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I was scrolling on the internet recently and a headline jumped out at me, “3 Scary Noises Your Furnace Shouldn’t Make.” So I immediately thought, “I should read this so I know if my furnace is making any unusual or dangerous noises!” Now I should note that my furnace is not making any odd noises that I am aware of, and if it was I wouldn’t hear them anyway because it is in the garage. But that did not stop me from scrolling to learn all I could - from the font of all wisdom, the internet.

Did you ever think that there would be too much information? That having access to all the knowledge out there would cause more problems than it would fix?

Let me give you another example. Someone in our family recently had regular blood work done. “Not a problem!” You say. Well, have you visited a doctor recently? Gone for any blood tests or scans? Then you too are a victim of the ‘knows too much’ family. Those incomprehensible lists of names you almost know from all those hours of watching Grey’s Anatomy, the scary numbers

that seem so high and low compared to the ‘normal range’ presented to you.

So you do what we all do. Google it. This, my friends, is the rabbit hole of information that always ends with you convinced that you have at the least a serious, if not terminal, diagnosis. Once an actual doctor was consulted there was nothing unusual in the tests, but the temporary terror we experienced was not good for our health. In this world of law suits and commercials claiming that everyone has been exposed to some terrifying chemical or other, it can be hard to reign in the terror that a medical report instills.

A little knowledge is apparently a dangerous thing, and I will try to reduce my internet based research in the future. Now excuse me while I check out my furnace, I swear I heard it making a noise just now...

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Get Out Of Your Own Way

Have you ever wondered why you react so strongly to certain things? Why someone says a specific thing or acts a certain way toward you and you have a big reaction that later seems disproportionate to the event? I can promise you it’s because at least one of your self-limiting beliefs is being triggered. Let’s look at a couple of examples here:

For instance, your partner goes out with friends, comes home later than expected and doesn’t call or return your texts when it gets really late and you’re trying to check in with them. When they get home, you go off on them and rant and rave about them not caring about you, or maybe you even accuse them of cheating. Chances are, those situations are triggering your fears of abandonment. When that fear is triggered, like it or not, you are instantly transported back to when those fears first arose. It’s not a conscious process, but it’s one that will continue if you don’t do something to overcome it by exploring and changing the self-limiting beliefs that lie beneath it.

Or let’s say your friend becomes really successful with an opportunity that was presented to both of you but you didn’t take because of a fear of failure. When you see her, she talks about how her career is rocketing to the next level and how she’s so happy that her hard work has paid off. You say that you’re happy for her but then you cry on your way home and snark at your spouse or kids when you get home. But aren’t you happy for your friend? Yes, of course you are, but you’re also jealous, which is triggered by your selflimiting belief of not being worthy or capable of good things. You have to annihilate your selflimiting beliefs in order to respond differently to both the opportunities and the successes of others.

DISCLAIMER: Material is for informational purposes only and not intended to be a substitute for evaluation or treatment by a licensed professional. Material is copyrighted and may only be reproduced with written permission of Dr. Bellingrodt.

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Texas Sheet Cake Cookies (for Santa!)

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for COOKIE EXCHANGES! Many of us have been to one or hosted ~ depending on the number of guests, instructions are given for how many cookies to bring so that everyone goes home with a bountiful variety. The recipe I’m sharing this month comes from a neighbor, Kelly, who brought these to last year’s event ~ and they were one of the hits of the party! And what are the origins of Texas Sheet Cake, you ask? A reference for a large chocolate sheet cake published in the Galveston Daily News back in 1936 as well as a 1967 recipe for another chocolate sheet cake with pecans in the frosting that was published in the Huntsville Heritage Cookbook. Yes, Huntsville as in Alabama, not Texas!

Cookie Ingredients:

1 box Devil’s Food Cake Mix 2 Eggs, whisked 1/3 C Vegetable or Canola Oil


½ C unsalted Butter

2 T unsweetened Cocoa Powder

3 T whole Milk

2-1/2 C Powdered Sugar

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine cookie ingredients in a large bowl until mixed thoroughly. Dough will be thick.

Using a medium cookie scoop, place dough on parchment-lined cookie sheets. Bake for 7-8 minutes; remove from oven then let cool on the cookie sheets for 4-5 minutes before moving them to a cooling rack.

Combine first (3) frosting ingredients in a small saucepan over medium heat and whisk until melted. Remove from heat and add powdered sugar ~ whisk until smooth. Using a small spatula, spread frosting over cookies.

Let frosting set; cookies can be kept in an airtight container at room temperature up to (3) days.

Optional: Place a Pecan Half on each cookie after frosting is spread.

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The It Formula

Our habits and behaviors significantly influence our success; setting goals is one habit that will quickly contribute to a life of success. Over the past three Main Street Magazine issues, we have shared the Three Keys of Success: Thinking, Passion, and Body Language. If you missed any of the Keys, you will quickly find them at https://

Over the years, I have found that the #1 habit successful people possess is the habit of goal setting. This will lead you to the next habit, the habit of the check (checking your goals off), which creates the habit of accomplishing your goals. Where could you take your life if you developed the habit of achieving your goals?

Making the Magic Happen with “The IT Formula” Write It

This action moves a wish or a dream to reality and gives you a 50% chance of accomplishment without doing anything else. It subconsciously points your mind in a specific direction. You will find yourself unconsciously making choices that

move you toward your goal. Through the years, I now accomplish 70% of the goals I put in writing without doing anything else. Plan It

Creating a plan gives you a 75% - 85% chance of accomplishment. Thinking steps through creates a roadmap. We do not always know the how, but knowing the first few steps exposes us to the next steps. We gain momentum and confidence and what we saw in the distance is now within our grasp.

Do It

Trick Question #1 – What is the “It” in Do It? It is the Plan. Taking action on your plan will give you a 95% chance of accomplishment.

Check It

Trick Question #2 – What is the “It” in Check It? Do you ever have a day that does not go according to plan? What are our options? I could get stressed, upset, or angry, or I could stay flexible and develop my next helpful habit. Highly successful people have developed the habit of finding solutions to problems. Practice this habit regularly, and you will soon discover you have hardwired your brain to find solutions to almost any situation. You will find you possess confidence in achieving your goals. Why? Because you always do!

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Taming Your Child’s Sweet Tooth

Many of us love sweet treats! Children have more taste buds than adults and are more sensitive to sweet flavors, which may be why they crave sweets more. How can we help them avoid overindulging with all the birthday celebrations, holidays and other occasions?

One way to minimize the allure of and desire for sweets is to serve dessert with dinner. Help them learn that the healthier foods are the ones that provide them with more nutritional value and energy. Let your children know that they can and will have more sweets another time, so they don’t feel like they’ll never have a chance to have those foods again.

Make sure that your children mostly eat healthy, good-for-you foods that help bodies grow, and the rest can be fun foods, like sweets and salty snacks. Children can grasp this concept, and it

helps them make decisions about what to eat. As parents, instead of describing sugary foods as bad, we can explain to children that these foods have very little nutritional value and won’t help them grow healthy bodies. If we see sweets as an occasional pleasure that won’t offer us a lasting boost in energy, instead of as something forbidden, we will all be healthier for it!

Submitted by Nicole Bigham, On-site Owner, The Goddard School in Buckeye-Verrado

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Holiday Joy

Seeing the holidays through the eyes of a child is a remarkable experience. Children take extra delight in twinkling lights, festive songs and stories, and the excitement in the air. Involving our little ones in ongoing celebrations not only offers great bonding opportunities, but it can also benefit their long-term growth. Here are four activities that will subtly activate physical, emotional and cognitive development:

• Baking cookies

“Think about all the steps that go into baking, from scooping and measuring to mixing and pressing cookie cutters into the dough. All these hands-on skills are beneficial to promoting fine motor and early math skills in children,” said Joy Turner, vice president of education for the Kiddie Academy brand. Baking and decorating cookies is a great way to increase children’s upper body strength, pincer grasp, hand/eye coordination and more. Invite your children to stir, roll, touch, smell, feel, count and taste your cookie creations for a full sensory experience.

• Making homemade cards and decorations Let your children color, cut out shapes, glue and write on the cards to practice dexterity, handwriting and visual processing skills. Take stamps and decorate plain brown paper and ask your children to help you wrap gifts in it. Build a popsicle-stick Christmas tree or menorah to focus on engineering basics. Use a hole punch to allow tree lights to shine through cardstock ornaments while building hand strength. Find activities that are fun and that also focus on necessary abilities.

• Building a countdown chain Use strips of construction paper and tape or glue to build a chain with a pattern of alternating colors and one link for each day until the big event. Your children’s brains will have to access memory to remember to remove a link each day and you can prompt them to practice counting the remaining chain links as well.

• Giving gifts and volunteering Character values are a very important and easy skill to practice during the holiday season. Let your children see how it feels to select and give a special item to a family member or neighbor to build kindness and generosity. Gratitude and good citizenship can be developed by even our youngest children through helping others within the community by volunteering or donating to a toy or food drive. Because the whole purpose of the holidays is to show kindness and helpfulness, numerous benefits come from engaging children in these activities at a developmentally appropriate level.

Holiday activities that serve a twofold purpose of celebrating the season while also focusing on child development abound. In addition to the benefits of physical, creative and personal growth, a completed craft or activity also offers a self-esteem boost that will keep the holiday spirit alive.

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Money Matters

Now that it’s the holiday season, gifts are probably on your mind – and you might intend for some of those gifts to go to charities. Although your intentions are good, you could be shortchanging both your recipients and yourself with your method of giving. But with some guidance, you can make choices that work well for you and those charitable groups you support. Of course, you could simply give money to these groups. However, by donating other types of assets, can you increase the value of your gift and gain greater tax benefits, too?

It’s certainly possible, but your ability to gain any tax advantages depends somewhat on whether or not you can itemize deductions on your tax return. Due to legislation passed a few years ago that significantly increased the standard deduction, many people may no longer be itemizing. But if you still itemize, you

can generally deduct up to 60% of your adjusted gross income for cash donations to IRS-qualified charities. Another contribution strategy involves donating other assets, such as stocks. You could donate stocks directly to a charitable group, but you might gain more benefits by making an irrevocable contribution to a donoradvised fund (DAF). Again, assuming you can itemize, you can deduct the full fair-market value of the asset, up to 30 percent of your adjusted gross income, and your contributions can be invested in mutual funds or similar vehicles. The contributions have the opportunity for growth, and distributions to the charity are tax-free. You can then decide, on your own timetable, which IRS-qualified charitable groups you would like to receive the money. Furthermore, if you donate stocks that have risen in value, you won’t incur potential capital gains taxes that you would have when you eventually sold the stocks. These taxes can be considerable, especially if you’ve held the stocks for a long time. (You’ll want to consult with your tax advisor on how charitable gifts can affect your taxes, especially if you’re thinking of using a donor-advised fund.)

These charitable donation methods are not secrets, and they are available to many people –you don’t have to be wealthy to employ them. Your instinct to help support charitable groups is a worthy one – and by getting some help, you can turn this impulse into actions that may work to everyone’s benefit. Submitted by Wayne Polk, AAMS, Financial

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The Bug Guy

Winter is here, at last! With lows in the 40s in November I wonder what December will bring. Could it be cold enough for snow as we get deeper into winter? Maybe, maybe not, we will just have to wait and see. As our winter season progresses it’s important to remember to reach out to your friends and family to stay connected, not just during the holidays, but all year long.

Regardless of whether or not the cooler weather is appealing to you, we anticipate certain insect activity will decrease; however, other ones will increase. I know that we are all enjoying the cooler temperatures and are enjoying the comforts of opening our homes to the fresh air,

however, we need to be mindful to keep our window/door screens shut and in good repair to keep the creepy crawlers out of the house.

The cooler weather changes the types of insects that are more prevalent around our homes but doesn’t remove all of them. Be on the lookout for an increase in more flying bugs as well as spiders. The big jump in the quantity of spiders we will see is primarily based on the increase in their food source, flying insects. Don’t worry though, the dangerous spiders we have like the black widow, shelter down for the winter.

On another positive weather-related note, with our lows below 50 degrees the rattle snakes are trying to stay warm and are mostly not interested in getting out of their den for the season. Keep in mind, however, that a warm day may bring them out of hibernation. So, if you are out on our trails and its warm you should continue to keep an eye out for snakes.

With the return of cooler weather, we also see the return of the great horned owls. Not only are these beautiful raptures, but they will also help control the native rodent population as rodents are their natural prey.

Continue to be mindful of your surroundings to keep your family safe from our typical winter pests. Enjoy your holidays!

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Submitted by Larry Cash, of Estrella Mountain Pest Control

Furry Friends

The holidays are upon us, which means running around with a “to-do” list longer than your arm. Why not take a break from the hustle and bustle of the season? Join us for an afternoon with friends at our annual English afternoon tea, “On Lump or Two,” on Sunday, December 11, from 2-4 p.m at the Center on Main. In keeping with the tradition that started in England in the mid-1800s, our tea will include tasty bakery treats and desserts to enjoy with your tea. Tickets are $30 per person and are available on This event always sells out, so reserve your tickets as soon as possible.

Another time-honored tradition here in Verrado is a special visit by Santa Paws. Stop by with your family and four-legged companion at the Center on Main on December 18, from 10:00 a.m – 1:00 p.m., to have your pet photographed with Santa. All proceeds will benefit Community Paws.

If you are searching for a gift for that pet lover in your life, check out the pet-centric merchandise in our shop on - and get

something for yourself while you’re at it. Your purchases will go to support Community Paws’ work in our community.

Here are other some other ways you can support our mission, not only during the holidays but all year round:

1. Set up an online account at Fry’s and select Community Paws as your designated charity.

2. Shop using your Amazon account through and choose Community Paws as your charity.

3. Create a monthly or one-time donation through our website.

We can do the work we do through your kindness and generosity throughout the year, and we are very grateful for your support. We wish you, your loved ones and your furry friends a healthy holiday season and a joyous New Year.

Submitted for Community Paws by Lyndie Mason Warner, Verrado resident.

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