Now that kids are settling in to their school routines and the academics sessions are in full gear, it is a great time to begin the discussion and planning to ensure your child’s success well out of high school.
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Going back to school and love smoothies, but hate the hassle of making them? You’ll love these easy frozen smoothie pack ideas. Make enough smoothies for the whole week and have them all prepped and ready whenever you want a tasty and healthy ... READ MORE
Have you ever heard the phrase, "momma needs a minute"? I am sure some of you are thinking momma needs more than a minute, as parents begin to juggle homeschool and work. Parents went from juggling homework, ball practices and family schedules, ... READ MORE
While we are all learning a new norm of how-to social distance ourselves, let’s try to find ways to make the best of it. There are lots of activities we an still do with our family during this time. For many families this is the first time ... READ MORE
Many people are staying at home right now without a clue of what to do while social distancing due to the coronavirus. Instead of looking at it as a disruption or inconvenience, let's look at it as a time to reconnect with our family. There ... READ MORE
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
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Have you ever asked yourself, how can I motivate volunteers to give back to their community? What if I came up with a way to support our local community through a UF/IFAS Taylor County 4-H outreach program and it was "fun"? Would the word "fun" ... READ MORE
Have you ever thought about how much time your kids spend on "media"? Do you think about how IPads, cell phones, social media, games, and TV are a dominant force in children's lives? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, young people ... READ MORE
You may have come across the term “keto” lately in conversation, or seen it on food packaging, recipes, and across social media. Pictures of fatty foods like bacon, cheese, and even butter in coffee. As with most topics in the spotlight, ... READ MORE
According to the CDC, more than 46 million Americans (about 15 percent of the U.S. population) live in rural areas. Due to the characteristics of life in rural areas. Due to the characteristics of life in rural areas, residents tend to have ... READ MORE