Celebrate Murrieta’s 27th Annual Birthday Bash!

The city of Murrieta is having their Annual Birthday Bash at California Oaks Sports Park on Saturday June 30th, 2018. Originally, the town was bought by Esquial Murrieta as a place to raise his sheep. Unsuccessful, the land went to his brother Juan in 1873. Murrieta has come a long way since then, and officially named a city in 1991, and has blossomed into a hub of natural beauty and vibrant culture. There will be live music and fireworks to celebrate the city’s 27th year. The celebration beings … [Read more...]

Your Guide to the 2018 Summer Shakespeare in the Vines Festival

The Bailey Vineyard & Winery is hosting Shakespeare in the Vines from June 7th to September 22nd, 2018. King Lear, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged!), Richard II, and All’s Well That Ends Well will be performed for guests in this beautiful outdoor venue. Follow King Lear as the British King tests his three daughters before handing over the kingdom, track the conquest of house Lancaster in Richard II, and watch the complicated love story of Bertram and Helena in All’s Well … [Read more...]

Tips to Hit the Ground Running this National Running Day

This Wednesday if National Running Day! After putting off a consistent running routine since your New Year's goals, what better time to start than this week? If you are going to start running, there are a few tips and strategies to make it go as well as it can. Committing to an exercise regimen can be difficult, so getting a leg up by utilizing a plan can help you continue when you may want to stop. 1. Remember that running is a process. You probably won’t be able to go out and run five miles … [Read more...]

How to Respond in the Event of a Car Collision

Do you know what to do after a collision? Car accidents can be overwhelming and disorienting, and it’s easy to get lost in the moment. It is important to know what to do when it happens before it happens, so you already have a checklist in mind if and when a collision occurs. First and foremost, make sure that everyone involved is alright. If you see that someone has been injured, call 9-1-1 for help. If you are the injured party, don’t move more than necessary and call 9-1-1. After you … [Read more...]

Are You Missing This Item From Your Home Emergency Bag Kit?

In case of emergency, it is a smart idea to keep a bag of necessary items that are easily accessible in your home and/or car. In the event of a disaster, you have an easy, portable survival kit you can live off of until other arrangements can be made. Ideally, there would be one of these survival kits for every member of your household, and they would be kept in an easy-to-reach location. This way, in the event of an emergency, each of these bags can be easily retrieved while you move to a … [Read more...]

Tips On How to Reduce Stress During National Stress-Awareness Month

April is National Stress-Awareness Month, so here are several tips and strategies for managing and reducing stress in your daily life.   Make stress-reducing activities a priority in your schedule   With work, school or family requiring our energy and time, it is easy for stress to build up. Relaxing activities can be pushed aside or forgotten. Here are a few ways to make sure that you take the time you need to recharge and recuperate during the week: Set an alarm in … [Read more...]

Tips of Staying Safe at a Music Festival

Music festivals can be a source of great fun, filled with friends, dancing, and amazing performances. To make sure that everyone has a good experience, there are some safety tips to make sure that your experience is as safe and enjoyable as possible.   Pack a bag with what you need   Being dehydrated or getting sunburned can spoil anyone’s fun. Make sure that you go through a checklist of items to put in your bag before you leave. Also read the festival’s rules to make … [Read more...]

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