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(StatePoint) After weeks of yuletide indulgence, it’s time to think about New Year’s resolutions. Before jumping the gun on a regimen of deprivation, indulge one last time.
(Family Features) The holidays bring lights, cheer, TV specials and treats – plenty of them. While it is tempting to eat all that gets placed in front of you, it isn’t worth the extra pounds you may gain during the holidays.
I’ve always gotten excited about the holidays and this is primarily due to the pleasantly improved attitudes displayed by most people. Many folks become more social, less negative, and generally tolerable throughout much of the holiday season.
(NAPSI)—When it comes to beverages, cold is hot this holiday season. Iced tea appears to be America’s favorite, representing 85 percent of all U.S. tea consumption. With so many wintry and seasonal tea flavors available—including gingerbread, cranberry, peppermint, spiced apple cider, citrus almond, pumpkin spice, candied apple and more—iced tea is becoming one of the most popular beverages at the holiday table.
Holiday Spiced Cranberry-Apple Iced Tea can be a cool idea for holiday entertaining. (NAPS)
(StatePoint) To create a memorable holiday experience this year, turn your gifts, celebrations and home décor into a festive feast for the five senses.
(NAPSI)—This holiday season, you can simplify your day-to-day tasks to focus on spending time with family and friends.
(BPT) - The costumes, the candy, the creative pumpkin carvings – Halloween has been steadily increasing in popularity, with the spooky holiday spend being second only to Christmas. The National Retail Federation says the number of people buying sweet treats for Halloween actually beats out Easter.
(NAPSI)—Being diagnosed with diabetes doesn’t mean your life needs to lack flavor. While it’s important to pay attention to what you eat, there’s no need to sacrifice the sweet. Here are a few quick tips and simple substitutions to help you make healthier choices and get your taste buds talking:
Tray of Refreshing Iced Tea Served Outdoors
(BPT) - Fall means back to school and more dirt and clutter coming into your home. You can give your family a healthier and fresher home by switching to natural cleaning products.
(BPT) - Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, bridal shower, graduation or simply inviting friends over to revel in the good weather, the change in seasons offers a great excuse to enjoy a meal outdoors and spend time with family and friends. Here are a few tips to help you simplify, so you can make the most of your good weather soiree.
Love knows no bounds, so when Valentine’s Day falls at the start of a weekend, why not take advantage? Romantics have three opportunities to share a scrumptious meal with a loved one at Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa. A special Valentine’s Day lunch is offered, as well as a divine dinner menu Feb. 14-15 at the award-winning, fine-dining GOLD restaurant.
At first, the concept of eating flowers may seem somewhat unusual, but if you have ever had broccoli or cauliflower then you’ve eaten flowers! Humans have been eating flowers for millennia, in many different cultures and in some truly tasty dishes. Desert peoples are no exception. They found many ways to use the desert plants around them.
There is no need to hire a guide, look at blurry film footage, and follow footprints in the mud to find The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen, located at Ina Road and La Cholla Boulevard.
Pastor Adam Mueller has a smart phone, a sleek laptop and a bells-and-whistles loaded desktop computer, the digital complements of today’s click-and-go world. But when it comes to his ministry, the newly-installed pastor at Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Marana’s Continental Ranch prefers front-porch preaching.
“Operation Prickly Pear” is a school fundraiser that involves the entire Pusch Ridge sixth grade class, students, parents, and teachers, from harvesting the fruit to the production and packaging and sales of the final products.
When it comes to weddings, sure, everyone loves a heartfelt ceremony, but in reality, the “I do’s” only last an hour at the most. The bulk of time in most celebrations is the party that comes after.
The tea industry has declared June to be “National Iced Tea Month,” so last year in June, I wrote of some lovely caffeine-free herbal teas you can grow in your own yard and enjoy anytime. It’s June again, and time to continue the topic with more low-care, low-water landscape plants that even your HOA will approve of.
Pastels are so right in spring wardrobes, but they’re not when it comes to salads. To get the most nutrients in your salad bowl, health experts say you should opt for darker-colored ingredients.
There's no wrapping paper, cookie dough or coupon books on sale this holiday at Pusch Ridge Christian Academy.
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