Monthly Archives: December 2013

Two Experts Teach Mindfulness In The Kitchen

If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you had a wonderful one! And if you don’t, I hope you got to enjoy a day of rest and relaxation. We spent the afternoon using our new dog treat maker, which got me … Continue reading

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The Best Gift-Giver Ever?

Many children want a pet for Christmas. I really wanted a puppy. So at 12-years-old, I wrote up a multi-page contract for my parents, assuring them I would be responsible for bathing, grooming, walking, house-training … basically all daily care … Continue reading

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Walking (Safely) in A Winter Wonderland

When snow turns up, my dogs’ sniffers turn on. Big time. They sniff snow like I sniff a kitchen with chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven. A normally 15 minute walk could extend into an hour if I don’t … Continue reading

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Insights on Bullying from a Pit Bull

Roxy spent the night with her eyes transfixed on the basement door. That’s all that separated her from a game of chase with the world’s most awesome squeaky toy—a stray kitten we rescued from the frigid winter’s night. I tried … Continue reading

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