Sheet Pan Shrimp Boil

No Northwest summer is complete without seafood – clambakes, cedar planked salmon or a fish fry featuring something freshly caught. Make dad’s day with a winner of a dinner that’s just right for Father’s Day. Recreate the fun of his favorite seafood spot with a quick, easy Sheet Pan Shrimp Boil you can pull off […]


School is almost out – summer is deliriously close. The pantry has been cleaned, really cleaned, several times over. Ditto the fridge. Your kitchen is organized and you have many meals behind you. Remember how wonderful it felt to know you were going on a field trip? Hopefully, your permission slip is signed because this […]

How Not to Feel Alone While Living as an Old Childless Couple

For older couples with no children, the grief of having no one to rely on is truly heavy. Senior citizens struggle more after retirement as they start to develop various health problems while having nothing to distract them from the absence of a child. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to feel less alone during […]

Broccoli Salad

We’ve been patiently buckled in for a quite a while now. Like being on a much too long flight, it made no sense to squirm, so we kept busy baking bread, creating casseroles, and mastering the many meals that could be made from our pantries. You can put your tray table up now – it […]

Sour Cream and Onion Potato Salad

Bring on the BBQ! We made it to Memorial Day and if your job is the potato salad, do it like this. Kick off the summer with this Sour Cream and Onion Potato Salad. Classically creamy, just like you’d expect a potato salad should be, it’s the crunchy potato chip topper that takes it from […]

Black Bean Veggie Burgers

  No matter what may change, the need for a fast, flavorful easy meal remains. Anything you can pull from your freezer and heat in a hurry fits the bill. These Black Bean Veggie Burgers are hearty and flavorful. Big, thick, and full of texture, they hold their shape and are easy to make. They’re […]

Setting Up a Home Garden After Buying a New House

Once you have an idea of what garden you’d like after buying a new house, your first step is to clear away all the weeds and bushes that will interfere with the laying of your lawn and gardens. Picking up a bargain van By clearing away debris to set up a home garden, you’ll be […]

Spring Salad

Vibrant and green, fast and fresh, the time for a spectacular salad is now. Easy to achieve, the seasonal choices abound and with a little know-how, making something delicious and healthy is right at your fingertips. Celebrate National Salad Month with a swoonworthy salad that you make at home. Whether you pop into the Farmer’s […]


As we run down our pandemic bucket lists, I am making good on all the things I discovered in my pantry, namely the Harina PAN I bought when I had an itch to make those delicious little cornmeal cakes known as arepas. Crispy on the outside, pillowy on the inside, I will order things off […]

Why a Science Degree Should be Your Top Priority after High School

Science is a body of knowledge through which we get to grasp different channels of understanding. It plays a crucial role in society, such as creating new knowledge, improving education quality, and increasing the quality of our lives. Since science responds to societal and global challenges, many students have developed an affinity for learning its […]

Cardamom Cake

If there is such a thing as cake perfection, this is it. Only seven ingredients, incredibly easy to make, it’s brilliantly simple but it’s intriguing. With a crackly almond top and a crumb dotted with bursts of floral-sweetness from the cardamom, it just feels fancy. This is the one recipe Alice Waters couldn’t live without […]

Spicy Shrimp, Celery and Cashew Stir-Fry

Make it take out tonight: outside that is. Eat light and enjoy the beautiful spring weather with this quick Spicy Shrimp, Celery and Cashew Sitr-Fry. It’s healthy, delicious and there for you anytime you need something good to eat but forgot to think about it until just now.  Keep a bag of peeled and deveined shrimp […]

Applying a New Finish to Your Gun with a Paint Job

Are you bored of the current color of your gun? Don’t worry because the Federal licensing agency concedes you to add all sorts of “bling” to your rifle to make it look more personalized or to look neat. Notify the licensing body before you make any changes to the paint of the gun. Painting your […]

How Gardening Rejuvenates Your Mind When Working from Home

Gardens add beauty to your compound and also remind you of the natural habitat that you love away from. In work from home mode, sometimes daily life concerns can make you overwork your mind and after a few months, you might feel stretched to the extreme. To help your mind get refreshed again, you need […]

Role of Non-IT Staff in Maintaining Data Security in Your Company

Whose responsibility is it to maintain data security in your company? The short and rather obvious answer is – everyone at the workplace, from top-level management to the staff at the bottom of hierarchy. The only difference is that some staff are meant to be more accountable compared to others, and some have a clearly […]

Healthy Lemon Blueberry Pancakes

Add a squeeze of sunshine to your week with these high protein Healthy Blueberry Lemon Pancakes. Light and fluffy but high in fiber, they’re made with nutritious ingredients like oats, cottage cheese and eggs to help keep you fueled for hours without weighing you down. Dotted with plump blueberries, there’s a bright pop of lemon […]

How to Help Students Raise Their Intrinsic Motivation Level

Intrinsic motivation involves doing something without expecting or receiving any obvious reward. You do it because it’s enjoyable and not because of outside pressure like a reward or deadline. Instead of focusing on only grades, intrinsic motivation gives students a chance to spend time and effort doing emotionally fulfilling activities. Intrinsic motivation is necessary when […]

Biggest Wilderness Risks When Camping with Kids

Kids these days do not know much about camping and the wild outdoors anymore. They are constantly stuck behind screens and are missing out on nature. As parents, taking your kids camping can be extremely fun, but the world has changed and taking extra precautions is necessary. No longer can you set up camp wherever […]

Warning Signs Your Hotel Employees Need Training

Regular staff training is important for any business to thrive. The purpose of staff training is to update the employee skills, improve satisfaction and morale and enhance the overall performance. Hotel industry-specific performance indicators can help identify training needs. Skills not practiced at the workplace can degrade over time and the employee behavior may deteriorate. […]

Social Media Strategy to Target Gen-Alpha

Social media is the way of our future, and companies devote much attention to marketing their products on these platforms. Since social media users are younger, strategies aim to attract Generation Z. However, they are not the youngest generation on the planet. This is Generation Alpha. They are the future spenders of the world economy […]

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