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Rainy Day Recreation

  Wet weather got you down?  Here are some ideas for fun (and you don’t have to drive!) by Tricia White | Managing Editor Springtime is rainy season in North Texas, but that doesn’t mean you have to stay cooped

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Make A Splash!

  Check out the season’s fashion-forward trends for staying dry! For the Avid Sportsman The DAVEK  GOLF’S dual canopy design navigates winds in excess of 60 mph. Push the spike into the turf to keep your open umbrella in place

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The Dining Guide

  Our editors scoured the greater Dallas area for family-friendly dining destinations. Here are some of our favorites. Finding a family-friendly restaurant that’s affordable, accessible and delicious can be challenging – but we know where to look! The next time

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New Headquarters for North Texas Performing Arts

The Willow Bend Center for the Arts home of North Texas Performing Arts and Plano Children’s Theatre Groundbreaking Ceremony took place on March 15th.  This Summer Plano Children’s Theatre, the flagship of the North Texas Performing Arts family of theatres,

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Spring (pollen, ragweed, cedar) is in the Air

  by Alicia Wanek You can feel it coming on.  Your nose gets stuffy.  Your throat starts to feel dry and scratchy.  Then you sneeze.  Here they come – again, the dreaded spring allergies.  Whether its pollen, ragweed, cedar, or

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Senior Living Resource Guide

Want to feature your organization in our Senior Living Resource Guide? Email Tricia@goodlifefamilymag.com. Senior Care & Support   Custom Caregivers  | customcaregivers.com David Stanley, david@customcaregivers.com  972.928.0703   Honor  | joinhonor.com Kathryn Parsons , kathryn@joinhonor.com 972.345.6433   Ruby  Care  | rubycaresenior.com

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Helping Your Nest Egg Go the Distance

  by Alicia Wanek A recent study showed that more than four in ten millennials are stressed about running out of money in retirement.  Imagine how many seniors have the same concern!  My grandmother once said if she met her Maker

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Blaze Your Own Path at Any Age

  by Lisa A. Beach Jane Kahler Paints Her Way Through Retirement Compared to many artists, Dallas painter Jane Kahler burst onto the art scene a bit later in life. For the past 11 years, the 83-year-old has been an

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New Dreams, New Beginnings, New Career

Continuing Education at Richland Prepares This Baby Boomer for New Possibilities by Alicia Wanek Many empty nesters are looking to try something different as they enter another season of life. With a new country, a new language, and with her

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