Entries by LifeInNaples

A Tradition of Unparalleled Luxury and Service

The jewel in the Naples crown has once again opened and in the true Ritz-Carlton® style it has not disappointed. Anticipation was felt by the community during the 66 days of closure which allowed for remastering this trophy hotel. The undisputed destination of choice for international visitors, this beach resort exemplifies the gold standard of […]

Your Key To Peace Of Mind

At Key Building Consultants you are purchasing a service like no other. Our 50 years of combined construction knowledge and experience assists our clients and helps protect their investment. We guide our clients in all aspects of the building process so that they are well informed and have a clear understanding of the Southwest Florida […]

The Winners Circle – Naples Style

by Sandra Lee Buxton Have you ever met someone whose smile was so genuine that you were immediately drawn to them? If you haven’t, then you clearly have not met Christin Bones. She is the epitome of grace and graciousness in her personal and professional relationships. Christin’s high energy level is another topic in and […]

Gifts For The Heart – Solid Foundation

by Karen Coney Coplin What do all of us, whether native Neapolitans, or transplanted northerners, mid-westerners, or other, have in common? Our ‘Life in Naples’ is a particular shared characteristic. Don’t you feel a kinship with others, for instance, if you were to meet a new neighbor who happened to hail from your childhood hometown? […]

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 […]