Your Neighborhood Landscape Designer

by Susan Neuhalfen When you think of the American dream, you think of people like Jeff and Kronda Thimesch, owners of Green Meadows Landscaping. Since 1989, they have been serving the Castle Hills Community doing everything for neighbors from mowing

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A Veteran and His Dog: Saving Each Other and the World

by Susan Neuhalfen Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide. It’s a staggering statistic and one that many veteran support groups are fighting every day. Rob Genet knows this all too well. His father, a veteran, took his life 30 days

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Experience Yoga with a Purpose

by Susan Neuhalfen YouTube has brought us an entirely new set of celebrities, each specializing in his or her own brand of entertainment. The fitness industry has exploded with online videos, none more beautifully crafted than the folks at Boho

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Controlling Tech Time with Teens

by Heather Hibbard MA, LPC-S, Lifeworks businessoffice@lifeworkscc.com It’s time we accept that our small gadgets are a big part of our everyday lives. With ongoing advances in technology, we can do almost anything and talk to almost anyone we want

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Foods that Boost Your Immune System

by Annette Doody Savory Bistro Owner and Wellness Coach www.thesavoryteam.com Dear Annette: Kids are back in school and cold and flu bugs are already showing up. I hear food is medicine, but can diet really help prevent a cold or

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a name? Just ask Gabriel Moreland, Founder of Pledge General Contractors When we started this company we wanted the name to reflect our commitment to contributing to our communities,” said Gabriel. “It’s important to us that we invest

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Gifts that Give Back

by Susan Neuhalfen The only thing that feels better than retail therapy is buying something you love and knowing that you’re helping a good cause. It’s never too late to start shopping for Christmas, birthday or just because gifts and

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Makeover of the Month: Tammy

Tammy was nominated by her daughter Haley, because she works hard at a stressful job but still spends time helping with her grandson. Tammy’s birthday is in November and Haley can’t remember a time when her mom did something special

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And Here Comes that October Air

by PJ Kratohvil of Complete Solutions completesolutionsdfw.com Walking the kids to the park, grabbing dinner on the patio, everything is more enjoyable when the weather is right. For us patio season is in full swing, our Landscape crews are starting

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Why are Some Words So Hard to Spell?

by Steve Gamel Edit This 469.360.3611 www.edit-this-npsteve.com What’s the one word in the English language that you misspell the most? I received quite a few responses to that question on our Edit This® Facebook page recently – even from friends

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