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5 Celebration Tips for True Halloween Lovers

Are you a true Halloween lover? Do you look forward to this time of year–the spooky parties, haunted houses, fun costumes, and trick-or-treating? If so, why not kick it up a notch this year? Create a Halloween bucket list filled with new fun Halloween activities. We’ve got five fun Halloween ideas that…

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Plan a Fall Party with Your Neighbors

It’s autumn, the season of crisp weather and warm, comfort food. This is the perfect time to reunite with your neighborhood and kick-start a Mindful fall party. Our country has been under a lot of strain recently. With the news of the U.S. government shutdowns and hundreds of thousands of…

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Fun Fall Activities

Research shows our children are more stressed than ever these days and this put too much pressure on the family unit. One of the best healing balms for family stress is play. Trying to incorporate play into daily family activities can make a great difference and, fortunately, this is a great…

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Be an Ally for Latino Americans

The annual celebration of Hispanic heritage couldn’t come at a more pressing moment. The rise of anti-immigration sentiment here in the U.S. has impacted many Latino Americans, and hate crimes and biased incidents have increased at a startling rate. September 15th through October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month and it…

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3 Uplifting Irma Stories

Hurricane Irma has been absolutely devastating for Florida and certain U.S. territories. The latest reports state that 22 people have died due to the hurricane and that’s only within the United States. During all of this chaos and destruction, everyday citizens stepped up. Here are just three examples. Marooned Manatees…

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DIY Disaster Evacuation Kit

Hurricane season has been devastating for America and U.S. territories. The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from the beginning of June to the end of November, so many Americans along the coast may need an evacuation kit in the near future. Mindful people can start getting prepared by making their own…

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Aid for Houston Animals

People all over the U.S. are sending disaster relief aid to help the Texans impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Among the victims, there are countless animals that have been stranded or are in need of help. Reportedly 600,000 animals were “killed or stranded during Hurricane Katrina”—animal welfare organizations and animal lovers…

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Helping Harvey Survivors

On August 25th, Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 storm, made landfall between Port Arkansas and Port O’Connor, Texas. The storm has devastated Houston and the Gulf Coast of Texas. FEMA estimated that 30,000 people will now be seeking shelter and 450,000 may qualify for federal flood victim assistance. Thus far, 30…

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