Healthy Living: How to Survive Cold Weather Exercising

New Year’s resolutions are born during the coldest season of the year. For many, the idea of running is hard enough without adding a layer of snowfall to the equation. Don’t let foul weather discourage you from continuing with fitness goals. By following a few simple suggestions,  winter running can become just another hurdle you’ll [...]

Organization Makes Garden Planning Fun

If you’ve never gardened than it’s pretty easy to become overwhelmed with your first excursion into the wild world of planting. There are so many seeds to choose from, not to mention soils and pots. One way to cut the choices significantly is to go eco in your garden. When you make choices based on [...]

Rev. King Would Have Wanted Peace to Begin at Home

“All I’m saying is simply this, that all life is interrelated, that somehow we’re caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. For some strange reason, I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to [...]

Find Local Community Sponsored Agriculture to Save Money

Many families are trying to figure out how to live healthier lives. Documentaries like Food Inc. are opening eyes and hearts forcing people to think about where their food comes from. Small town folk may not have to do much searching, if at all, to find fresh produce. Most smaller communities even know the local [...]

Bento to Better Health

A new year always seems to set the mood for making decisions for better living. It offers a fresh start for reevaluating decisions and lifestyle changes we may have tried in the past. Through years of failed dieting, I have come to realize that smaller changes lead to long term success. One way I have [...]