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Money & Fitness

This may or may not be the first time you’ve heard this - that there are many similarities between the fitness industry and managing your money. Commitment, goal-setting, patience and accountability are absolutely necessary if you want to change your financial future! Small, steady, consistent wins can make all the difference and truly drive momentum toward your goals.

How To Avoid A Summer Fitness Slump

The idea that we can maintain our normal fitness routine when our summer routine is anything but normal, is straight crazy-talk. This perspective is what typically sets us up to fail. If you can allow yourself to be realistic and flexible, then you can indeed find a way to balance all the fun and at least some fitness this summer. Here are some tips to help you do just that.

Nature Will Nurture

Science is demonstrating what we intuitively know: Nature makes us happy, and studies have shown that even our brain changes from getting outside. Nature is a source of wonder and inspiration, and throughout history, people have long been interested in its healing power. What is so wonderful about nature is that it is a free resource, and you don’t need to go far to experience the bliss of a natural environment. Even a brief walk in the woods, drive by the ocean, or sitting quietly in your garden can do the trick!

Hingham’s Michael Page: Forecasting His Future

There is no way I would be here, especially at this fairly early stage of my career, without the help of so many mentors along the way. It’s something I keep in mind, whenever a student sends me a note, expressing interest in becoming a meteorologist. I do everything I can to help them, because so many meteorologists helped me.

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There is no planning when a child needs to be removed from a potentially dangerous living situation. Frequently, children arrive in foster placements with nothing but the clothes on their back. If they are “lucky,” they may have a black garbage bag with whatever the case worker who picked them up was able to grab on the way out the door. Here is how two West Newbury women are helping to change that.

Beat The Buzz: Local Mosquito and Tick Protection

The sun is shining and getting your daily dose of vitamin D (with your sunscreen on, of course!) and fresh air does come with a cautionary tale: tick and mosquito awareness. Keeping your body (and those you love) safe and protected is a big part of daily wellness. Here are a few tips to help keep you, your family, and your furry friends protected this spring and summer as you get outside and enjoy the warmer weather.

CK Helps The Company Theatre Celebrate 40 Years of High Quality Theater and Education on the South Shore

In the 1970s, as Broadway directors like Tom Moore were thrilling audiences by putting a convertible on stage in Grease, Zoe Bradford and Jordie Saucerman, two young midwestern women, headed East to realize their own dreams of bringing imaginative live theater to the public. On a $50 budget, they produced their first show, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, in a church basement in Weymouth.

Doing Good Never Tasted So Delicious:
Irene Li and Mei Mei restaurant

It's hard not to get excited (and hungry) when you listen to Irene Li talk about Mei Mei, the restaurant she co-owns with her brother Andrew and her sister, Margaret. I got a real “joy hit” as she explained the siblings’ commitment to using sustainable, locally-sourced food and treating employees fairly. Irene was generous to talk with me some more about how she and her sibs are changing the way Bostonians think about the food we eat and who is making it.

CK Kindness Spotlight: Rolling Wave Foundation

Five years ago, a self-employed contractor and avid surfer in Scituate named Rich Bonanno found a broken bike on the side of the road next to a “FREE” sign. He took it home, fixed it up, and gave it to a neighborhood boy - and, suddenly his happenstance became his mission. Since then, Rich has taken in over 4,000 bikes, some from the dump or free on the side of the road, some donated used or new by people who’ve learned of his generosity and have stepped in to help.

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