Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday

It’s Thankful Thursday.  Did you know that being grateful is good for your health? Today I am thankful for numerous things, yet I want to share just a few with you.First, I am thankful for my health.  The journey has had its challenges, yet I am not in the...
How to Save Time in the Kitchen

How to Save Time in the Kitchen

 It’s flu season, and one way you can stay healthy is to eat at home rather than eating out.  In addition, when you cook at home, you have more control over what you are feeding you and your family.  You have more control over your health.Earlier this year, I...
7 Toxic Items in Your Pantry

7 Toxic Items in Your Pantry

“Ignorance is bliss,” said someone, but this statement is not true when it applies to the foods you and your family are eating on a regular basis. While we all must eat in order to survive, some things that we eat could be shortening our life span, or at...
How to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

How to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  You know at least one lady that has been affected by it.  I know several–too many. While large amounts of money are being raised and spent on curing cancer, why not do all you can to avoid it in the first...
How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

How to Eat Healthy on a Budget

It’s not a necessary evil!  Eating healthy is a part of good stewardship, and I wish I had learned that sooner. While healthy food may seem pricey, here are some points to ponder for perspective:Realize that your grocery shopping in an investment in your...
3 Tips for a Healthy Fall

3 Tips for a Healthy Fall

Fall is such a beautiful time of year.  The leaves are turning colors, the weather is below 100 degrees, and the days are still long enough to enjoy plenty of time outside.Since fall is a transition between summer and winter, staying healthy requires intentional...