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    Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

        America is in the midst of football season; which also means it’s the perfect time to participate and/or host in a special kind of social gathering known as a chili cook-off.  There are an infinite number of chili recipes in the world  shared by those competing to have the best bowl around. My […]

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    Exercising in the Work Place

        According to the NY Times, jobs requiring moderate physical activity accounted for 50 percent of the labor market in 1960.  Now, that percentage has dropped to only 20 percent.  Researchers have blamed the rising offender of obesity as a result of the American workplace.  80 percent of jobs are now sedentary and require […]

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    Quick Cleaning Tips

    “The Rose Bowl is the only bowl I’ve ever seen that I didn’t have to clean.” So, even decades ago, Erma Bombeck still seems correct in her statement. However, cleanliness for home and apartment dwellers is a healthy habit to practice daily, even if all you want to do is kick back at the end […]

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    Winter Citrus Salad

    It has been a bit chilly in most areas of the country lately.  It seems that when the air gets brisk, cold and flu season is right around the corner. My elders always taught me to ward off the germs by digesting plenty of citrus and Vitamin C.  I have included a satisfying fruit salad […]

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    New Year-New You

      New Year’s resolutions are believed to be a tradition that started in Roman history.  Janus, a mythical king of early Rome, was placed at the head of the calendar.  The Romans named January after Janus, because he was the God of Gates and Doors.  He is also portrayed with two faces; one face looking […]

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    5 Essentials for Ringing in the New Year

        New Year’s Eve is only a day away and you are trying to narrow your list on how to make the most of your night.  Whether you are hosting a small get-together at your place or hitting up the biggest bash in town, there are five essentials, I keep in mind, to plan […]

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    Easy Decorating for a New Year’s Eve Party

        “10, 9, 8…!” Instead of counting down the seconds to ring in the New Year, many of us are actually counting down the days until all the holiday festivities are over! Maybe you eagerly decided to invite your friends over to throw a New Year’s Eve bash at your new apartment.  Yet, if […]

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    Pies in a Jar

    Christmas is only a few days away, and if you are still scrambling to find a thoughtful gift for the friends in your community, keep reading. I came across this idea from my friend, Amber. As a party favor for the guests at a baby shower, she made homemade pies in a jar.  This dessert […]

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    Staying in Shape During the Holidays

    I must admit, I should be the last person in the world to write this blog.  I love to workout;  it relieves stress, gives me positive energy and I feel healthier.  However, at this time of year, I find it almost impossible to hit the gym and stick to my normal workout routine.   In […]

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    Travel Safely This Winter

    “Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go!  The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh through white and drifted snow.” A winter sleigh ride sounds like fun and a more practical mode of transportation when snow is on the ground; but of course, it isn’t the 1800s anymore, so […]

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