Volunteers Help with Before-School Fitness
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Moms Find a Solution Volunteers Help with Before School Fitness Kathleen Tullie, a mom, real estate professional and athlete, was moved into action after reading the book, Spark by Dr. John Ratey of Harvard Medical School. Studies cited by Dr. … Read More

A New Park to Honor Lost Children
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Remembering our Children (R.O.C.) Park Coming to Madeira Beach     Losing a child can be the most painful thing a parent endures. No matter the age, it never goes away. A new memory park is going to be a … Read More

Why Local Kids Must See Dolphin Tale 2
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Why Local Kids Must See Dolphin Tale 2 in the Theater An Editor’s Review by Pamela Settle Aside from the movie being a heart-warming tale that is family friendly and entertaining, Dolphin Tale 2 can deliver something extra special to … Read More

DIY Exercise for Kids
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Get your free DIY Exercise for Kids Tracking Sheet here! Creating a good habit of daily exercise takes doing it every day and making it routine. This tracking sheet will help kids keep track of their own progress, challenge their … Read More

Dolphin Tale 2 Producer Speaks about Clearwater
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Dolphin Tale 2 Producer Speaks about Clearwater and working at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium It’s not everyday that a major motion picture is filmed in Pinellas County. Bob Engelman, Executive Producer of Dolphin Tale, has made two such movies, both … Read More

My Story by Lorraine Yaslowitz
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Editor’s Note: Two years, we published a story by Lorraine Yaslowitz, the wife of a St. Petersburg police officer who was killed in the line of duty. Today is the three-year anniversary of the tragic shoot out that took life … Read More

Celebrate on a Disney Cruise
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Celebrating the Holidays on Board a Disney Cruise Editor’s Review by Pamela Settle The Most Magical Place on Earth takes its magic to the high seas every time a Disney cruise ship sets sail. We couldn’t believe just how magical … Read More

Local Heroes Feed Hungry Children
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Making Sure Kids Eat: Two Local Heroes Fill Backpacks and Bellies By Thais Leon-Miller and Pamela Settle, from the Holiday 2013 issue of GoodLiving magazine Editors’ Note: Most of us take food for granted and waste more than we are … Read More

My Story by Don Germaise
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My Story by Don Germaise from the Holiday 2013 issue of GoodLiving Magazine My daughter Lexi was 14 years old and going through those difficult teenage years when she knew everything and her parents knew nothing. We could not connect … Read More

Amazing Grace, an Adoption Story
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The McKnight Family And Grace Makes Five Amazing… Amazing… Grace. That’s what Desiree McKnight has titled the blog that chronicles their miracle international adoption story. “We were the most unlikely people to ever do this. We didn’t have the money. … Read More

Keep PE at FIVE DAYS a week
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Yesterday a small group of concerned citizens went to the Pinellas County School Board meeting to talk about pending changes to the physical education schedule for elementary schools.  Like so many changes that impact our children, this change was not … Read More

My Story
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“Sir, I need you to take a seat.” No parent is ever prepared to hear those words on the day after a baby is born. This was definitely the case for me and my husband as we waited in the … Read More

GoodLiving’s Food Pantry Challenge
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Times have been a little tougher. And the ongoing struggle with empty shelves at food banks are a sign of the times. Fewer people have been able to give. More people are in need. People who never had to ask … Read More

Melanoma Monday
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As the sun starts to heat up on us here in Florida, this is a life-saving hot topic! Today is Melanoma Monday and kicks off Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month.  A recent survey shows that people still don’t know … Read More

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