For Cancer Warriors

Many cancer warriors say that the moment when their doctor told them that they have cancer was the worst moment of their lives. It is a psychological blow to the psyche. It is devastating news, and it takes time to fully contemplate how this is going to impact your life.  But rather than being an

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Rebuilding After a Natural Disaster

Mother Nature Has Lost Her Temper It looks like Mother Nature has lost her temper. Like a mom whose kids refuse to behave, she is showing us what our bad behavior has brought about.  It’s not as if natural disasters are new to this century. But now wildfires are out of control, water systems have

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Is It Time to Detox Your Business?

China has come up with a particularly interesting idea. To de-stress and retune an exhausted workforce, they have instituted a detox process. However, this detoxing does not involve drugs or alcohol. The employees simply go into a forest for an entire day with no electronics and sit there, effectively leaving the world of constant communication,

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Biodiversity & Improved Aesthetics

Biological diversity (biodiversity) is when the environment within an area has a large variety of species that differ from one another, “or, often, the total variety of life on Earth.” The more “species richness” diverse an area – the more chances of seeing or encountering plants that offer visually pleasing hues—or nutritional benefits. South Florida

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Urban Agriculture

Over the past decade, the idea of making inner-city, downtown, and suburban areas peri-urban in landscape has grown in popularity. Those who start a small garden in their backyards to non-profit organizations teaching children the importance of self-sustainability with community gardens, urban agriculture is spreading throughout the U.S. It’s recognized as more than just a

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