- 11:59 am Thursday, September 28th, 2017 by Staff Writer
It’s been a jarring few months for America and though I always say my show, my platform, is not about politics or rhetoric, I too felt myself being caught up in the swollen rushing river of frustration.
Have you found yourself feeling a lot of angst lately?
Let’s hit the reset button friends. Let’s take a deep breath and love someone.
“Love Someone,” it’s not just a sappy jingle for the show, it’s my mantra and mission in life; something I believe in heart and soul.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed by things out of your control, the easiest, most humble thing you can do [More]
- 4:54 pm Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 by Staff Writer
Has everyone accepted that summer is coming to an end? It’s difficult for me to face this reality, but with all the kiddo’s back in school, and our morning and afternoon routines beginning to take shape, it’s pretty hard to deny.
Having the kids away does give me more time in the middle of the day to focus on other things, and even though I’ve got a little man tied to my back or nestled in my arms these days, I still have some freedoms I didn’t when everyone was home and underfoot.
One of the things I do around this time [More]
- 5:57 pm Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 by Staff Writer
When brainstorming for this month’s newsletters, I thought wrapping the month around a “Clean Slate” theme would be fun.
As I wrote in the Monthly, kids are headed back to school, summer is winding down, and now is a really, really, great time to take stock, and start the autumn months with a clean slate. I planned on writing of many ways that you could do this, and showcase some good ideas and fun projects, but…
Life, and in this case, nature, often make other plans for us while we aren’t paying attention. Like hurricanes, wildfires, and earthquakes… So much devastation these [More]
- 5:27 pm Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 by Staff Writer
September has arrived and as our kids return to their slates, I’m cleaning mine!
The beginning of a new school year is my signal to change things up. I scoop the detritus from the high-tide line; the ring around the perimeter of the house and further inward. The flotsam and jetsam of flip flops in ever corner, water bottles and to-go cups, beach bags, bathing suits, bikes and helmets…
I sweep out the dust and gravel and sand from every nook and crevice, a sign of all the ins and outs, comings and goings, of kids and dogs and guests through the [More]