Posts Tagged ‘fun’

Best. Summer. Ever.

Best. Summer. Ever.

  “Some of the best memories are made in flip flops.” – Kellie Elmore, Writer “Before we know it, summer will be gone. And with it will go the many opportunities that it brings. The radiant sunlight, beautiful beaches and outdoor cooking…and underlying these elements are opportunities to boost the way we think and feel” [Continue]

Peace Outside, Peace Inside

Peace Outside, Peace Inside

“Park…visitation soared after 9/11. The experience of nature confers a sense of sanity. It bestows a spiritual calmness that helps people cope.” – Ruth Coleman, Director of California State Parks   This article will go live while we’re packing the cars for an annual family camping trip (thank you technology!) and that yearly sojourn has [Continue]

Pets Are Best

Pets Are Best

  “It’s difficult to understand why people don’t realize that pets are gifts to mankind.” – Linda Blair, Actress   Hello. My name is Griffin Raincloud Lick-a-paw Karabin. The kids call me Goo Goo. I am the cat. I am grey and black and cutest. I helping Keith write article today on Pets for Street Level [Continue]

Your Sticky Family

Your Sticky Family

“The family… is a perpetual source of encouragement, advocacy, assurance, and emotional refueling…” – Dr. Marianne E. Neifert, Dr. Mom’s Parenting Guide   Families who have had young children in the house know what it means to have a “sticky” home. There is a phase in which everything you touch seems to has the startling [Continue]

If You Like This, You’ll Like…

If You Like This, You’ll Like…

“Our happiness depends on the habit of mind we cultivate.” – Norman Vincent Peale, Author Much of the positive feedback about KeithKarabin.com speaks about loving the positive message, engaging tone and, of course, Street Level Wellness—the easy application of holistic psychology to every-day life. Our readers are the exact opposite of that guy above; they [Continue]

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Protected: Meta 2.0: Untethered (contact for password)

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Shadowdancing: Jung’s Halloween

Shadowdancing: Jung’s Halloween

“To confront a person with his Shadow is to show him his own light…anyone who perceives his Shadow and his light simultaneously sees himself from two sides and thus gets in the middle.” – Dr. Carl Jung, Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology The air is crisp, the leaves are in bright finale, and the [Continue]

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Fatherhood: The Death of Fun?

Fatherhood: The Death of Fun?

“My father taught me to work; he did not teach me to love it.” – Abraham Lincoln, Working Dad Dads give up great deal of things as they mature and one of those things is play. “Freud himself argued, back in 1908,” according to Psychology Today, “that adults do not play, and his adherents have [Continue]

Adulthood’s Glory

Adulthood’s Glory

“You don’t really understand human nature unless you know why a child on a merry-go-round will wave at his parents every time around and why his parents will always wave back.” – William D. Tammeus, writer We stand at sunrise. Behold, with that first burst of light, the vastness below. The landscape explodes, it is [Continue]

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