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Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Weaver of Wesley Chapel

“All of my creation is an effort to weave a web of connection with the world.” - Anais Nin Thousands of miles away from the Pasco...

Eternal Bloom

by Amanda Smith Strong, radiant and oh so peaceful, at 57 Wendy O’Lenic may as well be the picture of health - and beauty. With...

Forever Fashion

Female fashion fans. Feminists chide them for dressing for men and sustaining cultural vanity, minimalists scold them for perpetuating a wasteful, materialist world and...

A TRIBUTE TO MOTHERHOOD

In need of a last-minute Mother’s Day gift? Check out Jena Pincott’s Mom Candy: 1,000 Quotes of Inspiration for Mothers. Filled with delightfully relatable...

May 2016: Celebrating Our Coming of Age: A reader-inspired evolution on-and-offline

Dear Readers, “It’s a very ancient saying, but a true and honest thought, that if you become a , by your you’ll be taught.” That’s...

TO DO: Florida Gardening Guide: Tips & Tasks for May

All year long, we’re featuring tips and tasks for successful gardening in the Sunshine State - and the month of May is all about...

April 2016: Unlocking the key to your legacy

  Dear Readers, They say a writer should always shy away from the outwardly cliche, but perhaps there’s a time and a place to embrace many an...

Oh, that crazy cucumber!

By Teri Pizza Commonly conceived as a vegetable, originating from the gourd family and technically a fruit, although its contents are actually 96% water, the...

Tis the season with this light spring salad

With all of the amazing produce available at springtime, one of the best ways to enjoy it is in a fresh seasonal salad. It...

The Voices of Lifestyles After 50: “Share Your Story” winner Jaime Nicole Graham’s essay...

  A YOGA TO LIVE BY by Jaime Nicole Graham A mom of three and an aquarian with great zeal for all aspects of life, I can...
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