Ronald made a deal with his dad that if he improved his grades by the end of the school year, pitched in around the house, attended church on Sunday with the rest of the family, and cut his now shoulder-length hair, he could have access to the car throughout the summer. Ronald began to focus
So I’m almost 63 years old. But I don’t let my age slow me down, and neither does Raylan! This past holiday weekend, I did something for the first time. I went on a canoe ride! I have been in plenty of boats before, but never one so slow, wobbly, and close to the water!
Picnics are part of the fun of summertime, but thousands of people become ill every year from picnic food that’s not safely prepared or stored. Here are some tips for making sure you have a safe picnic in the park: • Always wash your hands thoroughly—before you prepare food and after you handle raw meats.
Aside from being the senior vice president of the Orlando Magic basketball team and a sought-after motivational speaker, Pat Williams has written more than 100 books. Many years ago, when he was working on a book about John Wooden, Williams interviewed scores of the coach’s former players. A story shared by many of these players
The American Heart Association recommends getting 150 minutes of exercise each week. That might sound like a lot if you’ve been stuck in a sedentary rut during the past few months, but it actually works out to 25 minutes of activity over the course of six days. Here are a few simple ways you can