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National Nutrition Month
March is National Nutrition Month; which means I will be talking a little bit about how to better your health with a few simple steps. Physical fitness is very important! Adults need 150 minutes a week, which seems like a lot, but really isn’t. Br (More)
Farming SUCCESSion Conference
Join us for The Key to Farming SUCCESSion Conference on March 20th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM featuring Keynote Speaker, Roger McEowen! Attendees will leave with new knowledge and strategies to grow their business and secure farm assets for future g (More)
Walk Kansas Starts Next Week!
Teen Dating Violence Awareness
February was Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and in honor of that, I thought I would talk about teens and dating relationships. Teens are starting to have dating relationships sooner rather than later and we as adults need to teach them how t (More)
Walk Kansas is Here!
Want to feel better and have more energy? Maybe you need to blow off some steam from a stressful day or need to get better sleep. Regular exercise can help you achieve this and more. The health benefits from regular exercise and physical activity (More)
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Dining with Diabetes
  Imagine a gathering with 10 of your friends and family members. Now imagine that at least one of you has a disease that can lead to blindness… or (More)
Family Communication
Does your family have a difficult time communicating with each other sometimes? This article I will give some brief tips from an Essential Living Skills publication I have in my office. If you want more information about it, please give me a call at (More)
Relationship Building
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day I have a few ways to better your relationship with your partner. Relationships are hard and they take time and constant work. Try to make these ideas a habit for your relationship and you will be on a better path. (More)
Kansas Day
This Monday is Kansas Day! The best way to celebrate it is to take your family to visit some Kansas History! We have a ton of places in Kansas r (More)
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