Entries by LifeInNaples

A Rare Opportunity for Retirement Living – At its Best

Moorings Park at Grey Oaks presents a rare and limited opportunity to enjoy the best of a holistic approach to living well in an exclusive enclave of elegant garden homes. It  provides the high-quality healthcare and lifestyle programs of a renowned retirement community along with the ambiance, amenities and activities of Grey Oaks Country Club, […]

FRIZZ – Winn the Battle

I think its first important to understand hair and what causes it to frizz. Most hair is made up of two layers the inner layer called the cortex and the outer layer called the cuticle, some do have a third called medulla. The translucent cuticle layer of the hair is like shingles on a roof, […]

Serving Those Who Served their Country At The End Of Life

Past military service profoundly affects America’s military veterans as they age and creates unique clinical, psychological and spiritual issues as they approach the ends of their lives, research shows. Healthcare experts agree it is critical for their endof- life care providers to understand, anticipate and address these needs. As America’s leading hospice provider since 1978, […]

Cleaning Up Water – Washington Update

Years ago, before I came to Congress, the federal government made a promise to share the costs associated with restoring our Everglades and building reservoir storage that would control runoff from Lake Okeechobee into the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. As is the case with most government programs, this was not carried out […]

Your Little Pinkie

Today’s jewelry collectors are a savvy bunch. They understand diamonds and precious stones in a way that was uncommon amongst consumers a decade back. They also recognize the appeal that precious metals can lend to a fine jewelry item. The now metal is a delicate pink gold that’s becoming widely available. Pink, red or rose […]

Music Inspires – Claudia Polzin

Fall in Southwest Florida is here but a little hard to distinguish by any changes in the weather – however, SEASON is beginning. Our longest and busiest and sometimes craziest Season – is not dependent on the weather but on the significant difference in the number of people, the number of activities and the fantastic […]

Legacy Park – State of the City

On June 5th, the Naples City Council approved the acquisition of a 6.7 acre parcel next to the 8.5 acres (see map), owned by the City and currently being used by the sanitation department, which will be moving to a new site north of the Naples Municipal Airport. This will create the largest and the […]