Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger Joining your child on a field trip is one of the best ways to support your school district. And with a few vital tips, assisting the faculty can be both helpful and enjoyable. To learn how to curb the stress of chaperoning these class outings, I caught up with Cressalyn […]
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Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Mild late-summer days and chilly evenings have kick-started my fall cravings: hot cocoa, lined leggings, ankle boots, and pumpkin pies. I’m ready for it all. And I have to confess, I’ve already made and eaten the latter. Last week when I stumbled across one of my favorite gluten-free, vegan […]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger Karen Peterson, M.A. is no stranger to the mind-body connection. Since 1987, she has been treating and preventing physical, mental, and social degeneration by providing movement therapy to people of all ages. Certified in educational kinesiology, natural vision improvement instruction, touch for health instruction, and massage therapy, Peterson knows a […]
Posted by Laurie Fanelli, guest blogger Fall is my favorite season: trees showcase beautiful colors, cool breezes are perfect for comfy sweaters, and fun Halloween activities pop up all around town. What’s not to like? Thanksgiving and Christmas are typically associated with giving back, but there are just as many ways to get involved with your […]
Posted by Laurie Fanelli, guest blogger As the leaves turn into rich colors of red, gold, and orange, cool breezes prompt us to finally take our sweaters off the hook. Even before you feel the morning chill, the details of fall are unmistakable. One of the most noticeable (and most welcome) additions to the season is […]