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DIY Projects All Dog Lovers Will Love         

By Kacey Mya: Once you introduce a furry friend into your life, you quickly grow to love it. You’d do anything for your dog, from daily walks to staying up with it when it’s sick. You want to incorporate your love for your dog into everything you do. It’s no …

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Turn Your Key — Be Idle Free

By Larraine Roulston: In spite of scientific warnings about increasing climate disruptions, we still see people idling their cars. Many cabbies keep their motors running at airports, parents idle cars as they wait for their children, and others sit in parking lots while spewing exhaust as they text. One statistic …

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Weekly Menu #28

My weeks are super busy with work and kids and many activities so my weekly menu is one way I keep organization is all this chaos and make sure we still eat healthy.             Monday Vegetable and Bean Casserole with Crumble         …

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Roasted tomato soup with pasta

Ever since our dinner at La Costa spa I’ve been dreaming about tomato soup so when I made dinner I changed my mind from making pasta to making a roasted tomato soup but since I had promised pasta I just added that to the soup. It all worked really well.     …

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Vegan 7 Layer Dip

I should admit that 7 layer dips have never been my thing. I did not enjoy lots of sour cream and cheese in one go but now I reinvented this dip into something healthier with good fats and made into a dish that can be a party dish or a …

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Turning Excess Dough into Beer

By Larraine Roulston: As food waste is rapidly becoming a moral issue, creative solutions are emerging. Sending surplus bread to a brewery to make beer is how Leftovers Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Calgary, Alberta, is dealing with its excess sourdough bread donations. This charitable organization rescues perishable foods from …

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Staying Motivated on a Diet or Health Regimen

ByKim Robson: Since last May, I’ve been on the Keto Diet. And it’s definitely working — even without workouts, I’ve lost two sizes. I’m wearing clothes I haven’t been able to fit into for months or even years, and am feeling much better about my appearance and energy level. Keto …

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Capsule Wardrobes

By Fredrica Syren: I’m a person who tries to live a green and minimal life but who also loves fashion and clothes. The problem with fashion is that trends change very quickly, so living an eco-friendly life and still looking fashionable can be a challenge. This is why the capsule …

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The Dangers and Benefits of Dietary Supplements

By Jackie Edwards: In the United States, sixty-eight percent of adults take dietary supplements on a regular basis. While taking various vitamin and mineral supplements certainly can have a positive impact on the overall health of adults and children, with the myriad of different suppliers hawking their vitamins online, consumers need to …

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