Food & Wine, Health

Technology chomps at the bit

America’s eating habits are changing as fast as technology changes while gourmet meal delivery has people taking a byte out of traditional meal planning. We’ve come a long way since ‘Super Size Me’ hit the mainstream and created a cultural culinary shift with how we view nutrition as a nation. People are trading their microwave instant dinners and… Continue reading Technology chomps at the bit

Food & Wine, Travel

Perfect place to sip & see on a rainy day

It's been a long wet winter and most of us, I imagine, are ready for some heat. As I sit here pondering spicy things on a rainy day, Flying Goat Coffee calls my name. Today is a chai type of day, I say. When winter feels like it's lingering on because a groundhog didn’t see its shadow, Flying Goat… Continue reading Perfect place to sip & see on a rainy day

Amy's Wicked Slush - Photo by Courtney Paige
Food & Wine, Travel

Hot spot & cold treats – meet Wicked Slush

Hot spot, cold treats at Wicked Slush

Community, Home & Garden

Whittling water worries

In 2015, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on more than $1 billion in spending for water projects. Hundreds of millions of those dollars are allocated for long-term projects associated with flood control, desalination, water recycling, and conservation. Gov. Brown’s water fund measure is one piece of a much larger effort to help those most… Continue reading Whittling water worries

Be the change you want to see in the world ~ ~ Gandhi Photo by Courtney Paige
Community

Human Nature ~ from the ground up

  “No boy dreams of growing up without a dad, dropping out of school, doing drugs or going to prison, yet millions do,” Boys to Men USA. The number of US urban fatherless children is astounding - 43%. And, a mere 1% of the 43%  have a relationship with their father. According to Journey Men -… Continue reading Human Nature ~ from the ground up