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  • Thursday January 12th, 2017
    Who wants to exercise when it’s cold and dark outside? But even in winter getting outdoors can put you in a better mood. It may even improve your concentration. So bundle yourself and your kids up in layers. Be sure everyone’s heads and hands are covered. And, take some extra time warming up before you exercise in the cold. Then, try these fun activities to ...
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    You’ve survived the holidays.  The hustle and bustle are over, question is “what to do now?” Two words: Day. Trip. Day trips are the best… Except for a weekend getaway, that is With the new year finally here, it’s time to hunker down and wait for the cold that we all know will, inevitably, arrive. Or…better yet, forget hunkering down. Let’s make 2017 a year to explore ...
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    Nothing against fancy, Teflon-coated aluminum, but no pan possesses quite as much heart—or versatility—as the cast-iron skillet. The humble pan makes whipping up a satisfying 30-minute supper, savory sides, or a crowd-pleasing dessert a snap. Get the recipes here
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    Before you drag your garbage and recycling to the curb, read this article! There’s so much you can do with an old jar, can, or cardboard box. All you need to do is clean it up and get creative. Here are 12 crafty projects that will literally turn your trash into treasures. 1. Glass Jars Martha Stewart shares that your discarded glass jars can be a beautiful ...
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  • Wednesday January 04th, 2017
    This year, our New Year’s Resolution is simple: Make better biscuits. We caught up with the folks in our Test Kitchen for their no-fail tips for making the flakiest, most tender biscuits ever, regardless of the ingredients. Here’s what they had to say: Start with cold ingredients and work quickly so that your hands don’t warm 
the dough. To start, stir dry ingredients together, and ...
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  • Wednesday December 28th, 2016
    What you do the first hour of the New Year will be what you do most of the year. If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year. Changing your undershirt or underwear on New Year’s Day can cause boils. It is believed that babies born on New Year are extremely fortunate and lucky. It is ...
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  • Wednesday December 28th, 2016
    New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, all too soon after the hectic rush of the holidays and the whirl of gift-shopping and party-throwing. If you’re anything like us, you’re in the grip of post-holiday lassitude. So whether you’re throwing a small party or snuggling up on the couch this New Year’s Eve, the drinks should stay simple. Festive and bubbly, perhaps, but not ...
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