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‘Allow Kids To Get Bored’ And 6 Other Smart Tips To Get Your Kids Outside And Active

HuffPost Partner Studio | Posted 09.21.2016 | Parents

“Pokemon Go” expeditions and playdates at the neighborhood pool may have helped keep our kids outside all summer; but now fall is upon us and most...

10 Reasons To Have A Garden, No Matter How Tiny

Houzz | Posted 06.09.2016 | HuffPost Home

A small garden, on the other hand, can be just as charming and rewarding to spend time in, but with far less effort. If you have a tiny garden to call your own, here are 10 reasons to count your blessings.

Man And His Beloved Blind Cat Scale Ireland's Highest Peak

The Huffington Post | Hilary Hanson | Posted 06.25.2016 | Good News

Stevie, a blind cat who hikes with her human, is back at it again blazing new trails. Filmmaker Patrick Corr and Stevie garnered a following last yea...

Once You Grill Donuts, Your Mouth Will Go Nuts

The Huffington Post | James Cave | Posted 09.02.2015 | Taste

When it comes to breakfast, there's nothing you can't do. It's the best meal of the day, but if you're looking to mix things up from the regular bacon...

How to Create a Colorful Flower Bed

Houzz | Posted 08.14.2016 | HuffPost Home

A flower bed filled with masses of color to grab your attention, blooming from spring through fall -- what could be better in any garden? If what you want is a flower bed filled with masses of the same plant, such as a bed of impatiens or roses, it's easy to get it right.

10 Easy Ways to Make Your Outdoors More Enjoyable

Hometalk | Posted 06.08.2015 | HuffPost Home

With the longer nights and the warmer weather, it's time to get your outdoor areas ready for entertaining and relaxing. Upgrading your backyard isn't as tough as it sounds, with these fun and easy DIY's to inspire your decorating spirit.

3 Life Lessons We Can Learn from the Natural World

Brant Secunda and Mark Allen | Posted 09.07.2013 | Green
Brant Secunda and Mark Allen

We learn by observing others, receiving formal instruction, and reading and exploring on our own. The mere act of living and interacting with others provides experiences that challenge us and encourage us to think, grow, and ask questions.