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Welcome to March! Happy 6th Birthday to us! This month marks our 72nd edition of the magazine and I couldn’t be more proud of what this publication has become. Thank you so much to our loyal supporters, advertisers and readers, we wouldn’t be where we are without you! March also marks one of my favorite […]


Brighter Days Are Almost Here

March 20, 2017 – The official First Day of Spring, and it could not come quickly enough. Having been born in and grown up in Alaska, I have often taken pride in not being severely affected by the extended lack of daylight during the fall and winter.  However, the older I get, the harder it […]


Auspicious Start

As January and February have passed with flurries of snow and days that conversely felt like spring, my 100s list is slowly getting more check marks. Not all of them are exciting, some are actually pretty lame and rather mundane, but regardless they are things that I need to get done. So, as we flip […]

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Southeast Alaska Schedule of Events for March

If you’re traveling through Southeast Alaska this month, we invite you to join us for the many events held throughout the region. March 3rd – 4th | Haines Haines Winter Festival March 11th | Sitka Wearable Arts Show March 11th | Juneau Flanagan’s Run March 11th – 25th | Juneau Great Alaska […]


5 fun ways to decorate for spring

(BPT) – Spring is the perfect time to shake things up with your home decor. As Mother Nature transforms her landscape with fresh buds and blooms, you’re probably longing to refresh your home, too. These five easy craft projects are perfect family activities and the results will add touches of springtime throughout the house. Rain […]


GMO March Madness

I wanted to share with you all a new book that came out a few weeks ago; GMO Free Child by April Scott, “the Clean Food Advocate.” It’s a parent’s guide to dietary clean-up of genetically modified organisms. I mention this book not only because a friend wrote it, but I’m also in it, and […]


Holiday Survival Guide

Happy Holidays! This time of year often brings feelings of glee, twinkling lights, bright cheery smiles and ugly red sweaters, but it can also be a busy and sometimes overwhelming time. The days are darker, gloomier, budgets can be tight, driving is more stressful, the list goes on. So with that I have some personal […]


Contented Christmas Home

Every home has its own traditions for the Christmas season.  Even those who do not intentionally celebrate the holiday can not help but be exposed to and influenced by it.  Christmas permeates our culture, and not just locally but globally.  In one form or another, it has been part of historical celebration since even before […]


Home Maintenance

The weather has turned and after a long sunny summer spent outdoors, I find myself indoors after a day’s work. It’s dark early and it’s dark late into the morning, and with shorter days come cooler temperatures and the fluffy white stuff that brings us back to the outside. It seems fall has all but […]

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