Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Must Read Summer Book List

I love summer reading. It’s that time of the year when cracking open a new book (or firing up my Kindle) seems not only welcoming, but necessary. Because summer is such a relaxed time of the year, it’s perfect for expanding your mind and your soul. For me, it’s become my “back to school” time […]

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You’re Never too Old to Be a Rockstar

Last week, my husband went online to purchase a recreational fishing license. He had the option to buy a lifetime license, which he thought would be the most economical. When reading the fine print he discovered that the lifetime fishing license was only good through the age of 64. Looking perplexed, I asked him what was […]

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What Bread + Flowers Taught Me About Love

When I got married, I worried that the minister didn’t know my fiancé and me well enough to deliver a heartfelt, engaging ceremony. We were, after all, getting married on a tiny island in the Bahamas and had just recently met this man of God, who also toiled as the town baker. For the days […]

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia Seeds ~ From Chia Pets to Superfood

Growing up in the 80’s, I was accustomed to seeing the Chia Pet commercials during my favorite television shows. I’d walk around the house singing, “Ch-ch-ch-chia!” And after a while, I went from thinking Chia Pets were stupid to actually wanting one. I begged my mom to buy me a Chia Pet. On a rainy […]

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