— Seals & Crofts
The gentle caress of a summer breeze warms the body and soul. Heaven knows we need this season’s mellow temperatures to unwind and refresh.
As families take a break from school, gather with friends, relax in backyards and go on vacation, something happens to the heart and mind. We rest, and as we do, we allow for productivity.
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Growth happens in alternate periods of industry and dormancy. If we work all the time, we burn out. If we play nonstop, we accomplish little.
Maintaining a balance between the two enables us to live fulfilling lives and contribute to our communities.
The summer issue of At Home Places magazine focuses on health and wellness, which fits this time of year as we increase our activity and spend more time outdoors.
Stories on tap for the summer issue include:
The summer issue of At Home Places will be published at the end of June. Pick up your copy at one of our local advertisers.
Lisa Tedrick Prejean writes a weekly column for The Herald-Mail. Send an email to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow At Home Places on www.facebook.com/athomeplaces, www.instagram.com/athomeplaces and twitter.com/athomeplaces.
‘This too shall pass away’ this famous Persian adage seems to be defeating us again and again in the case of COVID-19. Despite every effort