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It's almost April!

Week of March 24, 2019

What’s Happening: We're gearing up for our one year anniversary in April (we can't believe that it's been a year already)! We're hoping to be out and about for some upcoming community events; we'll update you as we get confirmations.

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Fun Holidays this Week:

March 25: Waffle Day – Oh boy, waffles! Cook up a batch and enjoy.

Waffles and berries
Photo by Melissa Walker Horn on Unsplash

March 26: National Spinach Day – Here are some great recipes for some tasty spinach dishes:

Photo by chiara conti on Unsplash

March 30: Take a Walk in the Park Day – Did you know that Monroe County has 21 county parks? That equals 21,000 acres of land! Learn more here: and schedule some time to explore the parks in your area today.

Photo by Khürt Williams on Unsplash

Hydration Recipe

Keeping hydrated is an important part of staying healthy. Water promotes cardiovascular health, keeps your body cool, helps muscles and joints work better and keeps skin supple. Here is this week’s hydration recipe:

Cold green tea with lime
Photo by Virginie Laune on Unsplash

Green Tea with Lime and Mint


Green tea

½ lime cut into slices

1 sprig of mint


Slice the lime

Scrunch up the mint to release the flavor

Brew a batch of green tea

Combine ingredients and drink warm or cold

DIY Foot Massage

Want to give someone in your life a relaxing foot massage? Well, grab some lotion and follow the instructions below:

Use your thumbs to apply light pressure to the arch of their foot, right below the ball of their foot.

Move one thumb clockwise and the other thumb counterclockwise in small circles. Do this for at least 30 seconds.

Place your thumbs on opposite ends of their foot and move them toward one another. Do this at least three to five times, moving up and down the bottom of their feet.

Repeat on the other foot.

Schedule your own relaxing massage with us today:

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