of Letting Go

Addiction

By Jon Ellis

Addictions are as complicated and diverse as the people who have them. While smoking, gambling, using drugs including alcohol, eating unhealthy foods, and sexual addiction are just some of the more familiar destructive habits, gossip, self judgment and negative thinking are equally addictive and damaging.

Clutter to Clarity

Being Thankful this November

By David Hall

It’s that time of year where we deliberately give thanks. THANK GOODNESS we dedicate a holiday for thankfulness, right? Often times, we are scrambling, putting out fires, dealing with disasters, focusing on what’s NOT working. When all the while, with a deep sigh, a deeper breath, and a moment where we can collect our thoughts, we can then begin the appreciation process.

Dog World with Tina

Dog–Savvy Suggestions

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

As the holidays approach, we may be traveling with our own canine companions, or perhaps visiting family/friends where a dog resides.

Family Feature

Plan a Pet–Friendly Getaway

By Family Feature

For pet parents, traveling can be tricky, from finding a reliable pet sitter to worrying about your pet’s separation anxiety while you’re gone. To help alleviate some stress, consider a popular alternative: bringing your pet along for the journey..

On the Bright Side

Live, Love, Laughter and Happily Ever After

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

Thankfully, we did not worry about it. Thirty years ago we were married by a justice of the peace on a rainy November day in Rochester, NY. I suppose if my boys run into paperwork problems along the way, my mom will be winking at me from heaven.

Happy Motoring

Lithium and Geothermal, What’s The Connection?

By Teresa Aquila

Geothermal begins in the earth’s core, some 1,800 to 4,000 feet below the earth’s surface – making its way above ground, it creates hot springs, geysers, or steam beds.

Recipe of the Month

Perfect Side for Thanksgiving: Potato Snackers with Red Pepper Dip

By Forks over Knives

Using a combination of potato types gives these lightly seasoned crisps a variety of flavors and textures. Enjoy them with semi-homemade roasted red pepper hummus.

Happy Herald Header
 
Close
Close
Close