Month: June 2015

Summer’s here. Time to volunteer

When you’ve just been sprung from school, summer seems gigantic, endless, brimming with freedom and possibility — or, perhaps, just brimming with endlessness. Many local nonprofit agencies and jurisdictions offer summer outings for young people who want to put some free time to good use. Plenty of opportunities are regular enough to keep you feeling […]

Orange is the new Moroccan Carrot Dip

    Well Orange is the New Black (OINB) dropped into my Netflix queue just the other day.  I haven’t opened it up cause I know I’ll just binge watch until the whole season is gone.  In honor of my favorite color and OINB – here is one of my all time healthy living favorite recipes: MOROCCAN […]

Sharing special expertise

Parents and families of adults with serious mental health disorders carry a huge and ongoing burden. Figuring out how to lighten the load is the theme of a free conference on the afternoon of June 24 that’s open to families, caregivers, professionals and anyone else who’s interested. The event is sponsored by the National Alliance […]

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