Month: April 2018

Foot Health Month

Did you know you have 20,000 nerve endings in the bottom of your feet? Your feet are sacred and many of us don’t show enough respect for our feet. Our feet support our lives as we walk, dance, and experience mobility. Today, get a pedicure or a foot massage. Maybe you can invest in a foot…
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National Bicycle Riding Day

Despite the chilly weather, today is National Bicycle Riding Day. When was the last time you rode a bicycle? Do you remember how much fun it was? Bicycling is playful, great exercise, and a great way to get your family outside together. You can join a bicycling group if you want to meet other people.…
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National DNA Day

It’s National DNA Day, a time for us to better understand DNA, genetics, and genomics. Events will be held across the country, in and outside of classrooms. Learn more at the National Human Genome Research Institute.  

Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

It’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day! You child watches you dress and leave for work each day but few actually experience where their parent works.  It is very powerful for your child to experience your work with you.  You are mentoring them as they observe your work in your workplace. Have fun…
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Patriot’s Day

This holiday honors the American troops that fought against the British in the American Revolution. Learn more about Patriot’s Day here.

Promotional Intro Video for the Mindful Living Network

Introductory promotional video for the Mindful Living Network

Man Couldn’t Say “Buttery Flaky Crust” and Became Famous!

Jack and Sonja Palmer, an adorable couple from Maine went viral in 2012 when they tried their very best to endorse their favorite restaurant in a local commercial. The restaurant was advertising some items on the menu but there was a problem. Jack couldn’t get his line right. Watch him try to say “baked in…
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National Ellis Island Family History Day

For a lot of Americans, Ellis Island is a part of their family history. Over 12 million immigrants entered the United States via Ellis Island from 1892 to 1954. Today is the day to honor our American heritage and to remember the beautiful, defining words of Emma Lazarus: “‘Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning…
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National Recycling Month

National Recycling Month is here! It is hard to believe that most of us are still not recycling. A friend told me to label my trash can as “landfill” to make me stop and rethink before throwing something away. It is a powerful reality when you see that you are filling up our precious Mother…
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Counseling Awareness Month

April is Counseling Awareness Month! Counselors are trained to listen with non-judgment. These gifted people share valuable wisdom and guidance to their patients. You don’t have to experience a horrible event to see a counselor. There are many ups and downs in life, so some advice and comfort are always welcomed. This month, evaluate your current…
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