Author: Eleanor Gilman

The Japanese practice offers serenity, which feels particularly relevant in these stressful times.

Seen in: Jersey Living, Outdoors

Raoul Cordeaux launched NJ's chapter of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, a national nonprofit serving 8,000 disabled active military members and vets.

Seen in: Giving Back

Sam Ezersky, associate puzzles editor for the New York Times, says his passion began at an early age.

Seen in: Jersey Living

Friends to Friends Community Church adapts to the needs of its congregation, comprised entirely of disabled worshippers. 

Seen in: Jersey Living

Amy McCambridge-Steppe and Mark Steppe founded Unbridled Heroes Project in Allendale to comfort veterans and trauma victims with rescued mustangs.

Seen in: Animals, Giving Back

Where yoga mats are shared with joyful barnyard companions.

Seen in: Animals

Go With The Flow

April 12, 2010

Two New Jersey homeowners create water gardens complete with koi ponds that become backyard focal points.

Seen in: Home & Garden, Jersey Living