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Healthy Living

Creating the Ultimate Vision Board

By Karen Ellis-Ritter

A vision board can be a very powerful manifestation tool. It can even serve as a visual enhancement to your daily meditation. However, a vision board is only as useful as its intention and execution. In this article, I will detail the ingredients and techniques necessary to create the perfect vision board – and the things to avoid, that would likely dilute its effectiveness.

Celebrities

Who Are Our Heroes?

By Liz Sterling

When we think of heroes, a variety of images pop in to mind. Fictional superheroes, like Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman give way to the mythological figures of Orpheus, Icarus, Perseus or Heracles. Of course, historical heroes including Joan of Arc, Julius Caesar and George Washington have left deep impressions in the expanding hero list.

Family Feature

Emergency Preparedness Tips to Help Ensure Pet Safety

By Family Feature

When it comes to managing pet safety during an emergency, the unpredictable can make the preparation process even more difficult. Regardless of a pet’s size or demeanor, without proper planning, a disaster can take a toll on a pet. Keep in mind that all pets are different, particularly when the unexpected occurs.

Sports Feature

A Christmas Wish List for the Teams We Care About

By Mark Tudino

The fall season is upon us (though you could never tell here in South Florida) which means the big fat man in a red suit will soon be visiting us, trying to see who’s been naughty and who’s been nice. For the teams we root for, the things they most need won’t always be the flashiest or the most expensive toy – but it’s what they could most use to take the next step.

On the Bright Side

Rethinking Drinking

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

The holiday season is a great time to amp up the mindfulness quotient by pausing and reflecting on the temptation to overindulge. From parties to presents to “getting it all in” before January 1, the holidays can make us behave in ways opposite their meaning. For some of us it’s spending, for others, eating… for me, a bit too much cheer.

Dog World with Tina

Eat Me?

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

The Lychee and Dog Meat Festival is relatively new. It began in 2009, conceived by the dog meat trade to boost lagging demand and create tourism. Held in Yulin, Guangxi, China, this annual summer solstice celebration spans 10 days. An estimated 10,000- plus dogs (and cats) are tortured, skinned and cooked alive.

Feature Articles

A Successful Animal Hero Kids First!

By Susan Hargreaves

I began consistently working to help other animals who were in dire need of aid in 1980 in Canada. Forty years later, I am still constantly re-evaluating the best ways to be more effective. This month another first, a milestone occurred for Animal Hero Kids, the charity I founded to educate and empower youth to compassionate action.

Recipes
Recipe of the Month

Savory Holiday Stuffed Squash

By Peta

Delicious, Mouth-watering, Vegan/Plant-Based Recipes

Earth Talk Q & A

Dear Earth Talk:

By Earth Talk

TOMS may have been the first company to implement a “one-for-one” model, whereby it matches customer purchases with donations of free shoes to those in need in developing countries. But dozens of other businesses are now following suit with their own so-called “in-kind aid” programs.

Restaurant Reviews

Waterway Café

For Fabulous Food in a Breathtaking Setting

By Arnold Leir

One if by land and two if by sea – so goes the legend, but at Palm Beach Garden’s Waterway Café, customers can come by land and by sea. Abundant space is available for vehicles and boats. The elegant waterside ambiance has been a draw for three decades.

Happy Motoring

The Future of Transportation

By Teresa Aquila

Have you ever wondered what the future of transportation might look like? With the increasing traffic on our roadways, from traffic jams to cities filled with smog, our current state of transportation doesn’t seem to be adequate in moving people from point A to point B.

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