You need a little something on this beautiful fall day 🙂 My team and I have put together a free recipe e book by guest writer-Trisha DeHall.
When trying to mange your weight and health goals many people try to change the way that they eat from fried restaurant food, and processed store-bought food to manage fat, sugar and salt. But, hot and iced coffee shop specialty drinks can cost you a pretty penny and end up being a calorie-bomb!
I am a creative being at heart. When my children were young I developed a business creating and selling mosaic art. I enjoyed creating pieces, ranging from mirrors to outdoor benches and outdoor art pieces from rough and broken china and marble. Continue reading
A guest post by Lisa Bonet.
There are various reasons why you may choose organic produce, from protecting your health and the health of those who work in agriculture to preserving the environment. However, with organic food costing significantly more than standard produce, if you are most interested in its potential health benefits, you will want to know whether the extra cost is really worth it. It’s no surprise you may wonder this, as with conflicting reports on the nutritional value of organic crops, you want to make sure that your money is well spent, as on a tight budget organic produce is a luxury.
The Olympic Games are considered the world’s foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. The Summer and Winter Games alternate every four years but are two years apart. Their creation was inspired by the ancient Olympic Games, which were held in Olympia, Greece, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. Baron Pierre de Coubertin founded the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1894. Continue reading
Guest blogger, Trisha DeHall, shares this delicious (and easy!) recipe for pork chops.
Lean cuts of pork are high in protein and low in fat. Add a side of veggies and you’ve got a clean meal that delivers all the right nutrients without waist-expanding carbs. Servings: 4
Here’s what you need… Continue reading
We have all developed a keen sense of understanding about the importance of washing hands after using the restroom, before you eat, when out in public places, or if you have a cold. There is another place where germs hide, and hide well!
Is it in your bathroom? It can be, but a germ filled offender may surprise you; it’s your kitchen! Continue reading