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Mind Games: A Good Walk Spoiled 

This column applies to any activity requiring being totally present. Golf is a perfect example.   Why does a game that is supposed to be fun and relaxing often turn into a frustrating, miserable experience? It’s time spent out in nature (manicured as it may be), with friends. What could go wrong? A person addresses the […]

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Being Water Wise During This Dry Year 

All signs point to another dry summer in Northern Arizona this year. For gardeners, this raises the dilemma of how to enjoy growing flowers and foodstuffs during a time when conserving water is not only ecologically desirable, it’s a necessity.  The key is cultivating a garden that is water-wise.  It is not necessary to sacrifice […]

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Coral Evans

Protect Our Forest, Especially During Drought

Hello!   Hopefully, by the time you read this, it will have rained. As of its writing, I’m wondering if I plant some tomatoes in the garden can I maybe tempt the weather into snow? It’s dry, really dry, and right now, windy. Large parts of our treasured national forests are closed, and fire restrictions […]

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Understanding the Uncertain Home Seller 

Hello,! As the home-selling season heats up, many homeowners begin considering the question: Is this the right time to sell, and if so, how can a realtor help me?  Here are the four key advantages owners gain when hiring a real estate professional.    Market Knowledge     A local real estate agent has in-depth […]

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

As it navigates through a very complex world, the human body has to determine what is safe and what is not safe. Chemicals, pollutants, as well as processed foods have made the recognition of the environment challenging and complicated. Living amongst the chemicals abundant in our modern world creates an entirely new challenge for the […]

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Are You Prepared for Mental Decline? 

No one likes to think about cognitive decline in themselves or their loved ones. But, for many families, this is an incredibly important topic to address. In fact, 5.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, including 10 percent of people aged 65 and older. When they pass away, one in three seniors has Alzheimer’s or other […]

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T Paul Thomas

Can You Learn to be a Great Manager? 

My column last month was titled, “Five Habits of Great Managers.” I always re-post my columns on social media and that column had by far the most views of any column I’ve ever written. In addition, I received a long list of emails about the topic. One of the most interesting questions I received was, […]

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Remember Your Décolleté When Getting a Massage or Facial 

Pronounced “day-kōl-tay,” décolleté is derived from the French word décolletér, which means to expose the neck. It can also refer to a low-cut dress style on a woman. When referring to the body and skin care, the décolleté is simply the upper torso, including the upper chest and back and shoulders, as well as the neck and jawline.  The décolleté is one of […]

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