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5 Easy Comfort Food Recipes from the Heart

There’s nothing better than comfort food. It is, by definition, comforting. It tastes like home and all the memories that conjures up. Whether you need a pick me up or a way to celebrate, easy comfort food recipes can be a fantastic go-to. What do you think of when you think of comfort food? Is it the apple pie your grandma made? Or the special German…

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What You Can Do to Make a Political Impact
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What You Can Do to Make a Political Impact

Yes, this is an election year and a biggie. We will be choosing a President, along with every House seat and many Senate seats. Not to mention all of the local elections. If you’ve been wondering what you can do to get involved in the process or you’re already active but want to do more, wonder no more.  There are a myriad of ways to…

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Planning a Fall Garden? 8 Vegetables to Plant Now

If you are planning a fall garden, there’s good news. You haven’t missed the chance to get in on the gardening trend that was sparked during the spring Covid-19 quarantine. If you have vegetable and herb envy after looking at the harvests of all your friends, do not despair. You can still join them this fall with a bountiful basket of colorful and tasty edibles….

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Simple Ways to Share Kindness Even During a Pandemic

Are you looking for ways to share kindness with others during these trying times? I’m with you! One of the best ways to help ourselves is to give back to others. There is a reason why so many people say they receive more than they give after spending time volunteering. Above all, you get to think outside your own anxiety, sadness, depression or general malaise…

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9 Summer Reads for Women
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9 Summer Reads for Women

With a little more time at home these days, I’ve found myself reading more. While I know some of you are learning Italian and focusing on making that picture perfect sour dough loaf, I’ve fallen in love with characters from Milwaukee to Seattle. I’ve spent time in the 50’s and relived the 90’s. I have been able to forget our current situation for hours at…

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