Tag: diy tips

BLOG POST

(Photo: © Rawpixel.com/stock.Adobe.com)

10 Doctor-Recommended Healthy Habits

Are you looking for tangible ways to improve your health? Not sure where to start? Consider the top recommendations from the American Medical Association (AMA). “From time to time, it’s important to consider your personal goals, and how you can make positive health … read more

BLOG POST

The Sugar Plum Mix of dahlias offers hues of honey gold, burnt orange and violet-mauve, providing a colorful, contemporary blend of dahlias late summer. (Photo courtesy Longfield Gardens)

From Garden to Bouquet — Growing Your Own Cut Flowers

Keep your flower vases filled all summer long with beautiful blossoms picked right from your own garden and containers. Growing seeds, plants and tender bulbs that can double as cut flowers makes it easy to create casual, fresh-cut bouquets for your dinner table … read more

BLOG POST

(Photo courtesy Getty Images)

5 Tips to Successfully Bring a New Pet into Your Home

Bringing home a puppy or kitten can lead to a lot of excitement. However, discussing issues that may arise and preparing in advance for a new pet’s arrival can help make for a smooth transition. Consider these tips from the pet experts at … read more

BLOG POST

Senior Healthy Living

Tips for Healthy Aging

Healthy aging can often be credited to one key factor: prevention. To help remain active in retirement, it is important to listen to the body’s signals and understand the needs required for a healthy body. Experts recommend always viewing your health through a … read more

BLOG POST

Senior Dog Care

5 Tips for Senior Dog Care

As your dog ages, your care must evolve to meet your furry friend’s changing needs, particularly when it comes to mobility, injury-prevention and recovery. The following tips can help keep your aging dog mobile, healthy and happy. Fish oil: Originally recommended for treating … read more

BLOG POST

Thai Style Butternut Squash Soup
In the Market Now

Enjoy Luscious, Warming Butternut Squash Soup Before Spring Gets Here

Lent is upon us and the first day of spring is right around the corner, so it’s time to clean up our pantries and lighten up our meals. Stored winter squash can be the main ingredient in a luscious soup, welcome on chilly … read more

BLOG POST
& VIDEO

salmon

Easy Salmon Dinner Your Kids Will Love

Uncomplicate family meal time with a simple and scrumptious salmon dinner. Beau Coffron, the Lightworkers’ lunchbox connoisseur, shares his secret for a quick meal to foster family togetherness. Usually Coffron’s Dad Does Lunch show how to send your child off with a creative, … read more

BLOG POST
& VIDEO

Crème Brûlée

How to Make Crème Brûlée

Dazzle your guests with a decadent dessert like this crème brûlée. With a rich and creamy filling topped with a sugary crust, these individual-sized sweets can provide a perfect ending to nearly any get-together. Watch the video to see how to make the … read more

Wet Apple Media W3C Valid HTML 5 PCS Web Hosting LLC