Spring time! The sun is shining, birds are singing and flowers are blooming! For many of us, spring is the time of year for new beginnings and renewed energy. Our days start getting longer and warmer weather allows us to spend more time enjoying the outdoors!
As the weather gets warmer, we're all striving to figure out ways to spend more time outside! Keep everyone entertained with games that you can play on the lawn or patio (preferably one-handed, so you can hold your White Claw in the other). Stock up now so you have them on hand for all the warm days ahead!
Just when you’re wondering if winter might last forever, the frost begins to thaw and spring is on its way! In the Northern Hemisphere, we celebrate the first day of spring on the vernal equinox. This year, it falls on March 20th. Cultures around the globe have different traditions for welcoming the new season, from festivals to parades. Dig into these unique spring traditions, for some interesting facts you never knew about the spring equinox.
Sound therapy sounds interesting! Sound healing basically comes down to using sound vibrations—from voice or instruments—to tap into something beyond the physical, relaxing the body and the mind, and often helping people release uncomfortable emotions. Learn more about sound healing therapy as a non-invasive, complementary tool for empowerment, health, and wellness.
Who doesn't love meats, cheeses and crackers piled high and displayed artfully to share! Perfect for the outdoors, charcuterie boards have become a famous appetizer to gather around for some good times! Here is how to assemble your next board. If you live in West Michigan, Check out our favorite local charcuterie places, The Cheese Lady and Great Lakes Charcuterie Co....
We all need occasional reminders written on coffee mugs, throw pillows and inspirational memes to "stop and smell the flowers." These squirrels have gotten the message and Photographer Dick van Duijn is sharing a heartfelt reminder to slow down and appreciate the moment. You cant NOT smile when looking at these photos!