Monthly Archives: January 2013

Boston’s Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall—the Site of Great Debates and Great Desserts

We had been living outside of Boston for roughly a year and every trip into the city had been an adventure. We had wandered through the Public Garden and Boston Common, gazed at the USS Constitution at Charlestown, rode the … Continue reading

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Tips for Improving Veterans Health and Wellness, By Guest Blogger: Emily Walsh

While my adventures and travels as a military spouse has an immeasurable amount of benefits, those who serve are asked to take more risks than many other citizens in other professions, all in the name of duty, honor, a call … Continue reading

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The Accidental Transcendentalist

The Accidental Transcendentalist.

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The Accidental Transcendentalist

I remember clear as a bell, sitting in a high school classroom, entirely transfixed learning about the very ideals that shaped transcendentalism and the philosophies of men like Thoreau and Emerson.  Then ten years later, on June 14, 2000, (my … Continue reading

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