Here’s Someone Who Lives Her Values #WATWB

Most businesses focus on gaining market share, customer base, and profits. Denver’s Brewability Lab is different; it hires persons with disabilities in a sincere effort to integrate them into the community. The owner, Tiffany Fixter, had previously conducted a day program for adults with developmental disabilities, so she […]

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8 Lessons About Letting Go

I’m not very good of letting go of a good thing. If it’s good, I want to keep it, but sometimes it’s not my call. I’ve experienced a lot of loss this year; four of my pets have passed away and for each I’ve had to let go. […]

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Soul Listening

We hear in workplaces and coffee shops across the country, “Hi, how are you?” “I’m fine.” These words are the most often repeated lie in the country. Our masks speak for us rather than our hearts. Now if just want someone to go away while you preserve your […]

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Ruby is Gone

I’ve dreaded writing this post, but I can’t avoid it any longer. We lost a member of our flock a couple of weeks ago. We found Ruby, our African Grey, dead on the floor of her cage. As a rescue parrot, she came with a history that we […]

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Keep those Bicycles Going (#WATWB)

Successful communities are held together by dedicated individuals that are willing to dedicate their time and efforts to support their home. If you’re looking for some good news, check out the news article below about Suzy Stutzman, who has been working to keep bicyclists on the road in […]