Managing the Chill Mindfully

Close that door, it’s freezing out! has been the most often heard command in my house this week.  It has edged out, No candy canes before dinner!, Don’t throw ice at your sister!, and even the recurrent Put-on-your-snow-boots-we’re-gonna-be-late!!!!! Welcome to winter in New England – five plus…

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What You Can Do To Support The Philippines

This weekend one of the most powerful storms in recorded history hit the eastern side of the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan touched land with winds estimated at points to be between 195-200 miles per hour. For perspective – Super Storm Sandy that devastated the northeastern United States last Halloween…

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Is There a Human Aspect to the Weather?

By Julia LeStage, Founder and CEO, Weathermob, Inc. The recent tragic deaths from the tornadoes in Oklahoma made me pause, again, and think about why the weather is so captivating to human beings. Why we just can’t we get enough of it, even when the weather is…

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8 Ways to Beat June Gloom

Okay, so judging by this map “June gloom” is obviously only a reality for several parts of the country this weekend. But for those of you in Southern California, New England, and the Great Lakes regions, it may be hard to feel excited about summer when the…

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