Fresh Perspectives: Globe Trotters

April 30, 2017

By Ellen Miller     I’m sentimental and save things, probably too many things. The spring cleaning bug bit me recently and I discovered a stash of too many maps from our past travels. No, […]

The Garden Guy: Bouquet Dianthus

April 30, 2017

The Perfect Pansy Pal and Cut Flower for Sharing By Norman Winter   As we start the new year, many are focusing on giving. Giving encompasses more than writing a check. In the garden world, […]

What’s the deal with multivitamins?

April 30, 2017

By Helen Sanders, Health Ambition   Most people know that getting the right nutrition is important, especially as we age. Multivitamins are the little one-a-day supplement which although shouldn’t replace a good diet, can help […]

Yarn Bombing – The Art of Granny Graffiti

April 5, 2017

By Courtney McEwen   Click…click…click…go the knitting needles. The sound is a nostalgic one, bringing back memories of Grandma in her rocking chair. A captivated child sitting at her feet with the treasure of a […]

Mean, Green, Efficiency Machine

April 5, 2017

Our journey to improving our home’s overall health   By Courtney McEwen   One short year ago, home energy assessments seemed as familiar to me as the surface of the moon – a moon with […]

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