Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger With winter upon us, it’s time to add cool-weather crops to the menu. Grocery stores and indoor farmers’ markets offer wonderful discounts on seasonal vegetables, including squash, beets, and kale. These vegetables aren’t always the most popular, so some may not know how to add them to a meal. [...]
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Posted by Danyelle C. Overbo, guest blogger If you are one of those people who just can’t see themselves spending their whole vacation lying on a beach, incorporating volunteer work into your trip might excite you. More and more couples, families, and individuals are planning vacations focused around helping others, and they are experiencing a more [...]
Posted by Tania K. Cowling, guest blogger Weekends or days off from school are typically filled with outdoor adventures and playtime, but what do you do when a winter snowstorm hits? Crafts for kids can help beat their stuck-inside blues. These cabin-fever cures are entertaining and can be made from materials you likely already have in [...]
Posted by Jennifer A. DiGiovanni, guest blogger A snowy winter brings excitement for kids looking forward to skiing, sledding, and building forts in the backyard. Adults may appreciate snow’s beauty, but we also associate the sight of white flakes with the difficult task of snow removal. Recently, new technology and chemical mixtures have been created to [...]
Posted by Jae Curtis, guest blogger If you are like most of the American population, the early days of January are full of good intentions, from losing weight to building a more positive outlook. Unfortunately, the dreary months of winter makes it easy to ditch your healthy New Year’s goals for the comfort of the couch [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Spring and summer aren’t the only seasons that come with an abundance of delicious produce. There many wonderful types of winter vegetables that make great side dishes for any healthy dinner. Brussels Sprouts Though Brussels sprouts have historically had a bad reputation as a hated vegetable, they have recently become [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger With the holidays behind us, it is now time to relax, put away the seasonal decorations, and declutter the house. What about those gifts that simply don’t fit into your home or lifestyle? Instead of throwing them out, donate them! It’s easier to find places to donate unwanted holiday [...]
Posted by Jae Curtis, guest blogger Winter means a lot of positive things, including brisk air, winter sports, and time off for the holidays. You might love tufts of snow and a layered winter wardrobe, but the cold and dry winter air can wreak havoc on your hair. Thanks to dry damaged locks and hair that [...]
Posted by Deirdre Mundy, guest blogger It’s time to introduce your baby to her first solid foods. You don’t want to feed her processed junk, but you don’t have the time to puree and freeze like some parents do. Fortunately, there’s a great way to make homemade baby food a part of your everyday routine. [...]
Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger It’s no secret I like to dig out my craft supplies during the cold days of winter. I’ve made everything from handmade earrings and necklaces to baked goods and homemade potpourri – all of which make great gifts for the holidays, or even Valentine’s Day. If you’re short on [...]