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What to Consider Before Earning a Business Degree

One of the most prevalent pieces of advice given to young adults soon entering the workforce is to go to college. Four-year universities have a lot to offer students like social and academic opportunities in leading career fields. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has consistently found that the higher level of education one has completed, the more...

Why a Business Plan is Even More Important When Starting an Online Business

There are millions of types of online businesses that are launched every single day. From selling T-shirts to innovative products that revolutionize entire industries, the internet has allowed people greater access to starting a business than ever before. Truly, this is a great development. As more competition rises, it results in better products for customers and businesses. If you...

Insurance That Works For You

State Farm Agent Jimmy Thompson and his team are helping customers see the value of good insurance through quality service and honest care. Everyone needs some type of insurance, whether that be auto or home, but what’s the best deal for you? More importantly, who’s going to be there when the going gets rough? Many people have stories of calling...

Reliable Roofing That’s Got You Covered!

An illustrious producer once said, “The sky’s the limit if you have a roof over your head.” Indeed, having a roof over your head as a shelter is one of the bare necessities of life, and making sure this shelter is reliable and intact frees your mind from this basic need to focus on other things that move your...

12 Effective Ways to Improve Focus for Enhanced Productivity

12 Effective Ways to Improve Focus for Enhanced Productivity   Are you looking for some effective ways to improve focus and concentration? If so, you’re not alone! Unlike any other time in existence, we are all being bombarded daily with constant information from various sources all fighting for space in our minds. Whether it’s from coworkers at work, family members at...

What to Consider Before Earning a Business Degree

One of the most prevalent pieces of advice given to young adults soon entering the workforce is to go to college. Four-year universities have a lot to offer students like social and academic opportunities in leading career fields. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has consistently found that the higher level of education one has completed, the more...

Why a Business Plan is Even More Important When Starting an Online Business

There are millions of types of online businesses that are launched every single day. From selling T-shirts to innovative products that revolutionize entire industries, the internet has allowed people greater access to starting a business than ever before. Truly, this is a great development. As more competition rises, it results in better products for customers and businesses. If you...

Insurance That Works For You

State Farm Agent Jimmy Thompson and his team are helping customers see the value of good insurance through quality service and honest care. Everyone needs some type of insurance, whether that be auto or home, but what’s the best deal for you? More importantly, who’s going to be there when the going gets rough? Many people have stories of calling...

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How to Ask for a Raise at Work

How to Ask for a Raise at Work If you’re wondering how to ask for a raise at work, first of all, understand that you’re not alone. Asking for a raise can be intimidating! Especially if you’ve never done it before. In fact, one survey found that almost two-thirds of workers have never asked for a raise!   Because of the intimidation...

Compassionate Comprehensive Healthcare for the Whole Family

Conroe Willis Family Medicine specializes in comprehensive family medicine, women’s health, men’s health, and geriatrics, and is excited to announce their brand-new office in Willis! As individuals, we all pursue our own interests and what’s important to us, building a unique life around those interests, our values, and our relationships. But as humans, one commonality that equally affects us is...

Enjoy Exercise by Practicing These 6 Healthy Habits

We hear it all the time: regular exercise is beneficial to everyone. But working out is easier said than done. There are several reasons why someone isn’t active on a regular basis. From busy schedules, having low energy after work, or not wanting to pay high prices for equipment or memberships, there could be serious barriers between you and...

How to Remain Calm Under Pressure

What does performing under pressure look like to you? Everyone faces pressure at some point in their lives, but it can be a difficult feeling to describe. The way that we deal with pressure has a lot to do with the ways we understand stress. People often use the two words interchangeably to describe the trouble they face in...

5 Texas Laws College Students Should Know

College can be a difficult setting to navigate as a young adult. It’s even more intimidating when you are moving to a new state on your own for the first time. Acclaimed higher education and excellent public school districts are some of the leading reasons why people are rapidly moving to Texas. Part of becoming accustomed to your new...

How to Ask for a Raise at Work

How to Ask for a Raise at Work If you’re wondering how to ask for a raise at work, first of all, understand that you’re not alone. Asking for a raise can be intimidating! Especially if you’ve never done it before. In fact, one survey found that almost two-thirds of workers have never asked for a raise!   Because of the intimidation...

Compassionate Comprehensive Healthcare for the Whole Family

Conroe Willis Family Medicine specializes in comprehensive family medicine, women’s health, men’s health, and geriatrics, and is excited to announce their brand-new office in Willis! As individuals, we all pursue our own interests and what’s important to us, building a unique life around those interests, our values, and our relationships. But as humans, one commonality that equally affects us is...

Enjoy Exercise by Practicing These 6 Healthy Habits

We hear it all the time: regular exercise is beneficial to everyone. But working out is easier said than done. There are several reasons why someone isn’t active on a regular basis. From busy schedules, having low energy after work, or not wanting to pay high prices for equipment or memberships, there could be serious barriers between you and...
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How to Revive a Dying Plant

Indoor house plants can help make your house feel more like a home. They add beauty, character, style, and comfort. And many find being a “plant parent” to be an extremely rewarding experience. However, some people might take to the care of plants more easily and naturally than others. And that’s okay! It’s a learning process with ups and...

9 Creative Accent Wall Ideas You’ll Want to Copy

Decorating your house with style is an enjoyable pastime for many. Yet sometimes after furnishing and styling, a room can still feel lacking or empty. The solution is adding an accent wall to bring flair and personality to an uninspiring room! Accent walls began as an interior design trend in the late 90s and early 2000s and have come...

Autumn Desserts Fit for Any Fall Celebration

Believe it or not, autumn is right around the corner! Pretty soon, the weather will be cooling down (as much as it can in Texas) and we will be celebrating Thanksgiving. Changing seasons means new experiences, switching up your wardrobe, and eating the best in-season foods. Autumn is known for its warm, comfort meals and limited-time restaurant menu drinks...

Road Dahl’s Matilda the Musical

The Players Theatre Company is thrilled to bring Matilda the Musical to life this September 3-19, at The Owen Theatre in Conroe! Based on Roald Dahl’s children’s book of the same name, Matilda is the story of a precocious young girl who makes friends easily, and who loves learning and reading, even though her family and school headmistress do not...

Building Trust One Customer at a Time

When you step into Wiggins Furniture you are met with a smile and “Good Afternoon” from one of the employees walking by. The vast showroom stretches out before you and it’s beautifully decorated with exquisite pieces and hard-to-find items. The atmosphere is cool and breezy as you walk through the rows of furniture before you. You’ll keep thinking to...

How to Revive a Dying Plant

Indoor house plants can help make your house feel more like a home. They add beauty, character, style, and comfort. And many find being a “plant parent” to be an extremely rewarding experience. However, some people might take to the care of plants more easily and naturally than others. And that’s okay! It’s a learning process with ups and...

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Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it was two years of reworking my gardens to include lots of plants to attract the pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds, before the first monarch showed up. Just a few weeks ago, without seeing a monarch, I...

Are Wildlife Rehabilitators an Endangered Species?

It’s almost “fall” here in Southeast Texas, so baby season (with the exception of the second round of baby squirrels) is slowly coming to an end, and it’s been a long haul.  Babies start coming in as early as January, and with the continued rapid development in the area we serve, there is never any shortage of animals that...

Communicating With Deaf Dogs

Many of us have never met a deaf dog but it is estimated that between five and ten percent of dogs in the United States are deaf or hearing impaired.  Many of those dogs have white coats.   Deaf dogs are very much like other dogs.  They usually have four paws, two ears, and maybe a long tail.  However,...

Fighting Invasive Plants on Lake Conroe

Reservoir owners and operators in Southeast Texas are all familiar with the concept of non-native, or invasive, aquatic vegetation growing in their waters and the various management techniques available to help control their existence. Through close partnerships with local, state, and federal organizations, especially the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), the Lake Conroe Division of the San Jacinto...

Welcome to the Jungle…

Okay, okay, so maybe not the jungle, but Lake Conroe has definitely seen an uptick in the amount of native vegetation growing along the shorelines and beyond over the past couple of years.  Part of this is due to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) and the Lake Conroe Division of the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) efforts...

Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it was two years of reworking my gardens to include lots of plants to attract the pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds, before the first monarch showed up. Just a few weeks ago, without seeing a monarch, I...

Are Wildlife Rehabilitators an Endangered Species?

It’s almost “fall” here in Southeast Texas, so baby season (with the exception of the second round of baby squirrels) is slowly coming to an end, and it’s been a long haul.  Babies start coming in as early as January, and with the continued rapid development in the area we serve, there is never any shortage of animals that...

Communicating With Deaf Dogs

Many of us have never met a deaf dog but it is estimated that between five and ten percent of dogs in the United States are deaf or hearing impaired.  Many of those dogs have white coats.   Deaf dogs are very much like other dogs.  They usually have four paws, two ears, and maybe a long tail.  However,...
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September 2021- Events

North Shore Republican Women Monthly Luncheon Meeting When: Wednesday, September 1, 2021 Time: Sign-in begins 10:30 a.m., Meeting at 11:00 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Program Noon until 1:00 p.m. Where: Bentwater Yacht Club, 200 Bentwater Harbor Dr., Montgomery, TX  Program: Nick Adams, the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness Presidential Appointee in the Trump Administration. He is a four-time best-selling author, television and radio...

Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it was two years of reworking my gardens to include lots of plants to attract the pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds, before the first monarch showed up. Just a few weeks ago, without seeing a monarch, I...

Road Dahl’s Matilda the Musical

The Players Theatre Company is thrilled to bring Matilda the Musical to life this September 3-19, at The Owen Theatre in Conroe! Based on Roald Dahl’s children’s book of the same name, Matilda is the story of a precocious young girl who makes friends easily, and who loves learning and reading, even though her family and school headmistress do not...

Welcome to the Jungle…

Okay, okay, so maybe not the jungle, but Lake Conroe has definitely seen an uptick in the amount of native vegetation growing along the shorelines and beyond over the past couple of years.  Part of this is due to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) and the Lake Conroe Division of the San Jacinto River Authority’s (SJRA) efforts...

Livingston Fishing Report September 2021

FISHING FORECAST:  September on Lake Livingston is one of the best months of the year to be on the water. Lots happening here now along with great fishing and the opening of the Teal Duck season.  I have written about it many times and like to refer to it as the “Teal Bass Combo Fandango”.  Duck hunt in the...

September 2021- Events

North Shore Republican Women Monthly Luncheon Meeting When: Wednesday, September 1, 2021 Time: Sign-in begins 10:30 a.m., Meeting at 11:00 a.m., Lunch 11:30 a.m., Program Noon until 1:00 p.m. Where: Bentwater Yacht Club, 200 Bentwater Harbor Dr., Montgomery, TX  Program: Nick Adams, the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness Presidential Appointee in the Trump Administration. He is a four-time best-selling author, television and radio...

Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it was two years of reworking my gardens to include lots of plants to attract the pollinators like butterflies and hummingbirds, before the first monarch showed up. Just a few weeks ago, without seeing a monarch, I...

Road Dahl’s Matilda the Musical

The Players Theatre Company is thrilled to bring Matilda the Musical to life this September 3-19, at The Owen Theatre in Conroe! Based on Roald Dahl’s children’s book of the same name, Matilda is the story of a precocious young girl who makes friends easily, and who loves learning and reading, even though her family and school headmistress do not...

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