The holidays have passed, and we are back to our normal routines, but some of us are still paying for the holidays. As the bills start to roll in, add up how much you spent. If you put part or all your expenses on credit, you will be paying ... READ MORE
The holidays mean too many toys for many children. This may also mean more clutter. There are a variety of ways to deal with the mess. Let’s explore a few of them.
Donate to others
Many parents have shared that they go through toys with ... READ MORE
Grocery prices are currently rising and after preparing a traditional Thanksgiving meal, it is important to use all of the food. We do not want to waste any of it. One way to do this is to use all of the turkey. After all the favorite parts ... READ MORE
Turkey Wobble Walkathon (virtual or in-person)
Consider adding a walking program to your holiday traditions! You can kick off the program with this walkathon on November 13, 2021. This will help you get started and any proceeds will go to ... 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
Keep food safety in mind as you bake this holiday season. Many people think about the raw eggs in cookies and cake batter. So, they know it is not a good idea to eat raw or undercooked dough. But many do not think about the concerns related ... READ MORE
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When baking for this holiday season, there are many reasons you may want to substitute ingredients. Some family members may have allergies, some may have special ... READ MORE
Holiday baking may be a tradition in your family. For years, our family would get together and bake. Those are special memories and I miss spending that time with family. This year we will not get together as a family to bake.
Discuss Traditions ... READ MORE
Hurricanes bring excessive rain. When heavy rains bring flooding to an area, your private well may not be safe to drink. It may be in danger of contamination from pollutants found in the flood waters. If your well has been flooded, meaning either ... READ MORE
Peak of Hurricane Season is September 10. As the peak of hurricane season is coming, it is time to have everything ready. Is it likely you will have to go to a shelter if a hurricane comes your way? Prepare before you go. There are some things ... READ MORE