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Each year when March rolls around, it marks the official start of spring about midway through the month. This year may feel a bit different than last given the pandemic that continues to stretch forward and all of the changes we’ve experienced with its presence. What better way to ward off the COVID and winter blues than by enjoying the fresh air of the season?
With spring well underway and summer ahead, many of us are looking to get out of the house and enjoy the season. For those who have time, volunteering is a fantastic option to get more involved with your community, make friends and explore new interests. Below are a few places you can volunteer in your area.
Once September makes an appearance, it has a way of making us feel as though fall has arrived. The temperatures may still be balmy, but the promise of the coziest time of year can’t be beaten. And although most of us aren’t quite ready for pumpkin spice-drenched treats, the end of summer is joyous enough to celebrate.
Possibly the best part of the weather warming up and easing us into summer is the opportunity to start exploring nature again or even enjoying the sun in your own backyard. April is probably one of my favorite months simply because the weather is near perfect (never mind the rain), and
As the summer season and promise of fair-weather fun approaches, so does the risk of dehydration and heatstroke. And although it’s American Stroke Awareness Month, who’s to say that heatstroke can’t be included in that? Summer Health: 3 Tips to Avoid Heatstroke and Dehydration According to Healthline, seniors are at a higher risk of dehydration for a multitude of reasons. One of which is a lowered thirst response. https://lifestylesafter50.com/2022/05/11/summer-tips-avoid-dehydration/
The New St. Pete Pier

The New St. Pete Pier

Thumbnail image from The Architect's Newspaper Opened in July of this year, St. Pete’s new pier has been a huge hit with both locals and tourists. A proclaimed modernized upgrade from the old St. Pete...
Thumbnail image from rhstoday.com An area favorite and tradition, Christmas Town at Busch Gardens plans to grace the Tampa area with daily festive cheer from November 20 to January 3.   About Christmas...
Here we are in August again. The sweltering heat may be getting to some of us at this point (if I’m not in air conditioning or a body of water, I turn into a different person). But fear not—we have plenty of tips inside on how to get through the heat, stay hydrated and even enjoy the rest of the summer with tasty recipes.
Thumbnail image from Pixabay SARASOTA, Fla. – Beginning in March through June 30, any dog or cat adopted in the Sarasota area can receive a free veterinary exam and free telehealth visit, thanks to Airvet and...
Thumbnail image from Ballpark Digest Sarasota County is the new home of Atlanta Braves’ spring training. Constructed with the guest’s experience in mind, this brand-new stadium is complete with everything that a baseball fanatic...
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