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It’s Okay to Feel…

By Liz Sterling

My goal in writing this article today is two-fold. 1. To accept and be okay with where we are with azll our feelings, and 2. To become aware of our vibration and frequency so we can bring ourselves up as high as possible.

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Environmental Education Teach kids how protect the Earth

By Family Feature

Teaching kids about the environment from an early age starts lifelong habits and creates awareness about the way humans affect the Earth. Connecting those lessons to school is an easy way to reinforce how the whole family can make everyday changes that make a difference.

Sports Feature

Wish List For 2022? Peace And Success

By Mark Tudino

So adios 2021. My resolution is to look ahead with positivity, and to wish every reader health, wealth and that your favorite team gets to pop some champagne.

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Keeping People and Pets Together

By Family Feature

The bond between people and their pets has never been stronger. Eighty-one percent of pet parents said the increased time together during the pandemic made their four-legged friends feel even more like family, according to the Mars Petcare “Keeping...

Animal Heroes

How Stella Got Her Groove Back

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

Rebecca was 12 years of age when the phone rang in their rural Grant, Florida home. A neighbor had just discovered a bruised, scratched, thin and extremely dehydrated female pig, collapsed in his yard. “She looked terrible, I knew I had to help in any way I could,” said Rebecca.

The Art of Letting Go

Envy

By Jon Ellis

It is natural and human to desire what another person has created, usually through their hard work, persistence and talent. The difference between making such a desire a positive or negative energy in our lives comes down to whether it arouses the lower emotions of envy and selfpity, or inspires our imagination, motivating us to create a better life for ourselves.

From the Editor

Start 2022 with an Intentional Way to Close Out 2021!

By Brigitte Lang

We are entering the New Year and it can be traumatic, thinking of all the shopping, fantastic as well as crazy family gatherings, money spent, and the many gatherings of the prior month – OR it can be a simpler, more mindful period of closing out the year and getting ready for the coming year.

Clutter to Clarity

A Whole New Year!

By David Hall

When it comes to decluttering and getting organized for the New Year, I recommend taking a good hard look at your surroundings. What’s working? What’s not working in your home?

Dog World with Tina

Little Pup, Big Adventure

By Tina Valant-Siebelts

One early morning a small young dog squeezed through a fence, embarking on a big adventure. About 15 minutes passed before the owners realized they had left him outside. They frantically began scouring the neighborhood, joined by local police, friends, neighbors and dog lovers.

On the Bright Side

Radical Optimism

By Jonna Shutowick. M.S. Ed.

This column started out 20 years ago as a place to examine our everyday struggles in a positive light. It evolved from tales about my career challenges, parenting challenges to more personal growth struggles and analyzing where we fit into the larger picture. As have I.

Family Feature

What to Expect in Travel in 2022

By Family Feature

In addition to the 44 percent of families that said they’re more likely to work remotely from a place that’s not their home, extended stays are also on the rise. The vacation home site and app has seen a 68 percent increase in demand for three to fourweek stays over the past year.

Recipe of the Month

Vegan Kale Caesar Salad

By Forks over Knives

All kale Caesar! This quick and satisfying salad is perfect for a light lunch or paired with a veggie burger as a side dish. The cashew-based Caesar dressing comes together quickly and adds a luscious creaminess to a fresh mixture of hearty quinoa, earthy kale, and sweet tomatoes. Don’t forget the crunchy homemade croutons!

Happy Motoring

How Will California’s AB1346 Affect the Rest of the Country?

By Teresa Aquila

It has been a long and strong push by California’s CARB (California’s Air Resource Board) to eliminate small gas-powered equipment. Cleaning up the state’s air quality has been a mission for years, leading them to enact the extinction of these units..

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