bleeding heard with early pink blooms

Turn Tasks into Quality Family Time

Do you have bulbs pushing up in your yard? It’s a great sign of hope, isn’t it?…peonies and bleeding heart are also making their comeback. Yet, are they crowded by leaves and debris blown in by winter storms or other unseasonable weather?

Many of us here in North America are just now digging out of a late April snow. The Southeast has been hunkering down under thunderstorms. Californians are moving slowly as they recover from nature’s trials. Even Arizona has had some surprising rainstorms this past year, blowing in from the Pacific.

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Tall, brown dead yew bush; male cardinal sits in bare spot in middle of bush
backyard, bird, birding, gardening, mindfulness, minimalist, nature prescriptions

Do You Call Them LBT’s?

So the minimalists are telling us to fill our lives not with things, but with experiences. The mindfulness experts are guiding us to be fully present in each moment. Psychologists are warning us to put the devices down and do some face-to-face. Doctors are writing nature prescriptions.

With party season over, are you getting in your quota of fully present, face-to-face experiences? 

Well, a small but mighty event is coming up that you still have a chance to participate in. It is guaranteed to be rewarding…dropping you right into rich, face-to-face moments with family and friends.

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