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Making a healthy change for you, your community and the environment

Making a healthy change for you, your community and the environment

Just because New Year’s Day has come and gone, your chance for making a change for the better hasn’t. Whether looking to give a boost to your health, your fellow…

Food for Thought: Cooking for Your Heart

Food for Thought: Cooking for Your Heart

Nearly one-third of adults have high LDL-cholesterol levels, which is also known as bad cholesterol, a key risk factor for heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and…

Beat planning pressure: 5 tips for an intimate wedding

Beat planning pressure: 5 tips for an intimate wedding

The terms wedding and money go hand in hand. The average wedding cost is now up to $ 31,213 according to theknot.com, and that’s not even including the honeymoon. Because…

‘Tis the season for good etiquette

‘Tis the season for good etiquette

In today’s fast paced, eat-on-the-run world, it seems very few of us make time for a regular sit down meal at the dinner table. That’s until the holidays roll around,…

Debunking detox with 5 easy fixes

Debunking detox with 5 easy fixes

Lots of things in life create messes that need to be cleaned up — even in our bodies. Think of a playroom after a long day of family fun —…

How to conquer holiday food cravings and still enjoy seasonal treats

How to conquer holiday food cravings and still enjoy seasonal treats

Sweet treats at work. Extravagant family dinners. Buffets brimming with holiday indulgences. There’s plenty to savor this time of year, and it doesn’t have to lead to a bigger waistline.…

Tailgating Essentials: 7 Tips for Game Day

Tailgating Essentials: 7 Tips for Game Day

Along with the hard hits, the heartache and exhilaration, football is about getting people together —even if they don’t always root for the same team. If you’re one of those…

Baking basics: Getting the best performance from eggs in desserts

Baking basics: Getting the best performance from eggs in desserts

Whether you prefer grandma’s famous pumpkin pie, snowflake cookies or delicious eggnog custard, there are plenty of dessert options to choose from during the holiday season. We often associate holiday…

How smart home chefs are going green with kitchen design

How smart home chefs are going green with kitchen design

Home chefs everywhere are taking a new approach when designing their dream kitchens. Beyond upscale tools and high end appliances, they also want features that are eco-friendly and environmentally smart.…

Can’t make it to the tailgate? Host the ultimate ‘staygate’ instead

Can’t make it to the tailgate? Host the ultimate ‘staygate’ instead

With college football season upon us, there’s no better way to enjoy time with family and friends than getting together to cheer on your favorite team. This year, with rising…