We can all agree that this election cycle was nasty and just devoid of honesty, so maybe that explains some of the behaviors we are witnessing. I have heard how one candidate was such a compulsive liar while the other one was a saint. One used some server in a basement with classified information on … Continue reading No Shortage of Hypocrisy
Take the time to let each person know how special they are to you and how grateful you are to know and love them. The times we choose to spend with each other should be filled with joy, love and laughter! Let’s not wait until Thanksgiving to show it, either!
Each year, people across the country sit down around the table on Thanksgiving to eat turkey, one of America’s favorite festive birds. Although most of us are used to eating turkey that has been roasted in an oven, there are many different ways to cook a turkey that you might not know about. If you … Continue reading How To Get Your Turkey On!
Black Friday is just around the corner. I, for one, am not a fan nor do I believe that businesses should be open on Thanksgiving Day. If you are considering braving the madness of Black Friday, here are a few ways to make it easier for you to accomplish your goals. Make your gift recipient list. … Continue reading Are You Brave Enough?
This time next week we should be all stuffed with great food, enjoying great company and watching the games. So, while most will be having turkey or ham, (mmmm yummy!) and a variety of sides, today I want to focus on the best part; dessert! Not sure about you, but I love cheesecake! My … Continue reading A Thanksgiving Cheesecake
With all of the rancor and vitriol this election season has received and is still receiving, there is one thing to consider; the holidays are quickly approaching. Thanksgiving is just a few short weeks away (November 24th to be exact) and that means that there will be family get togethers, both big and small. … Continue reading Leave Your Politics At The Door
How do we bridge a divide that has cut so deep into the fabric of our nation? This is a question that may be the most difficult one for me to answer. As much as I would hope we would as a nation, come together to move our country forward, many (in the millions upon … Continue reading How To Bridge The Divide
Work, relationships, illness and money problems are common reasons for stress, but this election cycle takes the cake! Let's take the mysticism out of de-stressing. Stress is the feeling of being put under too much mental or emotional pressure and is an unavoidable part of life, but dealing with it is possible. Although the cause … Continue reading Let’s Breathe It Out, Together
With all of the hype and the future of our nation being tossed about, finding a calm place is next to impossible. If you have already vote, thank you! Your civic duty and commitment to it has been fulfilled, at least for now. Being a part of the community is vital for its success, but … Continue reading Tomorrow’s Outcome Is Up To You
Tuesday, we will know who the next president will be (fingers crossed). As Americans, neighbors, friends, family and strangers it is our collective responsibility to not gloat (we've seen that before). Remember, nearly half of the country is going to be severely disappointed with the winner, no matter what.