Author: Jenna Hirayama

When Ants Attack

Ants indulge in large amounts of food during the fall and live off of the fat they store from this time while they hibernate during the winter months. This is unfortunate for us because when spring rolls around the ants wake up hungry. Ants are often found in kitchens, bathrooms, pantries, etc. because they have […]

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Upcoming Community Events

Summer time is the perfect time for community events. Here are some coming up in this month: July 15th: “Picking for Patients” Fundraiser My Wish List Foundation is hosting this event at Tanaka Farms. Attendees will truly experience what farm-to-table means while learning about the health and cancer fighting benefits of the picked foods. For […]

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Surviving Hot Summer Nights (without AC)

  Temperatures are climbing and unfortunately that means hot and humid nights. Instead of turning on your air conditioner and running up your bill, consider using some of these methods:   Stick your sheets in the freezer a few minutes before bed. While this won’t keep you cool all night long it will provide some […]

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Exercising Tips and Tricks for the Summer Heat

Summer is quickly approaching and with that comes hotter temperatures and higher humidity. This doesn’t mean our fitness routines need to be put on the backburner. Here are some tips for staying cool while exercising this summer:   Exercise in Cooler Places Instead of walking/running on asphalt which   tends to attract heat from the […]

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Memorial Day Events 2017

Every year on the last Monday in May, we celebrate Memorial Day, a day spent honoring the men and women who passed away while serving in the United States military. It officially became a holiday in 1971. Many Americans spend the day visiting ceremonies and memorials or even participating in parades! Here are some memorial […]

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National Bike Month Safety Tips

May is national bike month and this Friday, May 19th, is bike to work day. With all of this being said, it is important to be safe and obey traffic laws and lights. Yes, we all know the basics of wearing protective helmets, signaling, and staying alert but being safe entails much more. Here are […]

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A Mother’s Day Adventure

Every year in May we celebrate Mother’s Day, a day set aside for honoring our mothers, grandmothers, and other mother-like figures in our lives. This special day is quickly approaching and we have limited time to put together a spectacular day to show our moms how much we truly appreciate them. Yes we could spoil […]

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