John Carr of JRC Consulting and JRC Charitable Foundation is thrilled to be partnering with Venture Construction Group of Florida on his eighth annual golf outing to benefit two deserving not-for-profits
Ahh spring… The time of year when many children anxiously await for a cotton-tailed friend to deliver treasures of small toys, eggs and candy. Easter generally falls at the peak of spring when life is renewed from winter’s cold shadow, and nature has begun to reinvigorate our world with her beauty.
We often talk about gratitude, especially around this time of the year, but what does it mean to actually be grateful and show gratitude?
It’s that time of year again. It’s time to start thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Most of us make one or two resolutions that we don’t always keep during the next year. I believe that the secret to fulfilling a resolution is to pick one that you feel passionate about, which can be a little flexible to your schedule and lifestyle.
Besides sharing time with family and friends over food, the primary ingredient of the American Thanksgiving holiday is gratitude. While it’s certainly good to have an annual holiday to remind us to express gratitude, there’s much to be said for the benefits of cultivating the spirit of thankfulness year-round.
The wonderful days of autumn are upon us. Leaves changing, hot apple cider…and Halloween. And while this season of goodies and goblins is sure to include a pumpkin or jack-o-lantern or two, before you trash that carved pumpkin on your porch, think again.
Yvoire, France! Where do I begin?… This romantic, medieval village on the French shore of Lake Geneva (a.k.a. Lake Leman) will fill your heart with calm and tranquility.
So you’ve seen all the late night infomercials and listened to your friends as they bragged about how GREAT THEY FEEL and how much WEIGHT THEY’VE LOST and HOW THEY ARE LOOKING YOUNGER…
Mothers are so very special! I wish I had my mother to spend the day with just one more time. It would be so special. This is the woman who taught us that patience pays off and that gratitude is always appreciated.
Gently nestled just a few miles inland from Southern California’s Gold Coast lays the tranquil community of San Juan Capistrano. Made famous by Leon Rene’s 1939 hit, “When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano,” this exquisite, pedestrian-friendly town offers a unique glimpse into California’s colorful and distant past.