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  • Growing Fruit

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Wouldn’t it be lovely to pick that perfect piece of fruit right in your own back yard? It really is not as difficult as you might think. You can grow a few diverse types a fruit in smaller spaces than most would imagine. Most fruit trees that you can buy for
  • Eat Your Vegetables!

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Here we are at the end of January and I have to wonder – How many of you have already given up on your resolutions? They say that is takes at least 21 days to make a change in your routine to stick. 21 days, now that doesn’t seem that long.
  • Om

    Sixty Seconds with Judi I don’t know about you, but I have the hardest time turning my brain off. A million thoughts go through my head like cars on a highway. Sometimes it feels as though they are all going in different directions, no lines or stop lights, just chaos. Recently I have been trying
  • Feeling Buggy

    Sixty Seconds with Judi This weekend I went down the shore with my husband. We sat outside by a beautiful campfire enjoying the evening. It was a comfortable temperature not too hot, perfect little breeze, just a lovely evening; until I became a banquet for every bug in existence. Can someone please explain to me
  • A Healthier Me

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Recently I have been consulting with a nutrition specialist. I am (Ugh Umm) at a certain age where I need to be more conscious of my eating habits. Long gone are those days where I can eat whatever I want and not see an immediate impact on my weight, blood sugar
  • A Friendship with the Earth

    Sixty Seconds with Judi Earth Day is celebrated around the world every April 22nd. The concept of Earth Day was born in 1970 in hopes to spark a global awareness of our destructive environmental behaviors. Did it work? Well from this idea, we as a nation, developed the Environmental Protection Agency supporting such things as
  • Following the Bluebird of Happiness

    Sixty Seconds with Judi “Be like the bluebird who never is blue, for he knows from his upbringing what singing can do” Cole Porter The bluebird population was struggling back in the 1970’s. But, with the help of the National American Bluebird Society, formed in 1978, trails have been started to help build the population
  • Good for the Soul

    This year I did not make any New Year’s resolutions. The last thing I needed was another promise to never eat bread or to work out more. So instead of a resolution, I decided take dance lessons and make an effort to spend more time with friends and loved ones. This year, I want to