Month: March 2018

National Farmworker Awareness

National Farmworker Awareness Week raises awareness about farmworker conditions and honors their important contributions to our country. If you enjoy eating any food today thank a farmer. Living on a farm is work from before sunrise to past sunset. A farmer can do all their intense work and planning but can’t predict the weather that can…
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Healing From the Inside Out Day

We spend enormous amounts of money on our physical appearance, from our haircuts to the shoes we wear. Many of us focus on decorating the outside of our bodies because we have gaping wounds on the inside. Today, let’s focus on the inside. For Healing From the Inside Out Day, be aware of your negative feelings, like fear,…
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Toddler Demands Answers About Easter!

Don’t let her age fool you. This adorable four-year-old comedian has become a rising star in Scotland. She has taken the internet by storm with a comedy series on Facebook along with her father, Mark Nelson called News At 3 and recently won Best Actress at the Scottish Comedy Awards tackling topics from politics to…
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10 Tips to Survive a Disaster

Whether you survive a hurricane, tornado, flood, or plane crash, everyone needs to learn these simple tips to survive a disaster. Being prepared is the name of the game. You can not only save your life but the life of others. There are common disaster stress reactions such as disbelief, shock, disorientation, anger, fear, irritability,…
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Cabin Fever Day

Are you ready to kick cabin fever to the curb? This long, cold winter has kept so many of us stuck indoors for months! This is a great time to get out and go to a nursery to see new plants and garden ideas.

National Celery Month

It is National Celery Month. Celery is probably one of the most underappreciated vegetables there is. Although celery has a bad rap it does have many benefits. It is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is also a good source of vitamin K, vitamin A, and folate. March is National Celery Month, so why not try a…
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Garden Plan in One Weekend

The size of your garden will determine, in part, many aspects of your garden plan. Large gardens may require the use of tilers and other machinery, that can add extra cost into the plan of starting a garden. Small gardens may be worked more easily in small raised beds with footpaths surrounding them. Consideration needs…
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Disaster Stress Survival Tips

Disaster Survival is imminent.  Whether you survive a hurricane, tornado, flood or plane crash, everyone needs to learn these simple disaster stress survival tips. Being prepared is the name of the game. You can not only save your life but the life of others. There are common disaster stress reactions such as disbelief, shock, disorientation,…
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Let’s Laugh Day

Laughter is healthy. It lowers your blood pressure, increases your artery diameter, and sends tons of oxygen to the brain and other organs. Although today is Let’s Laugh Day, it’s important to find ways to laugh every day. Listen to comedic podcasts or watch comedies on television. Also, consider trying laughter therapy to help reduce…
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Breathing Meditation by UCLA

A breathing mediation video from the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA