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Planting Seeds in the New Year

By Dawna Matthews For the last few weeks, we have focused on celebrating holidays, surrounding ourselves with loved ones, and bringing closure to the year as we make room for the new. Most of us use the new year as a beautiful opportunity to resolve to grow and transform. I …

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Mental Health Care in America

By Kim Robson In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, everyone is talking about strengthening the guns laws in this country. And we do need better gun control, certainly. However, better gun control wouldn’t have prevented the deaths in Connecticut, where they already have some of the toughest gun …

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Genetically Modified Salmon Legalized

By Fredrica Syren Due to cost, more and more of our foods are becoming genetically modified these days.  However, we really don’t know what the long-term effects of these foods are because they really have not been tested enough.  Since GMO foods do not require labels, the scary thing is …

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Baked Egg and Avocado

By Fredrica Syren I bet you all are preparing for New Years Eve festivities by now but if you looking for something festive to eat for tomorrow breakfast to celebrate the first day of the 2013 here is a great one. This is a dish I made for Christmas day …

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Vision Board Your Way to an Extraordinary 2013!

By Julie Zeff One of my favorite things about this time of year is today – December 31st – New Year’s Eve – a new beginning full of endless possibility is right on the horizon. Having 3 small children has put an end to my days of running around town on New Year’s …

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Goodbye, 2012! Hello, 2013!

By Julie Zeff Can you believe it? It’s here again … that really special time. As December 2012 turns into January 2013, something almost magical happens. It is as if a door to the old closes, and doors to new opportunities open, inviting you in. It is a time of …

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The Importance of Zzzzzzz–Sleep And Naps For Kids

 By Kim Robson When my husband and I were dating, we used to hang out with friends at a particular coffeehouse. One evening, around 10:00 p.m., a couple we knew strolled by with their newborn. The baby wasn’t more than six months old, and was cranky and squirming in his …

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What … if Any … Is the Answer ?

By Fredrica Syren My heart sank when I heard of yet another massacre when innocent people were killed at the elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, on Friday. “How does this keep happening over and over again?” is the question in my head. And, of course, as a mom I’m getting so scared …

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