Our communities have no shortage of voices and opinions that are as informative as they are diverse. Here’s a sample of some of the blog posts we saw on Patch this past week that caught our attention. Want to get in on the action? Blogging on Patch is real simple now. Just visit your nearest Patch town website and follow the blogging to get started.
Debby Sunshine at Vegan American Princess offers this weekly roundup of the latest vegan news and developments. If you’re interested in the vegan lifestyle, read this post.
Patch is hosting “For Adult Eyes Only,” the The Patchogue-Medford Library’s blog series that reviews books. This week’s review is of Dean Koontz’ “Odd Thomas.”
LPL Risk Management blogs this week about how to prepare for the inevitability of death so it may lighten the load for your family members.
Christina Fifield-Winn has an interesting take on flirtatious single mothers at the schoolyard. Find out how she thinks married women should look at it.
From West Islip:
Steven Orkin relates a personal story and the story of a close friend to discuss the various strategies of handling bullies. A great back-to-school post if there ever was one.
Brian Braker provides us with this video tutorial on how to get rid of stinging and potentially dangerous pets as we wind down the summer months. From bald-faced hornets to yellow jackets, click on this blog if you have a nest near your home.