The Lotus Life; Happy New Year!

By Lauren Catanese The new year always brings about change. Change is a way of life. It is the ultimate passage from what you were...

Biscuit

By Sean Dietrich CRACKER BARREL—I am eating breakfast with a cute date. My date is a baby. A fat baby. She is my niece, Lucy....

The Three “Rs”

By Rick Moore Reading, writing and arithmetic are commonly referred to as the “Three Rs.” This phrase first appeared in “The Ladies Magazine” in 1818....

A Platitude on Ethics, Part 1:  Is it Time to Change...

By Kirk McCarley Today, more than ever perhaps, we crave leaders who demonstrate high standards of personal conduct and integrity.  The preponderance of information we...

A Pastor’s Ponderings Jan 2020

By Rev. Pete Hyde The old car rolled to slow stop at a bleak and abandoned intersection literally in the “middle of nowhere.” The driver...

Zucchini Chili Cornbread Casserole

By Barbara Day, M.S., R.D. This casserole is a family favorite. I always use black beans because I prefer black beans and they are higher...

Beach & Brew on 30A to Host Healthy-Living January Event to...

South Walton’s newest taproom, Beach & Brew on 30A, will host its third community event titled “Sip, Stretch & Savor” on Saturday, January 11,...

Journey Bravely; Ditch Resolutions for Life-Giving Activities

By Stephanie Craig, LCSW Tired of making resolutions and experiencing a sense of failure by the end of January? It’s easy to make self-disciplined plans...

Ask Doctor Marty

Memory Loss and Alzhemier’s  By Marty Kernion, Ph.D QUESTION: I am having a terrible time with my memory and can’t seem to focus. Alzheimer’s disease runs...

Intentions versus Resolutions

By Melanie Stewart There’s something so refreshing and exciting about January and the start of a new year; a blank slate, a chance to renew...