Food

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 […]

Monte Cristo with Apple-Hatch Chile Jam

A more grown-up version of grilled cheese or the best ham and cheese sandwich ever, a Monte Cristo is easy to make at home – and it’s delicious! French toast gets an upgrade when you add some ham and Swiss cheese, dip it in egg batter and pan fry it in a bit of butter. […]

Cheese Frittata

Looking for an easy add in for your holiday table? Your celebration needs a frittata. Welcome spring vegetables and make a statement with this easy-to-adapt dish that is perfect for Easter and kosher for Passover. This one dish wonder is seriously simple. If you’ve got eggs you’re good to go. Whether you showcase what you […]

Chicken Sandwich with Tangy Mustard Sauce

Happy Spring! Brighter days are ahead and so is a special recipe guaranteed to shake things up in your kitchen. Hungry for something good?  March 30 is National Hot Chicken Day. Newsflash: a juicy, deliciously crispy breaded chicken sandwich can be made in your home kitchen and there’s no waiting in a long line of cars. […]

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. […]

Peach French Toast Bake

  The sun is shining, the birds are singing – and you’re exhausted. It’s not your imagination. No week feels longer than the one following Daylight Saving Time. Make waking up a little easier with a bright, cheery breakfast. This Peach French Toast Bake is an easy prep, one dish, do-ahead that will help make […]

Shepherd’s Pie

  Stuffed with ground beef or lamb, padded with plenty of veggies, fortified with Guinness and topped with a pillowy puff of potatoes, Shepherd’s Pie is fun for St. Patrick’s Day.  Use leaner ground beef, like 85/15 or better to reduce the fat in this recipe. Brown the ground beef first and then use the pan […]

Easy Sheet Pan Salmon

This is where we are now. It’s not just the cooking. It’s the sheer exhaustion of trying to think about what to cook. We’ve dissolved into eating plain crackers. Delving into chips to not do dishes. Skipping meals. And more than once this week, I have peered into my pandemic freezer feeling a little too […]

Skillet Taco Casserole

Grab a fork, it’s taco night! Beefy, cheesy and delicious this Skillet Taco Casserole is all the fun of tacos in a one dish, easy cleanup casserole. Served with traditional taco toppings alongside, it has happy-crunchy-taco loaded into every bite. No messy fingers here, just everything you love about tacos.  We are all craving the […]

Chocolate Chip, Banana and Oat Muffins

Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day, a day set aside to remind us to do those little things that make the world a better place. Do a good deed, reach out and help someone, or spread kindness in another way. Bake some home made muffins and share with someone who could use a little cheering […]

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 […]

Oatmeal Dream Cookies

It’s the sweetest day. Does anything say “I love you” quite like a warm, homemade cookie? Surprise someone you love. Make them feel special. Bake a batch of cookies that you know they like and bake them just for them. I had the best time talking with a reader this week. We connected over a cookie […]

Your Guide to Vegan Leather Products

As more and more people shift to a more sustainable, cruelty-free lifestyle, it can be hard to keep up. Especially when it seems like everything you use is tainted by untenable practices. But, there’s no need to get overwhelmed, particularly when there are companies that strive to make a difference with their products from manufacturer […]

How Gardening as a Hobby Improves Mental Health

Aside from the fact that it is great fun, there are studies to prove that gardening is great for mental health. That’s the reason, too, that you will find several gardening clubs in the city where you live. It makes you forget about the stress of urban life and is a way of unwinding and […]

Growing Your Own Food: The Health Benefits

As a divorced mum, money had always been an issue for me; but when Covid resulted in reduced hours of work and the corresponding pay cut, I was quite desperate. I have three growing children and I needed to put food on the table. I have always tried to make sure my kids get a […]

The Garden Teaches Us How to Treat Our Customers

There’s no doubt about it – gardening doesn’t only come up with examples that can be applied in customer care. The plants teach us so many important life skills. Plants turn their faces to the sun, basking in the light and warmth needed for growth. They’re not distracted by adversity such as weeds but purposefully […]

Community Garden: Inspired To Turn Something Useless Into Something Productive

There is something seriously amazing when somebody does something extraordinary that nit changes their community for the better. One of these efforts is a community garden. It’s mind-boggling that we live in such a high-tech, sophisticated world. Still, not many people think of things like this – turning an ugly, littered vacant lot into something […]

Best Hobbies to Pursue During the Slowdown

It is typical not to know what to do with your downtime after being consumed with work for a long time. What used to appeal to you as hobbies may not anymore. It is time to explore new possibilities with some new hobbies. A useful hobby should not only be relaxing but be able to […]

How to Start a Gardening Business in 5 Steps

If you’ve been providing landscaping services for any amount of time, then you know that this is a pretty versatile industry. You can serve clients in the residential, commercial and public sectors. You can grow your business as large as you can handle. After all, everyone needs someone to keep their yard clean, neat, and […]

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