Value News Articles–2021

Wright for You

Category: | Issue: February 2021

Wright for You

Category: | Issue: February 2021

Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Announce the Officers for 2021

Category: | Issue: February 2021

In Search of Spirits

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

With the changing leaves and a lingering chill in the air, the coming of Fall can conjure eerie inspiration. October is a time when many find entertainment in exploring the unknown, but for some, it is a year-round endeavor. Would you seek to find spirits in the dark?

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Guardian Angels

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

Angels are often depicted as fat little babies with wings that are sent into individual’s lives to give enlightenment, guidance, and protection. Not a very good image for building a person’s confidence in their wisdom and supremacy. As it turns out, however, they are very physically superior spiritual beings that are highly intelligent, very powerful and have specific jobs in the Kingdom.

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What are the Effects of a Full Moon?

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

What can turn someone who is amiable by nature into someone who is confrontational, have unpredictable mood swings, and even become violent for no apparent reason? It can result in more traffic accidents, increased suicides, and can even fill a hospital nursery. What is this powerful culprit that is so invasive and, at worst, even be destructive?

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Dreams and Their Meanings

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

Many don’t realize that people get a lot done during their sleep. They tend to clean house, so to speak, of emotions that have been in play during their day. It’s an overnight therapy session of sorts, and it’s a time to file away those memories made. Most of the psychological work is done during those mysterious minutes call REM or rapid eye movement phase of sleep. Bottom line, what is that nighttime movie being watched in our head?

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Soup Season

By: Shannon Smith | Category: Restaurants | Issue: January 2021

I always think of January as the perfect month for making soup since the weather is chilly, and soup warms the body and soul. This January, however, I’ll be spending most of my time in Mexico where the weather is pleasantly warm. I’ll be studying different Mexican cuisines around the country, and I’m sure soup will be on at least one of my cooking agendas.

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It's Time for Claremore's Premier Wedding Show...

By: Macy Goodnight | Category: Rogers County | Issue: January 2021

The idea of planning a dream wedding is thrilling and exciting, with so many magical possibilities to consider! A one-stop-shop for all of the elements that make for most noteworthy nuptials can be experienced at the enchanting city of Claremore’s newest wedding show. Say Yes To I Do!

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How to Create Your Own Vision Board

By: Chris Putman | Category: Special Interest | Issue: January 2021

There are some people who are achievers in life. You can see the focus in their eyes, and each step they take is deliberate. They know what they want, they know each move they must make to get to their destination, and their life reflects their intentionality. Then there are others who seem to flounder. Some don’t figure out what they want for decades, if at all, and some misstep time and again. What separates these individuals from one another?

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Jeff Galloway's: Train for a 5K/10K

By: Value News | Category: Health & Fitness | Issue: January 2021

Okay, so many of us have been indoors and gained a few unwanted pounds over the past few months. One of the best, lowest-cost ways, to improve your lifestyle and lose weight is to set a goal and train for a 5K or 10K. Realistically, a 5K is a great distance for a beginner; its 3.1 miles and you can prepare in just two months. We found Jeff Galloway’s training schedule to be efficient and effective.

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200+ Things to do at Home

By: Value News | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: January 2021

It’s always fun to do something new, but often we fall into the trap of spending our free time the same way. Let’s be honest, it can be quite dull and uneventful following the same monotonous routine day in and day out. Trying new things and enhancing experiences that already make you happy helps us relieve monotony, vanquish fears, boredom and allow us to expand our minds and learn. If you’re stuck in the same old routine, it might be time to try something new.

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