Monthly Archives: December 2013

20 Ways to Incorporate Ancient Grains

When most Americans think of “grains” we think of wheat, rice, and oats.  For many of us, these three grains have played a big part in our daily diet for most of our lives.  But times are changing and our … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Beating the Holiday Bulge

The holiday season should be one of the happiest times of the year as we gather together with friends and family to count blessings and celebrate togetherness.  Unfortunately, all those gatherings come with a dearth of delicious desserts, tasty treats, … Continue reading

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Give Gifts that Give Back This Holiday Season

This year, use your holiday dollars to do more than just make friends and family smile.  Make your holiday dollars matter more by purchasing gifts that give back.  There are a wide range of opportunities this year to spend your … Continue reading

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How Holiday Checklists Can Save Your Sanity

The holiday season is a whirlwind of activity filled with presents, wrapping paper, events, food, and lots of parties.  Start the season off on the right foot by doing a little pre-planning and creating a few holiday checklists to help … Continue reading

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5 Quick and Easy Holiday Desserts

We all have a lot to do to make the holidays happen which means finding a short cut or an easy option is a bonus no matter how prepared you are.  This is true when it comes to decorating your … Continue reading

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