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From Me To You... ‘If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.’ Benjamin Franklin.

I am a planner, always have been. In fact I usually have a plan, a back-up plan, and a worst case scenario plan. I suppose it is because I work on an “assume the best but prepare for the worst” mentality and for that you need a few plans. We also have four children and that takes a ton of planning. School, work, extra-curriculars, they all need to be combined in the plan. Now that three of our kids are adults I thought I could ease up on the planning and allow others to take the lead. Well, as Michael Chabon said, “Man makes plans... and God laughs.”

did not happen according to plan. We spent the summer in the US - California and Florida, where we dodged hurricanes and humidity. Fun, but not the original plan.

I am also coming to a new stage in life. Planning for retirement. Not the financial part, that happened many years ago, thank goodness. I am talking about the fun part. Downsizing to a smaller house, traveling, taking on a new hobby. All the things I have been putting on the back burner while I get on with the business of raising a family. The possibilities are endless well as endless as my budget allows anyway. I have never been to Belize, or on safari, I was supposed to live in New Zealand with family when I was younger, perhaps I could finally see what life is like in the antipodes.

Whatever I decide to do I know that there will Our lives changed dramatically a few months ago be many plans to make - and really that’s half the and we have since welcomed two teenage girls fun! into our home and our family. We love having them and we have known them for most of their lives so the transition is mostly seamless. Except Catherine Uretsky for the planning. These kids have never learned Editor, Mountain View Magazine how to plan ahead. For anything. They live on info@estrellapublishing.com the fly and change plans on a whim. They are 623.594.9283 truly go with the flow girls and it has worked for them up to this point. The problem is that it doesn’t work in our family dynamic. I can’t drop everything to pick someone up from school when they decide not to go to a friend’s house after all, or they have to buy something for school the next day. I can help them out when I know what’s coming, we are working on that together and I know it will get better with time.

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Long-term plans are something else I love to do. You could call it a form of dreaming I suppose. The things I would love to do if everything comes together. I have been planning a family trip for a couple of years now but because of Covid my plans keep getting shelved and changed. My father turned 80 this summer and we were all supposed to be in England for a month of celebrations and exploration. Obviously that 4 Estrella Publishing - Mountain View magazine

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Spiritual Thoughts I was caught off guard. It was the last thing I expected to see as I moved the bookshelf. A mouse. A mouse in my house. I spent an hour or so with one cat actively hunting it down in a cluttered room that was getting ready for some serious re-organization with no avail. “Sounds like it is time for a mouse trap” my husband said. At the store, there were only kill traps. I cringed. That was unappealing in so many ways. The mess, the death...I didn’t want to kill the mouse, I only wanted it out of my house. I bought a trap. I thought that if I didn’t catch it by bedtime, I would set the trap. Later that afternoon, I saw my cat get really excited. I grabbed the nearest child and said, “let’s catch a mouse.” With the kid and cat at one end of the bookshelf and me at the other with a bucket, we successfully caught it! After “oohing” and “aahing” we took it out into the desert where I hoped it would have a better future than what it would have had in my home.

family and I went to the effort to catch it humanely. Every day we are faced with choices and sometimes the easiest, least energetic response is to ignore or condemn a person. I take my cues from John 3:16-17 which is paraphrased as “God gave the world God’s only son; not to condemn the world, but to save it.” This passage reminds me that someone loves me so much they want me to succeed and live my best. We can translate that into our actions. We are loved. We can love others. Now, I am not talking about mice anymore. How will you save a life today? Will you give up some of your time to listen to someone in need? Make a new friend? See someone in distress and get them the help they need? It is easy to do nothing, but we need more people who will do something to change the world for the better. Today will you also practice compassion and understanding? Submitted by Misty Howick, Pastor of Spirit Song Church meeting in Vistancia, Facebook Live and Youtube.

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Bone Health

Approximately half of all adults aged 50 and older are at risk of breaking a bone, according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Even seemingly safe activities like exercising and driving can become troublesome for individuals with osteoporosis. Debilitating fractures and long-term issues are frequent outcomes of weak and brittle bones. In fact, 50 percent of people who break their hips never fully heal, 10 percent end up in nursing homes, and 33 percent die within a year of their initial fracture. Rheumatologist and internist Dr. Adam Kreitenberg explains, “Many people don’t realize they have bone density issues until they experience a fall or fracture. The goal is to build strong and healthy bones before it’s too late.” Calcium’s benefits, such as gaining bone mass and increasing bone density, have been welldocumented for many years. So, why are recent studies revealing an increase in osteoporosis in the United States, particularly among women?

body. When calcium hydroxyapatite is combined with vitamin D3, studies show that bone density is increased and the rate of bone loss is reduced. It may also aid in the prevention of osteoporosis. “In my rheumatology practice, I combine complementary treatments, such as diet and weight bearing exercises with an advanced medicinal treatment, OsteoMD,” Dr. Kreitenberg explains. “This is a powerful bone support therapy based on emerging clinical data, and my patients are already noticing the difference it is making in their day-to-day lives.”

According to a recent clinical study published in The Journal of Orthopaedic Science, calcium needs to combine with vitamin D3 and other key nutrients in order to support bone density. However, not just any calcium will do; a highly absorbable form of calcium, such as calcium hydroxyapatite, is recommended since it is bioidentical to the calcium already found in your

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The Habit Of The Check Morning Journal Entry: Today, I have decided to be different. No longer will I wander through life. Yes, I’m only sixteen, but I have decided to no longer live a life of wasted time, self-doubt, second-guessing myself, and unhappiness… you know…just existing from day to day. I am going to determine what I want from life, find a purpose, and start my journey. Today, I will set some goals. I think goals will give me some direction, something to believe in and be passionate about. Maybe someday, one of my goals may even change the world. My first goal will be to “Develop the Habit of the Check.”    What is the Habit of the Check? 

Writing down your goals on paper and then checking them off when you achieve them. Educator and civil rights activist Benjamin Mays said it best; “The tragedy of life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach.” Those who set goals understand something magical happens when you put your goals in writing. The It Formula is a four-step process for easy goal achievement. The It Formula • Write It • Plan It • Do It • Check It

• Start with a few areas. The keyword here is “start,” and just for fun, throw in some daily and weekly goals. On Sunday night, before you go to bed, spend few minutes reflecting and writing your goals for the coming week. • Develop long-term and short-term goals. Everyone is encouraged to have at least one unbelievable goal. In Youth4Youth, we call this a S.O.A.R. Goal. A goal that is So Outstanding And Remarkable that if accomplished, you and others would be amazed. Author Larry Tracey is Executive Director of Youth4Youth, author, speaker, and member of the 3PC (Peoria Primary Prevention Coalition). As a new substance abuse prevention coalition for Peoria, we need your help. Our mission is to help Peoria’s youth make positive life choices and choose to live a drug-free lifestyle. Are you or someone you know interested in being involved? Learn more at https://3pcoalition. org/  or call us at 623-208-3230.

Here are a few tips to quickly energize you to begin the Habit of the Check. • Put your goals in writing. Those who set goals understand something magical happens when you put your goals in writing. There is no limit to how many goals you can have. Diversify your life; consider setting educational, career, personal, fitness and health, athletic, financial, hobby/fun, social, spiritual, relationship, and family goals.  

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Furry Friends Did you know honey bees are responsible for over 35% of the foods you eat, as well as the honey you enjoy? Honey bees are vital to the health of the planet and to the food chain, as they are necessary for pollinating more than 90 food crops including fruits, vegetables and nuts - plus alfalfa, which is used as feed for the livestock that supply our meat and dairy. There are many ways you can enjoy the fruits of the honey bees’ labor, while also helping to support their habitats and ensuring they’ll be around for generations to come. The National Honey Board has partnered with registered dietitian Maggie Michalczyk, RDN, to bring you her favorite planet-friendly tips and ideas. Here are Michalczyk’s tips for enjoying and celebrating the hardworking pollinator. 1. Celebrate pollinator foods Honey bees are needed to pollinate over 90 crops. So the next time you are enjoying apples, avocados, cherries, almonds or sunflower seeds, you can celebrate the fact that all of these foods are made possible by hardworking honey bees.

2. Sweat for bees Movement is key to a balanced life. Skip the pesticides in your yard and pull weeds by hand instead. Then make sure to plant bee-friendly flowers and flowering herbs in your garden and yard. 3. Expand your produce palate Pollinators, including honey bees, are responsible for 1 in every 3 bites of food that everyone eats, including many fruits and vegetables. Eating a wide variety of produce plays a role in enhancing the diversity of your gut microbiome. 4. Work in daily natural energy boosters Consider a mid-afternoon break with a cup of tea sweetened with honey. Green and black tea both contain beneficial antioxidants, and honey is a 100% pure and natural energy booster. 5. Make it Mediterranean Take a page from the popular Mediterranean diet and fill your plate with whole grains, lean proteins like fish, unsaturated fats, fruits and veggies - and use honey whenever possible. Honey is traditionally part of the MediterraneanStyle Dietary Pattern, as recognized in the 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

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Recently, you may have heard that the federal government has declared a Tier 1 water shortage for the Colorado River. But, what does a Tier 1 shortage mean? How does that effect Peoria residents? A priority system governs CAP water deliveries in the event there is not enough supply to meet all the demands. In this system, the lowest priority is agricultural users; therefore, municipalities should not experience water reductions at this time. As we all know, our state has been in a drought for more than two decades. As these conditions continue, many experts have been expecting and preparing for this situation. Peoria has a long history of exceptional water management and, over the last 25 years, has made significant investments to safeguard the community from drought and shortage conditions. Peoria takes a proactive and long-range approach when it comes to planning for its water supply.This includes planning and preparing for droughts and other scenarios that impact renewable

surface water supplies. These preparations touch all aspects of water resources from diversifying and enhancing supplies, to promoting conservation, and building new infrastructure. As a desert community, the city of Peoria must remain good stewards of its water supply. With a focus on sustainability, smart growth, and longterm planning, Peoria has created a diverse water portfolio that is safe and secure. We all have a role to play in water conservation and it can be very simple to reduce your water consumption.While Peoria has and continues to take steps to prepare for a drier future, the city needs your help. Every drop of water conserved is a drop that can remain behind a dam or in the ground for a drier day. Making incremental changes to reduce your water usage makes Peoria’s water supply more resilient in a drier future. Remember, Peoria has enough water to use, but never enough to waste. Learn more about how you can help by visiting www. peoriaaz.gov/conservation. Submitted by Bridget Binsbacher, Councilmember, Mesquite District

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Health Habits

Statistics show that 73% of Americans consider their health and wellness a priority and are reevaluating their own lifestyle habits. Many are now choosing to take their health into their own hands with healthy lifestyle changes - and no matter what changes individuals make, the journey to better health habits almost always begins with small steps. Wondering what you can do to make a lasting change in your overall wellness? Here are five ways you can start improving your health habits today, with insight from Dr. Kent Bradley, Chief Health and Nutrition Officer at Herbalife Nutrition: 1. Eat with nutrition in mind We all know improving our health habits often starts in the kitchen, but maybe you need a few ideas to inspire you. There are hundreds of websites that offer great tutorials, and you can

find recipes for virtually any ingredient to suit any taste or diet.

2. Skip the junk food We often reach for that bag of chips or find ourselves in line at the drive-through when we haven’t planned a healthy, delicious, and filling meal at home. Take a few minutes to plan out at least a few meals for the week ahead. Not only will you be more likely to eat healthier throughout the week, but you’ll save money by avoiding takeout. 3. Take vitamins or supplements Supplements can help fill nutritional gaps yearround and some support your immunity. 4. Exercise more Starting a new fitness routine can be a little daunting. Consider joining a local, outdoor running or walking group. Whatever you do, choose an activity you enjoy and you’ll be more likely to stick to it. 5. Prioritize sleep Your sleep schedule plays a big role in weight maintenance and mental alertness. A lack of sleep can lead to an increase in appetite, which can quickly derail your wellness goals.

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Home Sweet Home

The kitchen is famously the go-to room of the house where family and friends gather to spend time together, so it should be a space that you enjoy hanging out in. If your kitchen’s decor is starting to look a little tired, you can always freshen things up by adding modern and functional touches. Here are five ideas - from simple to complex - that can transform your kitchen from tired to top-notch.

1. Color your world Adding color doesn’t need to be expensive or time-consuming. For instance, small appliances are to kitchens what throw pillows are to couches. Look for small, countertop kitchen appliances with a color you love and put them on display. Dress up your floors with a colorful runner. Paint something - an accent wall, a nook, woodwork, or cabinets. 2. Warm up your countertops If you want to add a bit of natural warmth to your kitchen, consider butcher block countertops.Adding to the benefits of butcher block, the close grain of the wood provides a smooth, scratch-resistant surface that’s easy to clean.

3. Make a cozy, intimate seating area Because people tend to congregate in the kitchen, invite them to stay awhile by installing a modern seating area. Get creative with counter seating, or carve out a cozy nook in a corner. Banquet seating or a bench at a window-side table can give your kitchen an inviting atmosphere. 4. Shed a new light on it Updating your light fixtures can make a nightand-day difference in the mood of your kitchen. The easiest to install is pendant lighting that you plug into the wall. Hang a hook from the ceiling and swoop the cord over it and voila, you’ve got modern lighting. 5. Put a spotlight on your kitchen floor Fresh flooring can greatly revitalize your kitchen, instantly sprucing up any dull decor with a timeless product that is resilient, waterproof, durable and attractive. Breathing new life into your kitchen can be as simple or as complex as you want to make it. Start small and go big, or start big and accent with small touches of color. Make it yours, and make it inviting.

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Samurai Sudoku for October This samurai sudoku puzzle is a great way to engage the brain and help develop logic skills. There are 5 overlapping grids with one unique solution. Each of 4 corners are shaded. To solve this Samurai puzzle use standard sudoku rules for every 9x9 grid: each digit from 1 to 9 can only appear once in Samurai Sudoku Puzzle #13 every row, column and 3x3 box. Good Luck! Solutions are on our website www.EstrellaPublishing.com This samurai sudoku puzzle is a great way to engage the brain and help develop logic skills. There are 5 overlapping grids with one unique solution. Each of 4 corners are shaded. To solve this Samurai puzzle use standard sudoku rules for every 9x9 grid: each digit from 1 to 9 can only appear once in every row, column and 3x3 box.

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Mountain View  

Mountain View is a free, monthly magazine produced by Estrella Publishing for the residents of Vistancia, Trilogy Blackstone.

Mountain View  

Mountain View is a free, monthly magazine produced by Estrella Publishing for the residents of Vistancia, Trilogy Blackstone.

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