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MARCH 2018 PUBLISHER

Gia Luciano | Gia.Luciano@LifestylePubs.com PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

From Our Home to Yours A MAN TRAVELS THE WORLD OVER IN SEARCH OF WHAT HE NEEDS AND RETURNS HOME TO FIND IT.   -George A. Moore We welcome March to San Clemente, and we welcome our readers to go into the pages of this month's home issue.

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Lindsay Linegar | Lindsay.Linegar@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Cara Elise Taylor, Donna Bond, Gina Siebert, Gia Luciano CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Cara Elise Taylor, Gia Luciano, Manny Romero

Thank you for everyone's contributions this month, including Garth and good friend, Ed Lloyd of Woodslab, for giving us an inside look at the beautiful art they create out of wood. Alecia Nelson at It’s A Dog's Life Academy, for her insight with dogs being left at home. Laura LeFever of Reflections Interiors and Design, and Tina Metzger of TinaMarieDesigns. net, showing us creative ways to decorate with a coastal vibe. Also Gretchan Trudeau of Bamboo & Beyond, giving us ideas for an island-inspired feel at home.  This month, we get the chance to celebrate several observances, including, Peanut Butter Lovers' Day on the 1st; Employee Appreciation Day on the 2nd; Hug a GI day observed on the 4th;  Johnny Appleseed Day  on the 11th;  Incredible Kid Day  on the 16th and of course, Saint Patrick's Day is celebrated on the 17th. 

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CHIEF SALES OFFICER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DIRECTOR OF MARKETING ART DIRECTOR OPERATIONS DIRECTOR EDITORIAL MANAGER EDITORIAL AD MANAGER AD COORDINATORS

National Puppy Day is the 23rd; this day was created in 2006 by celebrity Pet & Home Lifestyle expert, Colleen Paige. It is a special day to recognize the unconditional love puppies give us, and the joy they bring into our lives. One of the goals is to encourage us to adopt orphaned puppies.  And March 29 is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day. This day celebrates small business owners. These individuals spend countless hours nurturing and growing their young enterprises. The workload demands, and lack of a hired staff, often translates into long and late hours, and many missed family and personal events. But, all in all, they love what they do. After all, they are their own boss.  

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Lastly, this month we move our clocks forward one hour for Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, March 11. Have a great March, San Clemente! ALABAMA | ARIZONA | CALIFORNIA | COLORADO | FLORIDA | GEORGIA | IDAHO ILLINOIS | KANSAS | MARYLAND | MICHIGAN | MINNESOTA | MISSOURI | MONTANA NEVADA | NORTH CAROLINA | OHIO | OKLAHOMA | OREGON | SOUTH CAROLINA TENNESSEE | TEXAS | UTAH | VIRGINIA | WASHINGTON

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MARCH 2018

FEATURES 14 Woodslab Tables Just Wants to Make People Stoked The Art of Carving Trees

16 Inspired by Coastal Vibes Decorating Ideas for Your Coastal Home

24 A Handful of Emeralds The Start to an Unusual Finish of Leather Jewelry Cuffs

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28 All Things Trendy A Tropical Twist on Modern

28 DEPARTMENTS

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Lifestyle Letter

8

Good Times

10

Legal Compass

12

Culinary Creations

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Page Turners

14

Artist’s Palette

24 Trend Setter 26 Local Limelight 28 Open House 30 Healthy Lifestyle 31

Now Open

32 Lifestyle Calendar 34 Parting Thoughts


GOOD TIMES

OC Contemporary Gallery Resin Art Show & Demonstration On January 20, 2018, OC Contemporary Gallery hosted a Resin Art Show & Demonstration featuring House Artists Christian Wach, Sarah Roberson and Jacob Herdell. Herdell put on a live demonstration using alcohol inks that delighted guests of all ages. Music was provided by Paul Jackson. 

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LEGAL COMPASS

The Importance of Estate Planning IF YOU HAVEN’T CONSIDERED ESTATE PLANNING YET, WORK ON IT NOW. ARTICLE JULIE B. MAINS, ESQ.

NO ONE CAN PREDICT THE FUTURE. But one thing is certain: if you

+ Relying On A Trust

leave unanswered questions about how to settle your affairs after you’re

A Trust establishes a legal arrangement defining how your assets

gone, life for your beneficiaries will be more difficult than it has to be.

are held for a beneficiary. Your estate assets are managed by a

Ensure the assets you’ve worked so hard to acquire go to the loved ones

trustee according to your wishes. Specific directions can be pro-

you designate. This is only possible through effective estate planning.

vided about how your assets should be managed by the trustee, and

Estate planning is a strategic step for putting your assets and

when and how they should be distributed. You can tailor terms of a

finances in order before your death. This may sound morbid, but life

trust to satisfy specific goals and meet the needs of your loved ones.

is unpredictable. We must plan ahead to save our dependents from

Since circumstances for every individual are different, it’s important

the unnecessary burden of dealing with loss and estate matters at

to discuss the matter with an estate planning attorney to determine

the same time. The process of estate planning includes establish-

if a trust is appropriate for your estate plan.

ing a will or trust, leaving your loved ones with specific instructions

Benefits of Estate Planning

about what to do with your assets when you’re gone.

+ I Already Have a Will, Isn’t that Enough?

Saves Heirs from Paying Extra in Taxes With proper estate planning, you can protect loved ones from

You might think your will is adequate, but a will must be reviewed regularly to ensure you’re not missing anything. Acquiring major assets,

potentially high tax burdens, depending on the size of your estate.

+ Eliminates Mess

getting married or dissolving a marriage, selling a business, changes in

We’ve all heard the stories about people fighting for property

beneficiaries’ circumstances, changes to personal circumstances, or

when their rich relative dies. One sibling might think that they

changes in tax laws can all necessitate changes to your will. Additionally,

deserve more than the other, or one might think they should

if you only have a will in California, but have assets in excess of fair market

decide who deserves the size of the share. This kind of squabbling

value of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($150,000.00), that will

gets ugly fast, and the families end up in the court room. Estate

is required to be probated which is public, time consuming and costly.

planning saves your family from battling each other in court. With

+ What Happens if there’s no ‘Will’?

an estate plan, you can decide who your assets will be transferred

If you don’t have a will, and you die, you’ll be considered intestate. If this happens, the California state intestacy laws will determine the

to in case you become incapacitated or die.

+ Protecting Beneficiaries

distribution of your assets. Intestacy laws vary depending on marital

An estate plan can protect both minor and adult beneficiaries

status, or whether you have children. Your assets are split amongst

from outside influencers, bad decisions, divorcing spouses, or cred-

your heirs. If no relatives are located, your estate assets will go to the

itor problems. By designating a trustee and guardian for minors, you

state. Therefore, it is always preferable to put your wishes in writing.

can ensure they get their deserved share without any discord.

+ Can I Rely Upon Joint Tenancy?

+ The Final Word

Joint tenancy is not a substitute for estate planning and is only

Save your loved ones from unnecessary suffering when you’re

applicable for the property that’s described in the instrument creat-

gone, by establishing an estate plan. Without one, your loved ones

ing it. If a single piece of real property is your primary asset, California

may be subjected to tax burdens, fighting over your property, or

currently offers a Revocable TOD deed that can be explored to deter-

becoming enemies over material possessions. Start estate planning

mine if appropriate for your Estate.

now and ensure your heirs get what they deserve!

Julie B. Mains, Esq. is an estate planning and litigation attorney in Dana Point. She has over 20 years of experience protecting her clients’ loved ones and assets. Ms. Mains is available for a complimentary initial consultation and/or Estate Plan review. MAINSLAWOFFICE.COM (949) 545-6500 10

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CULINARY CREATIONS

DUCK , DUCK , CONFIT QUESADILL A INGREDIENTS 1 duck breast 1 tortilla 1 15-ounce can black beans, rinsed 1 cob grilled corn, stripped 1 red bell pepper, diced 1 jalapeno, diced 1/2 red onion, diced 2 cup fresh baby arugula 2 tablespoons dried pumpkin seeds 1/4 cup Monterey Jack cheese 1/2 cup feta cheese 1 garlic clove 2 limes Mojo (Cuban-style marinade) Olive oil Cilantro Cumin

DUCK Confit duck breast by baking at 270 degrees for 4 hours in duck fat or oil until meat falls apart and can be shredded.

BLACK BE AN CORN SALSA Combine black beans, corn, bell pepper and jalapeño. Add cilantro, cumin, chipotle, salt and lime juice to taste.

ARUGULA PUMPKIN SEED PESTO Blend 1 cup arugula, dried pumpkin seeds, garlic clove (minced) and 1 ounces white vinegar. Add lime juice, salt and pepper to taste, and emulsify in blender with oil until thin enough to drizzle.

PREP Combine duck, black bean salsa and Mojo in

Chipotle

pan. On grill or in separate pan, prepare tortilla

Salt

with Monterey Jack cheese and 1/2 cup feta. Add duck and salsa mixture, and close into quesadilla. Slice quesadilla into quarters. Add quesadilla portions to plate, then top with arugula, additional salsa, arugula pumpkin seed pesto and remaining feta.

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

Woodslab Tables Just Wants to Make People Stoked GARTH, MASTERCRAFTER AT WOODSLAB, GREW UP LEARN-

HOW LONG DO PIECES GENERALLY TAKE TO BE FINISHED?

ING AND PRACTICING CARPENTRY. He built homes for nearly

GARTH: It’s a couple weeks, you know. Because it has to be

two decades, and made furniture in the front yard of his home. In

done right. I’m not a rich guy. I don’t have the greatest tools, but

November 2016, Ed Lloyd, who owns an equipment rental store next

I make everything that I work one hundred percent, and that’s

door, approached Garth to help him turn his remarkable talent, into a

old school. It’s not Ikea [laughs].

thriving business. The two friends partnered up and opened Woodslab. I visited Woodslab and had the pleasure of meeting Garth’s dogs Kona

WHERE DOES THE WOOD COME FROM?

and Roxy, and chatting with Ed and Garth about the joy that comes

GARTH: I have a mill up north with a friend. I go up a couple

from building beautiful things for people in your community.

times a month and I mill, stack lumber and then bring slabs home. The real root to it all is finding the diamond. There are  so many

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN MAKING FURNITURE HERE?

different things to the wood, and the nature of it.

GARTH: I’ve been doing this forever. I’ve been a carpenter all my life. DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE TYPE IS YOUR FAMILY INVOLVED WITH ANY OF THE WORK? GARTH: [enthusiastically] My daughters get into helping. It’s all about my family without a doubt. It’s a family gig. My wife comes in and helps out...she’s got an eye. WHAT’S YOUR WORKING DYNAMIC? ED: So he’s the woodworker, and I’m the Instagram guy, purchaser, and do all the communications. He’s the mastercrafter. GARTH: I don’t even know how to work a computer. I just want to get to work

“I’ve taken enough in life, in my

OF WOOD TO WORK WITH?

days of being young, so now I

I will get together and make cutting boards.

give it back. I sit here and work

GARTH: Every little piece, I love it all. I don’t even throw pieces of wood away. Eddie and My girls will help me make bracelets. HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE COMMUNITY

and make people happy. That’s

IN A CHARITABLE WAY AT ALL?

what the most important thing is.”

the studio, and they didn’t have it. So

and get people stoked. Now, Eddie knows all about computers, so that’s what creates the balance.

-Garth

GARTH: For a dance studio my daughters go to. They were looking to re-floor they had a silent auction, and I made a couple of beautiful walnut slabs and donated them [to the auction]. It felt good, my daughters were stoked, every-

ED: That’s what makes the working relationship really good, we

body was happy, and there you go, easy peasy happy life. That’s

don’t butt heads.

the goal. Giving to the community’s good, I believe in it.

WHAT IS YOUR SPECIALTY HERE?

DO YOU HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE COMING BACK

GARTH: I make custom furniture, custom tables, custom everything,

AND/OR SENDING THEIR FRIENDS?

it all depends on what that individual is looking for. I turn bowls, I do

ED: He’s got a good circle of repeats.

carvings, I make planters for nurseries, succulent planters.

GARTH: Yeah, you know it’s not about making a ton of money,

ED: You know the bar that’s in Huntington Beach, Cedar House? He

it’s about making a ton of people really stoked, so they go and

did the countertops on that. Those were redwood tops and those came

tell the next friend, and then the next friend. That’s how I pro-

out sweet. We did a table for the corporate Jack Daniels office in Irvine.

ceed in life. I’ve taken enough in life, in my days of being young,

GARTH: It’s all about the customer, one hundred percent, what’s in

so now I give it back. I sit here and work and make people

their eye, and what they want, and then we go from there. (They also

happy. That’s what the most important thing is.

donated a beautiful table to Zebra House Coffee.)

For inquiries, contact woodslabsc@gmail.com.

ARTICLE CARA ELISE TAYLOR | PHOTOGRAPHY GIA LUCIANO 14

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Ed (left) and Garth (right) are a fabulous match. Roxy takes a nap near some precious slabs of wood.

A beautiful bowl made by Garth.

Redwood piece that will likely become a cutting board.

Garth slices some redwood.

A donation to Zebra House Coffee. (photo by Ed Lloyd)

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INSPIRED BY Coastal Vibes

THE FOCAL POINT OF THE LIVING ROOM IS THE FIREPLACE ACCENTED BY THE ARTWORK AND FRAMED IN BY THE TWO ÉTAGÈRES. The conversation or sitting area is defined by the textured area rug. Four matching chairs surround a custom round cocktail table where you can sit and read, play games, relax, have a cocktail and enjoy the fire. The small accent tables of chrome and wood offer a place for drinks and other accessories and complement the metal on the Étagères. 16

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The color theme of Navy provides drama and is shown in the chairs,

office. The beautiful bowl below the clock is an authentic piece of

artwork and a few of the glass accessories. The two different patterns

Murano Glass. The silver pair of horses play off the silver of the

selected in the pillows are a neutral shade to pop against the velvet

Étagères. A few family photos and books show the family's interests

texture of the blue chairs. Accessories help personalize a home.

and make the room feel like home.

The handsome clock is a favorite designer accent piece often seen on the show “Million Dollar Listing New York” in Ryan Serhant’s

Author Laura LeFever of Reflections Interiors and Design in San Juan Capistrano  ReflectionsInteriorsandDesign.com

get the look

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INSPIRED BY COASTAL VIBES

(CON TI N U ED)

Using air plants to bring life and texture to an open space.

plants that do bud with color will always keep the space interesting

In any area where you may have an open concept with high ceilings,

throughout the year. Now air plants do need to be watered, so when

large window and a skylight, think about decor that is airy but has

creating your wall, make sure that you can remove the strands and

texture. A wall of air plants works well in these large areas. Using air

water as prescribed by the directions that come with your air plants.   Tina Metzger of TinaMarieDesigns.net

get the look

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The OC STEM Fair robot sits proudly in the school's foyer. (Photo by Gratitude Garden)

Gratitude Garden Preschool Is An Innovative Educational Home For Kids ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY CARA ELISE TAYLOR

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A chicken, a pup, and a lush garden keep these kids nature-minded.

SAN CLEMENTE IS HOME TO ONE OF ORANGE COUNTY’S

FEW

NATURE-BASED

(SCIENCE,

TECHNOLOGY,

Gratitude Garden is the manifestation of

STEM

that vision. The school includes programs for

ENGINEERING,

“Sprouts” (ages 2-3), Transitional Kindergarten

MATH) SCHOOLS. The students at The Gratitude

(ages 4-5), and Kindergarten. The children spend

Garden Preschool are inventing, building and

half of each session indoors, and half outdoors

experimenting with science in a non-toxic and

(90 minutes out, 90 minutes in). “All the current

nature-based environment. The Gratitude Garden

research shows that children need to be outside

is a magical and inspirational place. Each room is

way more,” Dr. Rey explained, later adding: “chil-

eco-friendly and beautifully designed, the teachers

dren have to be outdoors, in nature, to use their

all have university degrees and credentials, and

body and all of its energy before they really have

the students have animals to raise and plants to

the ability to sit, to listen, and to learn.”

cultivate. There are chickens, reptiles, various birds,

The curriculum includes STEM, positive social

a bunny, fish, frogs and a service dog. There’s an

and emotional development, artistic expression,

abundant garden and a nature-based playground

mindfulness & yoga, community service and

that includes painting stations, a sail boat and a

more. The children are learning beyond reading,

large log cabin. It’s the perfect environment for

writing, and arithmetic. They’re also learning how

administering an education that is exciting, and

to code, how to grow food, how to raise chick-

prepares children for bright futures.

ens, how to recycle and why it’s important, how

The school was founded three years ago by Dr.

to articulate their emotions and resolve conflict,

Dustine Rey, an adjunct professor of education in

and how to access all that knowledge to solve

the Graduate School of Education and Psychology

problems. The Gratitude Garden Preschool is

at Pepperdine University, and her partner Chris

one of the few schools to begin teaching com-

Kuzcynski, a patent attorney. After searching for

puter literacy and coding at age four.

the right preschool for their daughter, they real-

“The educational community is preparing

ized that a new model of early education needed

children of today for jobs that don’t exist yet.

to be developed and offered to other discerning

However, we know we will need scientists,

parents. Their daughter Satya is the inspiration

strong and compassionate leaders, and a gen-

for the school. Dr. Rey said they were looking for

eration of people that know how to critically

something that “emphasized social and emotional

think,” said Dr. Rey.

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components like compassion, gratitude, kindness and resilience...had STEM components, and allowed children to be outdoors.” March 2018 | San Clemente Lifestyle

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GRATITUDE GARDEN PRESCHOOL

(CON TI N UED)

No disposables used at snack time.

The practice of gratitude is also a part of this impressive cur-

become adept at problem solving, whether it be resolving a conflict

riculum, and that is school director Kelly Eason’s favorite compo-

on the playground or suggesting that we can create less pollution

nent. “It’s a really special school. It’s not just a great place for the

and waste by drinking fewer “juice boxes”.

children to learn and grow and develop, it’s a place where all of us grow together,” she says.

In addition to having a stellar curriculum, the school exists on a gorgeous, whimsical landscape. The furniture is comfortable and stylish; they have

The kids are learning to have gratitude for the environment, their

Amazon Alexa in every room; there’s plenty of light spilling in; the sounds of

peers and their elders. They compost, create little waste, and they

birds chirping; and there’s a garden and two chicken coops next to the play-

made a robot out of completely upcycled materials from their class-

ground. Capri, the resident Australian Shepard, wanders around in search

room for the OC STEM Fair. When hurricane Harvey hit Texas last

of scratches behind her ears. It’s designed like a home because Dr. Rey and

year, the students decided to adopt a classroom of kids they didn’t

her family wanted it to be their customers “home away from home.”

even know. The teacher in Texas was able to send a wish list for her

The Gratitude Garden family is planning for expansion as well. They’re

class, and the Gratitude Garden students raised money, bought wish

seeking property for their new school: TESLA Country Day. TESLA

list items, wrote thoughtful cards and shipped it all to Texas. These

(Technology, Engineering, Science, Language and Arts) is an acronym

little altruists also spend a day every November (their grateful month)

inspired by Dr. Rey’s science idol Nikola Tesla. It will be a TK through fifth

visiting with the elderly at San Clemente Villas. They bring cards and

grade school, meaning they’ll be able to continue to mold their students

gifts, and the pleasure of their adorable company.

until the end of their elementary education.

“Our students are given the opportunity to make an impact when

“If you are a discerning parent, and you’re looking for a home

challenges arise in the world,” says Dr. Rey. “They know that their

away from home, a place that’s going to nurture your child, give

voice, hands, and choices have meaning. It is at this age when chil-

them opportunities to express their creativity, but also have a strong

dren learn that they are capable and competent. It is our duty and joy

academic foundation, then this school is it,” said Dr. Rey.

to show them how to use such strengths.” Parents of these kids have noted that their kids are more articulate, self-aware and well-mannered. Dr. Rey has noticed that they’ve 22

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learn

more

about

enrollment,

tuition,

etc.

for

Gratitude Garden Preschool and TESLA Country Day, visit GratitudeGardenPreschool.Com or TESLACountryDay.com.


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A Handful of Emeralds ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY GIA LUCIANO

Robert Palazzolo Designer

THE START TO AN UNUSUAL FINISH OF LEATHER JEWELRY CUFFS A YOUNG MAN WITH LITTLE DIRECTION WAS ONCE HANDED A HANDFUL OF EMERALDS!  Robert Palazzolo of Dana Point is that young man and is now all grown up with a successful, unique jewelry business. It all started in his early 20’s, and the time was the early 90’s when a friend of his introduced him to her family who imported Emeralds from Bogota, Columbia. They liked Robert and took a chance, so they dropped $25,000 worth of emeralds in his hands and said: “Go sell them.” As he recalled the story, he said his hands shook so hard that he was afraid he was going to drop them. He knew nothing about emeralds, so he took it upon himself to learn everything he could learn about them before trying to sell them. And learn he did: he knew more about Emeralds than what they taught at G.I.A. and what jewelers even knew.

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As time went on, he realized that the value was more in the jewelry around the stone than the actual stone, and this realization stirred in the back of his mind as time went on. One day at the OC Fairgrounds, he saw a lady in her 90’s wire-wrapping stones and making earrings and necklaces as a demonstration. She had a little jewelry making book that she was selling for $5. Remembering the concept of the value being in the jewelry, he decided to buy it and started wrapping stones and selling them at a little shop in Laguna Beach. Each piece was one of a kind and took hours to produce, so growth was very slow. Around 2007, Palazzolo was looking at Swaortsky crystals and wondered what he could make that would not be gaudy, since crystals are not precious stones, and they are big. One night, in a dream, a vision came to him of a leather rock-and-roll style cuff. He woke up and found anything he could cut up, and came up with a way to float the crystal in the leather cuff using his knowledge of wire-wrapping. Voila! The cuff was born! He introduced the cuffs where he was selling his jewelry in Laguna Beach. They were a  hit. The cuffs were such a huge success that they eventually overshadowed his wire-wrapped jewelry, which he ended up phasing out. With his newfound passion for leather cuffs, he ventured out to little boutiques in Orange County, which is when he found Avenue Accents in San Clemente. Little did he know that this store would be the place where he would meet his first jewelry rep who would get his cuffs into stores across the country. After years of growth and success, his cuffs have evolved into what they are today: rustic but elegant, feminine but strong, and all around cool pieces. Being fascinated with how he started the cuffs, I wanted to know more about how he comes up with the designs: ROBERT, HOW DO YOU COME UP WITH NEW DESIGNS FOR THE CUFFS?  You can’t look at what's trendy now. You have to look into the future. I look at what crystals will be available in the coming seasons and what fashions and colors are forecasted for two-three seasons ahead. DO YOU CUT ALL THE LEATHER BY HAND?  I used to cut each piece by hand, but as orders grew in size, I made a template for the cuff and had them cut for me in large amounts. I do still cut the first couple of samples for my new designs before I send them out to have die-cuts made. HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT CRYSTALS SHOULD GO WITH EACH COLOR AND STYLE OF LEATHER?  It’s really about feeling, and asking if it speaks to you when they are together. I place the crystals, metals, etc. on the leather to see if works together. I check it in the light for brilliance and contrast. It all has to flow and work together. Some leather may seem cool and neutral, but with the right stone, it becomes warm and elegant. You can find his cuffs on his website RobertPalazzolo.com and select boutiques in Orange County. March 2018 | San Clemente Lifestyle

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

YOUR DOG AND YOUR HOME

be with their humans at all times. Some owners try drug therapy, dog trainers and exercise to solve the dogs' problems, but sometimes it’s too late depending on the age of the dog and the time he or she has spent at home alone. SOCIALIZATION Socialization is the key to a dog's life. Socializing your dog gives the dog physical and emotional stimulation with and without the owner. It is important for separation anxiety dogs to learn how to be social with and without their owners to

DO’S AND DON’TS TO NOT LEAVING YOUR DOG AT HOME

LIFE TODAY IS VERY BUSY. Leaving your dog at

give balance and to let the dog learn how to be

home for more than four hours every day can have

confident in his or her own skin with other dogs

a negative impact on its happiness, behavior and

and humans. When dogs are left for too long at

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quality of life. For the health and well-being of your

home daily, they forget how to be a dog. We tend

dog, you should not leave him or her alone for too

to humanize them way too much. When we decide

long. Puppies should not be left for more than

to socialize the dog in a “dog social” environment,

two hours. Dogs are capable of feeling bored out

the dog can show signs of insecurity, aggression,

of their minds just as humans are. When a dog

panting, stress, vomiting, defecating and urinat-

becomes bored, they may start to wreak havoc on

ing, and looking for a way out. Socializing puppies

your house or annoy your neighbors with endless

at a young age helps them to learn how to inter-

barking. Your home is your dog's home, but leav-

act with other dogs because if they are deprived

ing he or she unattended for too long can create

of it, they will have damaged social capacity.

problems for your home and problems for your dog.

Daycare, dog parks (without aggressive dogs) and puppy classes help the dog develop sta-

WHAT CAN HAPPEN WITH THE DOG

bility and flexibility. If you can afford doggy

Separation anxiety; UTI’s (urinary tract infec-

daycare periodically in your dog's life, it will give

tions); excessive barking;  overprotection of

your dog self-confidence and security.

owner and other dogs from the same household; digging; urinating and defecating; run-

HUMANS

ning

overstepping

It’s estimated that 78 million dogs are owned in

of boundaries within the home and exces-

the U.S. and 44% of all households in the United

sive domination; insecurity;  reduced  self-

States have a dog. We forget as humans that

confidence; aggression.

dogs are animals, no matter how fluffy or cute

away; self-mutilation;

they may be. Cuddling and loving your dog is WHAT CAN HAPPEN TO THE HOME

important, but at the same time, we must step

Drywall

back and teach the dog that boundaries and love

is

eaten

or

baseboards; chewed

destroyed; chewed wood

must come with respect as a human leader for

floors; chewed carpet;  chewed or torn furni-

or

scratched

your dog. We teach this method with our children

ture; chewed stairway rails;  chewed electrical

with love, respect, socializing them with their

wires; cupboards broken into; dog becoming an

friends, learning at school and timeouts if in trou-

escape artist if windows are left open.

ble within the home. Giving the same guideline to your dog can help tremendously in a dog's life

SEPARATION ANXIETY

no matter how silly it may sound. Dogs dominate

It’s estimated that 55 million dogs in America

and dogs follow; there is always a leader within

have separation anxiety. Separation anxiety

the pack. Dogs strive for love and affection, and

Alecia Nelson, Dog Trainer & Dog

signs are: excessive barking; overprotection

love to work with great rewards. As humans, we

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of home and owner; self-destruction to him

need to learn how to increase the time he or she

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ways. Separation anxiety is always trying to find

goals with our canine loved ones, we'll have a

a way out due to being left alone or wanting to

well-rounded dog and a well-maintained home.

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OPEN HOUSE

all things

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A TROPICAL TWIST ON MODERN ARTICLE GRETCHAN TRUDEAU OF BAMBOO & BEYOND- SAN CLEMENTE | PHOTOGRAPHY MANNY ROMERO


BRINGING AN ISLAND INSPIRED FEEL INTO YOUR HOME DOESN’T HAVE TO SCREAM MAHALO.  Using clean lines and streamlined modern elements, such as a sofa or side chair as the anchor, it is easier than you think to layer tropical accents for a pop of color and texture. Be bold and cover your walls in natural, organic materials (such as bamboo) or colorful wallpaper to make a statement.  Or for a more subtle accent, use island themed pillows on a side chair paired with unique accessories on or around coffee tables for texture, like a rattan basket to throw blankets, books or anything in making your space feel like a tropical paradise.

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Your Skin Will Thank You

HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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BENEFITS OF WHICH, ARE ABUNDANT. Mrs. Pucker’s Lemon Shot(™) is a fantastic source of antioxidants, because our organic lemon shot consists of the peel, pith, pulp and seeds of the lemon. In the peel and the pith of a lemon, there are natural plant compounds and high levels of antioxidants including Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Both Vitamin C and A are necessary for the production of collagen and elastin, which help to keep your skin firm. When you consume the entire lemon, a group of bioactive flavonoids found in the peel and pith enhance the power and prolong the effects of Vitamin C. That, coupled with the citric acid from the juice of the lemon, helps remove impurities found in your skin cells. These nutrients promote healthy glowing skin by neutralizing free radicals, reducing wrinkles, improving dry skin and decreasing blemishes. Due to these benefits, Vitamin C is an essential beauty nutrient. Since it is a water soluble vitamin that your body cannot store, it’s necessary to consume a bit of it everyday. Let Mrs. Pucker’s Lemon Shots (™) become part of your daily beauty treatment, and you’ll be able to maintain healthy skin as you age. Order it online at PuckerUrbanFarm.com, and pick up at the following local business: O2 Wellness, Piazza Wellness (Dana Point), Pucker Urban Farm (San Juan), and OC Cryo (Laguna Hills). So, shake, open and drink to your healthy beautiful skin!


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MARCH

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

5 MONDAY TRAIL CLEARING AND WEEDING The Richard and Donna O'Neill Conservancy

Join Reserve staff for a Monday morning maintaining our trails! Ages: 10

6 PM COST IS $175 PER PERSON

the telescopes of our volunteer as-

CASA CLASSIC: AN EVENING WITH TONY DESARE

flashlight, binoculars, optional beach

and up Volunteers: Free

Casa Romantica Cultural Center

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Crooner Tony DeSare has wowed

10 SATURDAY TRAIL CLEARING AND WEEDING

audiences with his take on American Songbook standards from Las Vegas

tronomers. Reserve astronomers are all volunteers who enthusiastically share their telescopes and expert sky knowledge with you. (BRING: Warm clothing, Red cellophaned chair.) Ages: 8 and up rmvreserve.org

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to Carnegie Hall. The accomplished

OPEN CASA: EMMANUEL NKURANGA

pop singer, composer, and jazz pianist

Casa Romantica Cultural Center

has made the ‘Top 10’ Billboard list

Join us for the opening reception

for 3 jazz albums and played for the

of Open Casa: Emmanuel Nkuran-

The Richard and Donna

CBS Early Show and many more.

ga on Tuesday, March 20 @ 6 PM!

O'Neill Conservancy

DeSare will sing Frank Sinatra at the

Admission to the opening reception

Volunteer to spend a few hours

annual black-tie dinner and fundraiser.

is FREE to the public and includes

in beautiful surroundings helping

complimentary wine & cheese.

make The Reserve trails accessible

Open Casa: Emmanuel Nkuranga is

to our visitors. Join the crew dedicated to protecting our native ecosystems by maintaining trails and eliminating weeds. Volunteer efforts make an impact! Drinks and snacks

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on view from March 20 – April 15 and is free with general admission to Casa Romantica ($5).

The Richard and Donna

provided. (BRING: Work gloves if

O'Neill Conservancy

you have them). Ages: 10 and up

What are Mushrooms and Why Do

Volunteers: Free

We Care? Why do they grow with

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Oaks? Can I Touch Them? Can I Pick Them? Can I Eat Them? Ex-

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plore the fascinating world of wild mushrooms with amateur mycologist Joanne Schwartz. If we are fortunate and get rain, we might find a wide range of fungal forms and

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Explore the fascinating world of the

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ern California and beyond, as well as

ASTRONOMY NIGHT

understanding their place in nature

The Richard and Donna

We are always accepting submissions

– oaks, pines, orchids and more are

O'Neill Conservancy

for events you'd like to see included

dependent on fungal associations.

Enjoy an evening outdoors, as you

in our Calendar section. Submissions

Ages: 8 and up Free Event

gaze into the heavens, learn the

are accepted via the Contact Us tab at

rmvreserve.org

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PARTING THOUGHTS

YOU AND YOU “TELL ME, WHAT IS IT YOU PLAN TO DO WITH YOUR ONE WILD AND PRECIOUS LIFE?” ~MARY OLIVER

I understand this pattern of the continuous loop intimately, because I was living it. I would wake up new year after new year and it was like Groundhog's Day. I gave my life to my work, wasn’t taking care of myself and even though I had money in the bank, I was mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually bankrupt. And then I got sick. My journey into myself is what turned my life around. For a long time, my life was the quest of a destination. It’s like this for a lot of people. The quest for true fulfillment is why people chase things they think are going to make them happy. A relationship, a job, a house, a car, more money. I chased all these things and each time they would lead to the same place. Temporary and fleeting fulfillment that didn’t last. A little like empty calories. They taste good for a minute upon consumption, but ultimately you are left with nothing but an empty feeling. As a former corporate executive and breast cancer survivor, I now know that my personal power exists inside me. It was just covered up. The revelation of my authentic self has instilled confidence, self-worth and a courageous heart within me. And that has led to living a more fulfilling, rich, juicy existence on this planet. Is this something you would like to experience in your life? What inspires me the most is helping people recognize the limitless aspect of their true nature. To help YOU discover YOU. To be more of YOU. More of who you really are. My purpose on the planet is to help you discover the part of you that is a creator. That is why I have curated over 30 years of my own experience and study to help other people live a more fulfilling and juicy existence with the time they have left here. As you do your own inner work to raise your individual consciousness, to raise your personal vibration, to awaken – you uplift the entire planet around you. And, you naturally reside in more joy, fulfillment, happiness and aliveness. Which really, is what life is about. Imagine, if everyone turned within, toward their inherently loving

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