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Cape Coral Living: July/August 2018 Issue

Taking care of ourselves is what the July/August issue is all about. No matter what your age or lifestyle, your health is the most important thing that you have, and this issue will show you the best ways to make a healthier and happier you. Information about exercising, nutrition, mental health and just feeling good - that's what this issue has in store for you.

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The courtyard at The Ringlings Museum of Art is a work of art itself Photo courtesy of Ringling Museum

Unwind and Dine: A Staycation In Sarasota

If you do have a little time to refresh yourself this summer and don’t want to spend it in crowded theme parks and busy airports, one tank of gas and long a weekend in Sarasota is just wh... Read More » 

Palm Warbler Photo courtesy of Rod RJ Wiley

A Crown Jewel: Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Stroll through Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s towering cypress forests and explore the summertime pursuits of its resident inhabitants—without getting your feet wet. Read More » 

Get And Stay In Shape With CrossFit - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Get And Stay In Shape With CrossFit

For those looking for a fun way to get—and stay—in shape, then CrossFit at Bloodline CrossFit in Lehigh Acres may be the answer. Read More » 

Healthy Holes-in-the-Wall Small Restaurants That Make Big and Tasty Impressions - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Healthy Holes-in-the-Wall: Small Restaurants That Make Big and Tasty Impressions

As more people are looking for healthier fare, the trend at all types of restaurants is local, healthy, organic, vegetarian and vegan. Here are 3 small restaurants that serve delicious fare. Read More » 

Refreshing and Guilt-free Cutting the Calories in Summer Cocktails - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

Refreshing and Guilt-free: Cutting the Calories in Summer Cocktails

Summer cocktails create a dilemma—how can we have our cake and drink it, too? Read More » 

US Waste Creates Health Economic and Environmental Issues - Jun 25 2018 0800AM

U.S. Waste Creates Health, Economic, and Environmental Issues

Americans throw away up to 40 percent of their food, most on the consumer level, adding up to 38 million tons of waste and costing $218 billion each year, according to the NRDC. Read More »