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Solid or transparent? Here’s how to know which stain choice is best for your deck

During these precious outdoor months in Northeast Ohio, for many of us the deck is an extension of our home’s living space. The problem is the other months of the year take a toll on the deck’s surface and can create unsightly peeling, even moldy wood that weakens the deck and can result in expensive repairs and replacement costs. Only a...

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Now in its 12th year, the Rainbow Bridge Walk gives pet owners who’ve experienced the loss of a furry family member the opportunity to pay tribute

Anyone who has experienced the loss of a beloved pet knows how devastating it can be. The mourning process for a human loved one usually involves an organized ritual, including gatherings to remember and say goodbye. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case with the death of a pet. “After attending a walk to support a friend whose loved one...

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For women nearing the age of 50 and beyond, life changes can leave you feeling uncertain and stuck—here’s how Coach Natalie Rudd can get you back on track

Coach Natalie Rudd is a certified professional lifestyle and business coach, registered nurse and licensed minister working with clients “in their fifth decade and beyond.” They are preparing for the next chapter in life, perhaps feeling stuck between what was and what’s to come and unclear about the next step forward. “The fifth...

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You’re just a stretch away from living your best life

Take a wild guess at America’s fastest-growing sport. Is that a collective “pickleball” I hear? That’s right. In 2023, 36.5 million people played pickleball at least once. And maybe the reason some played only once is because they didn’t stretch first. It’s a pickleball world, and we’re just living in it. So, let’s start...

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Sip on Semillon this summer

Mimi’s resident wine expert, Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild, just returned from a vacation visiting the western United States and brought us back a new recommendation for a summer wine. “I visited the Colorado town of Palisade,” Jim says. “Palisade has an interesting microclimate conducive to growing peaches, grapes,...

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