What influences people the most? Think about what might influence you. If I ask you to lose five pounds in three weeks, is that enough to motivate you to change? Well, are you Googling “treadmills,” “diet plans,” or “gyms nearby” ... READ MORE
Workshop in Memory of Co-Worker and Mentor
Join me on November 30, from 5:30 pm to 8:30pm, or December 1, from 9:00 am, to noon for Cinnamon for the Holidays Workshop. During the groundbreaking for the new Ag Auditorium, Dr. Brenda Williams, ... READ MORE
The holiday season brings many families and friends together to celebrate, visit, and enjoy each other’s company. Holiday celebrations often take place with easy access to high calorie, traditional holiday foods that we have come to associate ... READ MORE
The availability of a person’s next meal or just food, in general, can vary due to access, availability, and income. This may occur for a short period or longer which can result in a lack of the nutrition bodies need to prevent health consequences. ... READ MORE
November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness month. My hope is that you will take a few minutes to read further to have a better understanding of the disease. I’ll also share about the “heart-head connection” and a list of resources that ... READ MORE
There are more and more reports in the news about home fires, prescribed burns, unplanned wildfires and other fire hazards around the country and world.
Fire preparedness matters in the kitchen, home and in your community.
I have a few ... READ MORE
Sweet Season has Begun
“Sweet” season can be year-round, but the season begins with Halloween and continues through to Valentine’s Day. Many of our family traditions include special desserts and side dishes that have added sugar. Thanksgiving ... READ MORE