Category: Sunnyside

Let’s Finish Strong (or 5 Ways to Get Through Six More Months of “This”)

Yay! It’s a new year, finally! Hey 2020, don’t let the door hit you in the a**!  If you’re anything like me, you’re itchin’ to get back to “normal” — and although […]

Tricky Trick or Treat in 2020

The leaves have changed, the air has turned crisp and pumpkins and gourds line many of the streets, but there’s no denying the elephant in the room: Halloween looks quite different this […]

North Denver fights hunger. You can help!

Sue Salinger, Exec Dir of Ekar Farm Today is the last day of Bucket List’s birthday fundraiser for the Bienvenidos Food Bank. It’s organizations like this, coming together across all our neighborhoods,  […]

What’s up with Elderberry?

You may have heard of Elderberry Tea or seen Elderberry Gummies or Syrups in the store, but what exactly is it and how does it benefit you? Elderberry, or Sambucus Nigra, is […]

In doubt, do what you love

When I first moved here from California a short time ago, I thought for sure I’d jump back into the workforce fairly easily even though the pandemic was still raging on. I […]

Coffee and Ice Cream and Coffee Ice Cream

I may be new to Denver but I’m pretty savvy when it comes to determining what’s most important. That’s why one of my first actions post-move was to locate and try as […]

Since We’re Neighbors, Let’s Be Friends

It started as a whisper on Nextdoor.  Let’s get together and march.  Then it was shared and boosted.  On the day of the protest in Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood, hundreds of people showed up to say […]

Building a community

It takes time to build a community. Bucket List Community Cafe has been on Facebook for over six months. We have 300 dedicated followers and have reached many thousands with our posts […]

What I’ve Learned Working from Home

I’ve worked from home for over 25 years. It can be very isolating but also very satisfying. Here’s what I’ve learned.

The More

These can be overwhelming times. Sometimes it seems like we are bouncing between craziness, chaos and catastrophe. But it’s a new year.

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