Thursday, March 30, 2017

Sugar, it’s whats for dinner

March 1, 2017 by  
Filed under Health & Nutrition, Ruthie Swedlund

By Ruthie Swedlund Sugar, It’s what’s for dinner, breakfast, and lunch! Go to any grocery store and check out the label of products on any isle and you will find sugar, some plainly labeled, some masked with other fancy names. As a Mom of three, I was shocked when I realized really how much sugar […]

Natural Aphrodisiac’s

February 2, 2017 by  
Filed under Health & Nutrition

Written by: Jessica Woodruff Enhancing the passion in our lives. Sounds like a great sales pitch right? Well it should, because it works! Millions of dollars are spent each year on drugs that claim to give your sex drive that extra kick that you desire. What they don’t tell you in every advertisement, is that […]

Create a Stress Free Environment

November 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Health & Nutrition

Can’t Find the Energy? Feel like you’re in a rut? Having problems sleeping? Change your environment! I have found that every few months, if I rearrange the furniture in the house, repaint a room, or add something decorative, I suddenly have the energy to clean, I sleep better at nights and I feel better about […]

Rules for staying healthy

July 20, 2016 by  
Filed under Health & Nutrition

Let’s be realistic. It really stinks to get in shape. It’s easier to be a chubbette. I would love to eat a beef taco right now with french fries. And I do allow myself to eat these things once in a while. But I am pushing forty. I just can’t eat everything I used to […]

Summer Sweetness

July 10, 2016 by  
Filed under Tip of the Day

Having a sweet craving, but don’t want to blow your calories??? This snack will help cool you down and give you an indulgence feel that we sometimes fight when we cut out sweets. Mix ½ cup of mandarin oranges in and a couple tablespoons of light, whipped topping. Not only will you be getting vitamin […]

Have a Green 4th of July

July 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Tip of the Day

Instead of Styrofoam plates and plastic utensils be Eco friendly. Use recyclable plates and utensils, or biodegradable. Why not even break out the good plates? You only live once, and washing a dish is easier than adding more junk to the dump. Start the party in the day and make the most of natural light. […]

Firework Safety

July 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Chore of the Day

4th of July means outdoor grilling, family gatherings and you guessed it, fireworks! If you insist on lighting a spark tonight, make sure to be safe when you’re doing it. The National Council on Fireworks Safety offers these tips to have a safe 4th of July: Always read and follow label directions. Have an adult […]

Vegan Cleanse

June 2, 2016 by  
Filed under Tip of the Day

By Jessica “Jia” Woodruff,  from Color Me Untypical Looking for a way to feel better fast? An easy cleanse can boost your energy, aide your digestion and help to remove all those nasty toxins from your body. All you need to do is to cut out four basic ingredients for just one week! Even those […]

Spring fitness tips

May 1, 2016 by  
Filed under Health & Nutrition

From Workout Essentials to Pantry Purges, Founder Lisa Druxman Advises on Shaping up for the Season At the first signs of spring, many new moms will emerge from their winter hibernation ready to resume outdoor workouts and reverse recent indulgences in cold-weather comfort foods. But a foray into post-baby fitness following a seasonal hiatus does […]

More family time

April 30, 2016 by  
Filed under Tip of the Day

It is so important to get back to the basics and enjoy life as our fore-mothers did. Even in the tightest budgets, even if all they had was beans and rice to feed their family, they did the best with what they had, and they lived trusting that everything was going to be okay. They […]

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