Monday, September 26, 2016

Want to Join a Singing Group?

Happiness comes in music and friends.
By Carrie Vittitoe

Marty Woelfel didn’t sing in a chorus in high school or college, although she did sing a bit with a church choir during her younger years. She would often become frustrated because bass parts were not written for women, and she would have to modulate her voice to sing a man’s part.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

A Great Tool for Caregivers & A Soup You Will Love

Have you read our new issue of Today’s Transitions? This season, we have a good plan you can follow for enhancing every part of your life. Here are a few ways you can begin the process and make your fall season memorable. Here are five fresh ideas for fall...

Saturday, September 24, 2016

3 Things to Do When Life Is Not Going Your Way

By Torie Temple

When You Feel Discouraged
Feeling discouraged doesn’t have to be a bad thing, says Katie Gangler, licensed clinical social worker of Better Self Counseling. “I think feeling discouraged can be a healthy reality to failing if kept in check,” she says. “I don’t think it can be avoided if you don’t meet your goals.

Friday, September 23, 2016

How Megan Shaver Brings Positivity into Her Life

Staying motivated
“My athletic group motivates me! Seeing a variety of people working out no matter the age, gender, or weight keeps me going. If they can do it, I can do it! I try to go hard at every workout so that I can make a positive impact on those around me.”

The Basics for Good Living

By Bob Mueller

Once our physical needs are met, the basic desires of the mind and heart remain. Simple pleasures feed our essential selves: listening to music, being outdoors, seeing a beloved face at the door, laughing all the way, knowing we did our best work, wearing clothes softened by age, reading all day, watching a flight of wild geese, and breathing deeply. Such soul food has been at our fingertips all along.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Win Tickets to a Pink Night Out Celebrating the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

It’s a Pink Out! If you are looking to give back to the community by celebrating the work of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, look no further than this event. We're giving away four tickets (valued at $100 each) to attend the ‘I Pink I Can’ fundraiser at Yew Dell Gardens on Thursday, October 20. You can experience a night of fun and festivity, and every $100 provides a mammogram for someone in need. Grab your friends and support a worthy cause, enjoying a live DJ, a pink carpet photo op, hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, raffle prizes, shopping and more.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Why and How Do I Get Permanent Makeup?

By Alissa Hicks

To most people, getting permanent makeup is either the scary image of tattooing on eyebrows or the luxurious thought of lasting, precise eyeliner. But this local esthetician answers your questions.

Yvonne Hubrich, licensed esthetician and owner of Polished Beauty & Permanent Makeup has been applying permanent makeup for the past eight years. We went to her to get all the details about the procedures.

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