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2024 :: Resolutions Of Hope Happy New Year! It’s time for resolutions! I love planning for a new year. There are always new adventures, new music, shocking events that no one saw coming, and memories to make with your loved ones. As I grow older (physically, I think I’ll say 31 for a couple more years), I realize how short time really is and how fast life changes. If you told me I’d be in this exact position last year, I’d never believe it. But the awful things I’ve overcome give me a sense of pride I never thought I’d feel. These are my resolutions: Let the people I love know I love them. I dropped the ball with this. After so...
Guide to Baton Rouge Mardi Gras Events and Camps There is never a shortage of things to do in Baton Rouge with kids, and Mardi Gras is no exception. Are you looking to have a fun and exciting time with your family in Baton Rouge this Mardi Gras season? Look no further than the unique Mardi Gras events, festivities and camps in Baton Rouge. With its vibrant culture, world-renowned cuisine and family-friendly atmosphere, Baton Rouge is an ideal destination for those wanting the New Orleans feel of Carnival season without the massive crowds. Mardi Gras in Baton Rouge is family-friendly and a lot of fun! If you do have the urge to take kids to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, there...
Setting Your 2024 Goals - and Keeping Them! If you close your eyes and reflect on 2023, or the many years before, can you recall making resolutions at the start of a new year? Did you keep them? Were they life-changing, achievable, and worth the effort put in? Did they require sufficient sacrifice, altering of annoying habits, and financial investments for the betterment of self? New Year's goals are nothing new, and roughly 4/10 of us set goals every year. And with that said, most of us have historically set similar goals. According to Forbes' New Year's Resolution Statistics, the top goals set for the new year include some form of fitness goals, finance goals, and goals for improving mental health....
Maybe you're a wait till January 6th kinda family, maybe you're a GET IT OUT kinda family. Either way, Christmas is done and we're here to help you recycle those trees and help Louisiana all at the same time! We've got the how, when, and where below! First and foremost: - REMOVE all ornaments and decorations - Take it out of that tree stand - Do not use a tree bag Now that we've got that out of the way, here are your options for East Baton Rouge and Ascension areas. East Baton Rouge Curbside Pickup Place undecorated trees loose at the curb 3 ft. from the garbage cart and unbundled trash. When your normal "large trash" is picked up so will your trees. Tree recycling will run...
5 Post-Christmas Traditions To Start This Year The gifts have been opened, the cookies baked and the bells jingled. Christmas is over and the New Year is just a week away. What to do now? Here are five ideas for post-Christmas / pre-New Year traditions to end your year and start the new one off on the right foot. Review/reflect on the past year and set goals or a mission plan for next year. Take some time for yourself and review your year. This can be done in one sitting, or as a week long project. There are great, free online options to help guide you through your year in review. Check out this for a workbook and word of the...

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Local Vegan Restaurants  Who doesn’t love good clean eating? I have listed below some plant based vegan restaurants that are located in South Louisiana. Some...