This may err on the side of old-school, but we have to be honest in asking; is new-school working for us?
Archives for June 2015
To reach The Haven’s Peak, guests need to climb 208 steps from the parking lot to the foyer of this mountaintop destination. Once there, they discover a micro-resort with only 5 cabins. The pergolas, swimming pools, landscaping and other man-made elements blend seamlessly with nature. This place breaks all the rules of outstanding resorts, and their guests love them for it.
Learning how to communicate effectively is part of the process of living a more liberated life. It involves learning how to come from a place of non-reactiveness and how to let go of your attachment to who you are in any given situation.
Teaching our dogs to do things can be great fun. But teaching them to NOT do things can be just as important. Taking a proactive approach to teaching our dogs when it’s time to settle can be much more productive and rewarding than interrupting or scolding them. It’s remarkably easy and can make for happier dogs!
Women are all connected, continuously on a journey of growing our minds, hearts, selves and way of life. We must advocate for all, and celebrate the women who inspire other women.
More than at any other time in recent memory, I am hearing the lament that the world is in a terrible state and that things just seem to be getting worse.
When the world’s youth asks for change, teachers are on the front lines trying to provide them with a quality education. We need to value the teachers in our society because if we don’t, we lose something bigger – hope.
Spilled Capsules from Prescription Bottle.Abuse of painkillers and addiction is an ever growing epidemic in America. Knowing how to manage pain without falling prey to crippling dependency is a difficult path to navigate for most people. Here are a few guidelines to help you manage your pain without becoming addicted.
An hour north of Milwaukee lies a Great Lakes vacation region that has been off the radar for much of the rest of the country.
It was just by fluke I noticed something moving in our maple tree one afternoon. When I went outside to my surprise I found a beautiful woodpecker sitting in the tree. Later I looked up what kind it was and found it was a typical North American bird called the Pileated Woodpecker.