Eric Brad talks with Amanda Brothers of Sidekick Dog Training. Amanda has six dogs in her household, and she has lots of tips based on experience to make life in a multi-dog household a positive experience for you and your dogs.
Archives for June 2011
Samoa is a South Pacific paradise and the final resting place of author Robert Louis Stevenson who considered this land a true treasure Island.
Mary Rose writes an inspiring post to her family — an ode to life, half-empty, half-full and beyond measure.
Kane Ryan of Dirty Wall Project encounters two beautiful children in the slums of Mumbai. An unlikely pair, these two, Ashwini and Bhoomi, cling together amidst the abuse and lack of affection at home.
Fa’a Samoa means “the Samoan way”, and in this sincere land in the South Pacific, Vincent Ross discovers an unspoiled society where Reality TV is still seen as a contradiction in terms.
An inspiring portrait of nature, from a West Coast forest dweller.
What do you do with a kid who’s angry, depressed, disconnected, or all of the above? Lorna Shepardson knows a magical gift horses possess that can help bring young people from the depths of darkness to a glimmer of self-confidence. This is Lorna’s story.
Darcy Rhyno gets to know guitar maker Russel Crosby who, with his beautifully-made instruments, excels at his craft — yet he struggles to get the word out from his house in the Nova Scotia woods.
A student tries to wing it for an improv speech in an English class, and gets busted!
We ask for our problems to be solved, but we don’t like what shows up. Karen Luniw shares some tips on how to move through the fear so you can recognize opportunity when it shows up.