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Whether you have gifts to buy, meals to prepare or events to host, the Holidays can be an expensive time of year for many.  The end of the year may seem far away, but in terms of planning and shopping for these various things, the...

Halloween is recognized by enormous amounts of candy and sweet treats.  Often, we are only concerned with eating too much candy.  However, Halloween also is known for fatalities from car accidents and drunk driving.  Therefore, it is important to be aware of some tips for...

Can you believe it, it is back to school time already!  Many of you may have started class already.   Or maybe you are prepping to start school.  It is helpful to remember when transitioning back to school, what your priorities are for the semester and...

The month of August is recognized nationally as Immunization Awareness Month.   Immunization is a process that protects one’s body, or immune system, against harmful elements that could enter.  Mostly these include diseases that we could come in contact with.  In addition, immunizations help develop one’s...

Fourth of July is the celebration of the independence of the United States from the British.  Many of us recognize this holiday as a day to celebrate America.  We may have similar traditions of fireworks, cookouts, parades, and wearing red, white and blue.  What are...

Let’s talk time management.  I don’t know if you have ever wished there were more hours in the day?  Maybe you have more things to do than there are hours left in the day.  Or maybe you wished you could get things gone quicker to...

Summer is here and that means schools are out, schedules shift, and people spend more time enjoying barbecues, swimming, gazing at starry nights, blowing bubbles and playing games. Lets face it, by the time summer arrives most of us are dangerously approaching burnout!  For many...

It’s springtime and that means it is time for spring fruits and vegetables! Spring foods include asparagus, avocados, broccoli, lettuce, pineapple, strawberries and much more.  Shopping for foods that are in-season means getting them fresh, in larger quantity and usually cheaper.  Not to mention, they...

April is recognized as Autism Awareness Month.  According to the National Autism Association, 1 in 68 children are affected by Autism today.  They also report that it is the fastest growing developmental disorder.  Today we are going to explore what Autism is, general facts about...

April is upon us, and that means spring-cleaning, or at least planning for it.  Spring-cleaning is an American tradition that transitions us from the winter season into the summer.  In previous eras when heating up one’s home through a fireplace was essential, spring-cleaning was used...

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