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Archive for December, 2018

The Amusing Aspects of Aging

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The Amusing Aspects of Aging

People complain about getting older. They hate the way they look, the way they feel, the way they are treated. These are just a few complaints. However, getting old should be fun! Have you ever looked at a rose bud and watched its progression until the petals fall off? Our skin is very similar to […]

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Creating Your Best Retirement Isn’t All About Money

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A 2014 study of retirees done by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave led to the following conclusion: “Retirees say health is the number one ingredient for a happy retirement.” Financial security, family and purpose were all important, but health was tops. And this makes perfect sense, as good health leads to living longer, having more […]

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Now’s the Time to Recommit to Your Goals and Finish the Year Strong

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Why wait until January 1 to become focused on your health and wellness goals? Believe it or not, now is as good of a time as any to dust off your resolutions that you made at the beginning of 2018 and make sure you complete them before the year comes to a close. If you’ve […]

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A New Year & New Hope

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By George Mitrovich The publisher of this newspaper, Patty Ducey-Brooks, asked her contributors if we would write something positive for the New Year? I can do that, by first pointing out a political fact: The Democratic Party will hold as many as 240 seats in the House of Representatives when the 115th Congress convenes January […]

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Toys for Joy Serves Thousands of San Diego Families With Toys, Food and Clothing

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Toys for Joy Serves Thousands of San Diego Families With Toys, Food and Clothing

On Saturday, December 8, 21,000 people are expected to attend the 22nd annual Toys for Joy event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is located at three locations, including Lincoln High School, Cajon Valley Middle School, and Guajome Park Academy. Twenty-one years in the running, families start lining up as early as 3 […]

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A Little Generosity Can Go a Long Way This Christmas Season

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A Little Generosity Can Go a Long Way This Christmas Season

It’s almost impossible to tell people to enjoy the Christmas and holiday season without getting a look of, “Are you kidding? That’s because we make this the time of the year to pack as much activity in to our lives as possible. Shopping tops the list, with parties and decorating following. However, if we allow […]

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“The Nutcracker” Returns to the Casa Del Prado Theater

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“The Nutcracker” Returns to the Casa Del Prado Theater

Take an extraordinary journey to the magical Land of the Sweets with Clara and her Nutcracker Prince at the San Diego Civic Youth Ballet’s annual production of “The Nutcracker,” which runs from December 12 through 23 at the Casa Del Prado Theater at 1800 Village Place in Balboa Park. Witness an epic battle between toy […]

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