Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger You’ve picked out an adorable new outfit to wear to a Valentine’s Day meal with your sweetie. Dinner reservations are booked. Now what’s a couple to do with the rest of their Valentine’s Day? Give back. Spreading cheer to widowers on this often sullen holiday helps make their day—and […]
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Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger When I hear about someone who’s physically unable to leave their house, my heart goes out to them. Life sometimes pitches a curve ball, and we can forget how nice the outdoors are until they’re taken away. Perhaps the worst part of being stuck at home is the difficulty it […]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Snow dominates the local forecast as the furnace pumps out heat. It’s no wonder my skin’s starting to dry out and beg for extra moisture. Thankfully, a few years ago I made it my New Year’s resolution to learn how to relieve itchy skin without using lotions full of […]
Posted by Steve Green, guest blogger There are countless free workout plans and tips on the Internet to help you maintain fitness levels throughout the long winter months. Though the “winter blues” may get people down, a home exercise routine can help remedy those winter blues while you maintain good health. Here are some options […]
Posted by Kerrie Snowdon, guest blogger Sustainable agriculture is important for both advanced farming systems and those of less-developed countries. But what does sustainable farming look like in a contemporary farming practice? When we buy products, we want the people and places involved in producing our products to be treated well. And when resources leave […]