making savvy donation decisions
in Home, Life Done Well on Less, That's Life

4 Steps to Smart and Savvy Donation Decisions

Living a Life Done Well for Less does not mean you have to stop making donations. What it does mean is that you make smart and savvy donation decisions about how your money is spent. It is even more important that you give where it counts, makes a true impact, and makes you feel good.  When you give being smart and savvy, it does require…

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podcasts for foodies
in Good Eats, In Our Kitchen, On the Menu

9 Favorite Podcasts for Foodies

Podcasts for foodies have exploded. What was once a niche market, now offers insights into all aspects of the food world. Whether you want to hone your cooking skills, delve into the workings of the food industry, learn about the history behind your favorite foods, be entertained by a comedian, or dive deep into a particular culture, there’s a perfect food-based podcast for you. Whether…

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in North America, Travel Done Well

6 Top Vermont Ski Resorts for All Levels

TRAVEL UPDATE: Effective Feb. 23, those who are fully vaccinated AND 14 days out from receiving their final dose can travel to and from Vermont without quarantine. Other safety measures like masks and social distancing are still mandatory for all. Learn more: https://www.vermontvacation.com/travel-restrictions Yes, ski season is here. Some of you will be thrilled and some of you will be so depressed. I’m actually in…

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instant pot chicken teriyaki recipe
in 30 Minute Healthy Dinners, Good Eats, On the Menu, Recipes

Instant Pot Chicken Teriyaki: The Perfect Dinner

If you are looking for a special, delicious, and super easy dinner option, this instant pot chicken teriyaki recipe is everything you could ask for. It is sweet and tangy and the perfect accompaniment to hot, fluffy rice. The recipe doesn’t call for a ton of ingredients and you can prepare it in ten minutes or less! Now, that’s what I call the perfect dinner!…

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best homemade dog treats
in Pets

20 Easy and Healthy Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

We are sharing 20 homemade dog treat recipes that your pets will love. Made with simple ingredients from your kitchen, these recipes are an easy and healthy treat for your four-legged friends. I’ve been making homemade food for our dogs for years now. It started before there were so many healthier prepared dog foods on the market. These days, you can even buy fresh, homemade…

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reviving travel memories at home by having english tea
in Travel Done Well, Home, That's Life

How to Trigger Travel Memories at Home

Are your travel memories starting to fade? If you’re like me, you haven’t ventured far from home since the pandemic started. I actually haven’t travelled since last December. Even my ski trip for last March got cancelled. Normally, I would have had several good vacations and maybe a couple of 3-day weekends under my belt by now. But, not this year. So, how have I…

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sheet pan recipes like this turkey dinner
in 30 Minute Healthy Dinners, Good Eats, Home, Recipes

20 Delicious and Oh, So Easy Sheet Pan Recipes

Short on time, but still want healthy and tasty? Be sure to check out these delicious sheet pan recipes that make cooking and clean up a breeze! Even though we may be spending a lot of time at home these days, that doesn’t mean we want to spend the time cooking…enter sheet pan recipes. They make meal time so much easier. One large pan holds…

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online exercise programs to keep you active and fit
in Ageless Living, Getting Fit, Home, That's Life

Out of Gym Experiences to Keep You Active and Fit

While many gyms are open once again, you may not feel totally comfortable being inside with a group of strangers right now. We put ourselves in this category. But we still want to maintain our health and keep active. So, what are our options? Well, we have found some great online exercise programs that have kept us motivated or at least off the couch and…

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