Coastal Life

A Cow in the Window


“Man needs difficulties; they are necessary for health.”                             ~ Carl Jung I did my yoga teacher training at the age of 53, in a bustling, young yoga studio in North Naples. The instructors were informative and motivating, and the experience was one I will forever be […]

Cinco de Mayo Comes to Goodland – Again

Goodland Life

With a little help from their friends, Sherri Morrison and Noreen Seegers threw quite a party on Saturday, May 5. Everyone was invited – no cover, no minimum, no charge. Both these gals are movers and shakers in the Goodland community and just happen to live next door to each other. For the past 2 years they have gotten together […]

Diaphragmatic Breath Meditation


In my last column I discussed how to use diaphragmatic breathing to relax. In this column I’ll show you how to transform your breathing into breath meditation. Before doing this I’d like to give you a quick look at meditation. The written history of meditation dates back to the origins of the great Eastern religions of Hinduism (2500 B.C.), Buddhism […]

Make the Wind Your Friend

Coach Wayne’s Corner

Here on Marco, we are blessed with our prevailing tropical breeze/winds. You can almost set your clock to when they begin in the morning and pick up in velocity during the day. While these (usually) gentle breezes can make a hot humid day feel a little more pleasant, they can be quite an issue for pickleball players to have to […]

Where Did All Those Kids Come From?

Goodland Changes Gears

Monday morning March 13th dawned clear and cold in Goodland. The early morning temperatures were to be in the 50’s all week. At 9:00, as happens every Monday, the ladies of Joanie’s’ Juke Box popular exercise class began filing out of the Goodland Community Center into the chilly morning air to return to their homes. Shortly thereafter, a computer repair […]

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