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Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

It’s very easy to make New Year’s resolutions but most of us have difficulty sticking to them! Resolutions take focus, planning, and a determination to stick with them for the same amount of time it takes to change a habit. It is important to remember that the New Year isn’t meant to serve as a […]

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Don’t Forgot Sleep In the New Year

Sleep is something that comes naturally to everyone and most people do not think about it or its importance. For the most part, the only people who do think about sleep are those who are having a hard time falling asleep or sleeping through the night. In order to understand this natural part of daily […]

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Your Holiday Season Cooking & Cleaning Checklist

I love the holiday season and everything it brings – good food, quality time spent with family and friends, and a few days out of the office! Growing up, I always remembered the holidays being busy. From family coming from out of town to visit, to wrapping up school exams, and more, December always seemed […]

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5 Wonderful Things About December

This time of year can be very hectic and chaotic. For those that have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) it is compounded by depression. For a little pick me up as we enter the dark time of year, here are 5 Wonderful Things about December. Colder Weather.The best indicator that December has arrived is the weather. […]

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Staying Safe Shopping This Year

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for most of your life, you probably know that Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, has earned the reputation of being the busiest (and most dangerous) shopping day of the year. That day is fast approaching this year and I wanted to give you some information to help […]

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Something We Should All Be Thankful For

It’s November now and that means we will all soon be gathering around the table with our families to eat a delicious meal and reflect on what we are thankful for this year. One tradition that my family has is to go around the table and share what we are most thankful for on this […]

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Practice Fire Safety & Prevention

October is Fire Safety and Prevention Month so I thought it was a great chance to review a few fire safety tips with you. Make sure your home doesn’t join this statistic by following the following tips: Smoke Detectors – While it almost goes without saying, every home should have a smoke detector in every […]

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5 Tips To Prevent Deer Collisions

You may have noticed in the recent weeks that deer sightings are becoming more prevalent. Since we are unable to train deer to stay off the roads ☹ here are 5 tips to help you prevent and decrease the danger of being involved in a deer-related auto accident: Deer generally travel together. If you see […]

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Recipe of the Month: Oreo & Fudge Ice Cream Cake

I love Oreos and Fudge! I discovered an easy recipe that has combined both of those amazing treats together! And…. it’s so delicious that I had to share it with you! Ingredients 1/2 cup hot fudge ice cream topping, warmed 1 tub (8oz) COOL WHIP Topping, thawed, divided 1 pkg. (3.9 oz.) JELL-O Chocolate Flavor […]

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Change Is In The Air

September is one of my favorite months. Maybe it’s the fighting spirit inside me, but I like to root for this ‘underdog’ month. Think about it…September is the month right before all of the major holidays start, and I think September doesn’t get the attention it deserves. The heat of summer staves off and we […]

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