August 12th, 2020
Planning the Perfect Picnic
As our counties reopen in Washington, we are experiencing more freedom to move around and enjoy outdoor activities. Although they look much different than last summer, the Northwest is by far the richest area for picnics with hundreds of parks and day trip opportunities nearby.
June 3rd, 2020
10 Tips for Smoothing the Transition into Assisted Living
Transitions are for the brave. They require extra strength both physically and emotionally to weather the changes. That is why it is so important to come alongside our loved ones when the time arrives to make a move into Assisted Living.
May 20th, 2020
Gardening Small: 10 Tips for a Tiny Garden of Joy
Spring has sprung and after the last few months sequestered in our homes, we need some new life surrounding us. Lady Bird Johnson once said, “Where flowers bloom, so does hope.” What can be more beautiful than the beauty, smells, hummingbirds and growth that comes from a fresh home garden?
May 13th, 2020
Once a Parent, Always a Parent: Helping Adult Children in Crisis
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has caused a far-reaching economic situation and has left millions of people struggling financially. With food banks struggling to meet demands and an estimated 14 billion jobs lost, our adult children are facing unprecedented financial losses.
May 6th, 2020
Bouncing Back from Isolation
Isolation is a double edged sword. In the face of COVID-19, it provides safety from getting and passing to others a deadly virus. On the other hand, it has left a good amount of the world suffering from depression and some confusion about how to become actively social again.
April 22nd, 2020
Spring Clean Like a Minimalist
Spring cleaning has taken front stage this year as many Americans are under stay-at-home orders to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Even though many have stocked up on hand sanitizer and disinfectants, it is easy to overlook cleaning needs that are a bit deeper than surface cleaning.