Kids Stuff to do on Holidays

It seems kids have at least one day off a month from school for some reason or another and then there is the year end breaks. In our area schools close basically the last 2 and 1/2 weeks of December and first week of January. It’s a large amount of time where parents are jugglingContinue reading “Kids Stuff to do on Holidays”

What I Know for Sure About Fall

Those crisp leaves of bright colors sure have a way of telling us a few things about change. What was once green and lush is now yellows, reds and browns filling the ground all around us. There is very little that doesn’t change and the kindest of changes are the ones we see gradually andContinue reading “What I Know for Sure About Fall”

It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…

This post was inspired by my son’s love of reading the Captain Underpants series and the classic Peanuts Halloween TV show. It is a little different than my normal blog posts so I hope you enjoy a little light-heart fun this week of Halloween. Chapter 1 – It Always Rains at Night It was aContinue reading “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…”

Crunchy Leaves and Joints

It’s not a coincidence that as the leaves start to crunch under our feet each day that we find own body a little stiffer, achy or even in pain particularly in the joints. We are a little slower to rise out of our warm beds in the mornings when it is cooler and still darkContinue reading “Crunchy Leaves and Joints”

Fighting Fall Flu

As this season rolls into full bloom we notice not only the changes in temperature, how we feel emotionally and the tidings of harvest we also notice our health. We notice how our body feels in these changes and how our energy is impacted by what is occurring around us. We notice summer tans fadingContinue reading “Fighting Fall Flu”