Opinion

BY SARAH GRANGER – GUEST COLUMNIST Summer flies by too quickly in Minnesota, and a new school year is around the corner. If you live with teenagers, you know their “summer” means hanging out with friends, staying up late, sleeping in and reveling in a break from school pressures. While young peoples’ summertime habits may [...]

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Just when we’ve worked so hard to make our desks ergonomic – spending a fortune on adjustable chairs with lumbar support, footrests, and keyboard trays – we find out we’re doing it all wrong. Sitting at your desk all day, it turns out, is a highly dangerous activity that’s shaving minutes off your life while [...]

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By Bob Ramsey Guest Columnist We hear a lot these days about older adults reinventing themselves. Just this past year, Richard Leider has written “Life Reimagined,” Jane Pauly published “Your Life Calling,” Marlo Thomas came out with it “Ain’t Over – Till It’s Over” and some other author wrote “Creating Vital Aging Communities.” All of [...]

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  BY LANET HANE & JANET HUTTON – GUEST COLUMNISTS Cupcake shops were a fun fad, weren’t they? I’m not even sure if there are any still around … but they were great while they lasted. Little adorable shops decorated in pastels and lace, with nothing inside but cupcakes and frosting. Yum! Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe [...]

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