Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt “stuck”? Did you know being “stuck” can actually be a good thing? A colleague recently shared a resource that resonated with me on both a professional and personal level. Their belief is getting “stuck” can be a positive sign, a natural nudge that can encourage you to make […]
Here’s a fun article from TeenSafe.com giving parents some good tips. Scary, but good! The meteoric rise in technology over the past three decades has completely changed the relationship between teens and media. Teens are often the first group to adopt a new technology because at that younger age it’s easier for them to pick […]
If you’re concerned about your kid and drinking, use every opportunity to communicate your message – including via text. Here’s a helpful guide with suggestions for simple, effective text messages to send. Click on picture to enlarge view.
Much of the conversation surrounding the opioid epidemic has, understandably, centered on poorer Americans, many of whom are insured under the Medicaid state-federal safety net program for low-income people. But a new analysis of more than 200 million private insurance claims finds that the crisis is also taking a massive toll on those with private […]
The city says five DWI arrests so far this year involved people who drank at Cowboy Jack’s. After a string of drunken incidents, Plymouth city leaders are discussing whether to close bars earlier citywide and considering a $500 fine for one barin particular: Cowboy Jack’s. The City Council discussed possible options Tuesday, but in the […]
Positivity in the Park continued on Thursday, June 8th with an outdoor movie – “The Secret Life of Pets”. There was a great turn out and while it took a little longer than anticipated to get dark enough to view the movie, the weather was fantastic and our partners from B.A.D.G.E.S. and the Kanabec […]