Celebrate America

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

(The Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776. It announced that the thirteen American colonies, then at war with Great Britain, regarded themselves as independent and no longer a part of the British Empire.)

Celebrate on July 4th and give thanks to our founding fathers for the right to pursue happiness. It is not handed to us on a silver platter, but we have the right, the ability and the opportunity to follow our dreams.

If you have a clutter issue, then rejoice at how rich you truly are. You now have the opportunity to celebrate and share your abundance. Have a give-away party, donate to charity, or add to a community’s tag sale. The objective is to feel good (pursue happiness) about recycling, donating, repurposing the unused, unwanted, unloved items. Don’t let your possessions possess you. Take control and purge.

Think positively. The purging process is about celebrating the pursuit of happiness by giving to someone who needs it more than you.

God bless America and its citizens from sea to shining sea!

How do you plan to share your abundance? Leave your comments below.

July: National Recreation and Parks Month

Get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather!

The official purpose of National Recreation and Parks Month (designated in 1985) is to invite everyone to participate in outdoor leisure activities. It is a time for you and your family to get outside and enjoy the sunshine by visiting our nation’s beautiful parks – community parks, state parks and national parks.

July is an ideal time for everyone to rediscover the fun of outdoor recreation – hiking, biking, swimming, exploring, discovering…

A huge thank you to all park’s employees who make our park experience enjoyable and unforgettable.

Jackson Hole Valley – An abandoned Mormon Settlement with the Grand Tetons in the background.
The United States has nearly 100 protected areas known as national parks, forests and preserves. Have you visited one that you felt was spectacular? Let others know about your experience by leaving a comment below.