Imagine your home and all of your earthly possessions disappear in the blink of an eye. That's the case in the southern U.S. as they have been pounded this week with severe weather and tornadoes. As I watch the news coverage with mouth agape stunned at the devastation, I wondered what I could do to help. Here's what I found.
This year marked the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. Thousands of people came together to remember the victims and run this year's race. One man from Minnesota really showed that the race isn't necessarily about beating your competitors but helping out your fellow runners.
I admit I don't know much about Alzheimer's Disease, but I have seen it first hand. So has funny man, Seth Rogen, and now Rogen is pleading with congress to get more awareness, funding and research for the disease.
It’s hump day, so chances are, we’re all in that midweek funk. The energy and enthusiasm of the beginning of the week is gone and now we’re antsy for the weekend. Bad moods and short tempers may be setting in, but they don’t have to. Here are a few simple ways to find more joy in our lives.
Over the last few months I have been thinking about trying to train puppies that will later become service dogs for the blind, deaf or even wounded warriors. Seeing what this dog can do makes we me want to do something like that even more.
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