The Alaska halibut and sablefish (black cod) harvest seasons kick off March 11, increasing access to some of the best freshly-caught and frozen wild seafood in the world. The cold, pristine waters of Alaska support a robust and natural supply of halibut and sablefish stocks that are wild, sustainable and responsibly managed, like all Alaska seafood species.

Nearly 60 percent of all the wild seafood harvested in the U.S. comes from Alaska, where we are dedicated to providing the world with sustainable,

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What happens when you run out of ways to take self-care at home? You order a MAI box. This bi-monthly box helps you relax and reflect. Created by Lenora Woods, MAI box caters to stay at home moms and busy on-the-go moms to help them take better care of themselves.

Recently launched in January, MAI Box is a bi-monthly Christian based self-care subscription box that’s filled with everything a mom of any faith would need to welcome peace and relaxation into her hectic life.

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I’ve never been one for romance, of any kind. I’m truly the least romantic person I know, especially when it comes to Valentine’s Day. I can’t remember the last Valentine’s Day I celebrated. There is nothing about flowers, candy or those cute stuffed bears with tiny heart balloon that move me.

When I see my friends romantic Facebook photos I’m happy for them, for their love. Yet, I  remain unmoved. My level of emptiness sometimes disturbs me.

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It’s been almost six months since the last time Jeff and I had a date night. Which meant it was time for some much needed couple R+R, and with the help of my mom by taking the kids overnight we would be able to spend some much needed time together. But with the kids gone what would we do? It was my birthday weekend so I didn’t want to stay in house and do nothing.

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