Ever wonder why you feel better after taking time outside? Well, wonder no more because research tells us that spending time out of doors boosts your mood, lowers stress, and improves your concentration. This can include taking a short walk or simply sitting outside and listening … [Read more...] about Let’s Hike: Jefferson Memorial Forest
Last month, dating expert Elizabeth Lewis highlighted a few common myths of online dating and what really might be happening in these scenarios. This month she dives into two more myths and shares her expertise on how to navigate these common online dating concerns. 1. I’ve … [Read more...] about Dating Today: Common Myths of Online Dating
We talked to Chuck Bent, age 69, about how he got started on his fitness journey in his 50s -- and we all can learn from his approach and attitude. I had been fit and active until my early 30s when I changed careers from one that was physically demanding to one where I was … [Read more...] about How One Man Got His Fitness Back in His 50s
Karen Stobbe’s dad was diagnosed with dementia more than 25 years ago and since that time, she has dedicated her life and skills as a theater professional into training others. “I went to every workshop, conference, and read every book. I wrote a performance about caregiving, … [Read more...] about Go With The Flow: Caregiving for someone with dementia might require a little acting.
Unusual and rare vintage pieces are what you’ll find at No Direction Home located at 2509 Grinstead Drive. Owner Kelli Wicking travels to England where she hand picks the vintage items found in her store. She imports what she’s selected in a 40-foot container about twice a year … [Read more...] about What’s Trending In Fall Decor: Vintage Pieces and Mix and Match Styles