The distancing requirements or the Covid-19 virus have prevented NCTV from filming “A Walk in the Garden with Liz Davey” at my home.  In spite of the, restrictions the gardens are growing as usual. I want to share a few of the things I’ve been doing outdoors in my gardens and some of the summer…

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Epstein

My pick for this week’s “Media That Matters” is the new Netflix docuseries “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich.” It’s a disturbing watch, enraging even… but something that needs to be seen. I’m sure everyone is aware of the now deceased and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, but he has been on the radar and it was…

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Personal reflection into the challenges I’ve faced during this time and the lessons I learned I know what you’re thinking…..here we go again, another pandemic blog post. But hear me out and give this read a chance because maybe, just maybe, my words can help you find the light you’ve been searching for. In this…

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Let’s be honest, we have all been a little less active since the quarantine started. Being trapped in our houses and limited to only some aspects of everyday life has led to a more sedentary lifestyle. So, wouldn’t it be great to stretch those legs and have a relaxing break from all of the worries…

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White Lines

I’m choosing the recent release on Netflix “White Lines” as my choice for this week’s media that matters as I just finished binge-watching it and let me just say that it is one heck of a ride. Please note it is not for the faint of heart… there is plenty of drug use, strong language,…

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Tired of being cooped up in the house? Need some space from the kids? Well, the Wrentham Recreation Department has your answer! They are offering summer volleyball clinics at Rice Recreational Complex. Boys and girls entering the sixth grade all the way up to sophomores in high school are invited. They will be split up…

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Mindfulness Monday

The practice of acceptance and how it may bring effortless ease and comfort into your life. In this article, we’ll explore the law of impermanence and how it relates to the practice of acceptance. More specifically, how acceptance in the changing flow of the universe will result in sustained levels of inner peace. This teaching…

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Frontline

In a world that has so much biased news coverage, when you find a program that does not have a secret agenda it is refreshing. Frontline PBS is just that. It is a combination of videos, articles, documentaries, podcasts, and more. Frontline investigates and questions the changes that are occurring in our world. The impressive…

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5 reasons why Kava is good for you Health and wellness encompass a wide range of topics from physical exercise to mindfulness. A key factor within overall health is one’s diet. The foodstuff entering your body is the fuel to energize your body temple. Your body is the vehicle to interact and experience life and…

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After months of being cooped up inside due to the coronavirus outbreak, Massachusetts is starting to open back up. Phases have been passed and now the state is ready to allow youth sports back. Now they won’t look like previous years, but at least they are back. Norfolk Recreation announced this week that the FC…

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