Makeover Masterpiece, March 2016

April 1, 2016

Story and photos provided by LaRitz Salon & Spa Michelle Crew is a Career Consultant at Oklahoma State’s College of Education. She is currently working on her Ph. D. in Educational Leadership. Michelle and her […]

How to De-Stress Your Decorating

April 1, 2016

by Robyn Davies, Furniture Showcase Decorating your home should be fun.  The process of filling your home with things that you love sounds like fun.  Why do people sometimes feel stressed about it? Buying furniture […]

Wishes for Spring Granted Early

April 1, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl Boyer Despite my ardent protestations, many plants are breaking dormancy early. Really early. They refuse to listen to my warnings. In fact, when I first sat down to write this article, I […]

Urban Gardening Projects – Upcycling Old Windows & Doors

March 11, 2016

For most of us, gardening is a distant memory of warm days, soft, crumbly dirt, and fresh spring rains. But, just because gardening season is over doesn’t mean your garden need be forgotten – far […]

Prioritizing the Relationship With “Date Night”

March 3, 2016

By Peggy L. Ferguson, Ph.D., LMFT Marriage is meant to be a comfortable place.  It is healthy to settle into a comfortable routine, to feel secure in the fact that you are loved and appreciated […]

Buying #AmericanGrown Flowers

February 13, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl R. Boyer Have you planned your Valentine’s Day flower purchase yet? I sure hope you’re buying flowers locally, but beyond that, where on planet Earth were your flowers grown? For sure, a […]

The Start of a New Year is a Good Time to Reflect on Last Year

February 5, 2016

by TaNiqua Ward; TSET Healthy Living Program Specialist TSET Payne County Healthy Living Program (HLP) has been busy all year. A new year provides the opportunity to reflect on the year prior and to make […]

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