Category: Week 1

6 Fun Morning Popsicles

Think you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Think again! With a few ingredients (including yogurt, cereal, and fruit) you can create summer popsicles for breakfast or a morning snack. Listed below are six homemade popsicle recipes that will help you stay cool on summer mornings. 6 Homemade Summer Popsicles for Breakfast Yogurt parfait popsicles. A…
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Mother’s Day French Toast

Enjoy this simple, delicious recipe for French Toast. It’s perfect to serve your mother or special woman in your life on Mother’s Day or any special day of the year! 

Don’t Forget the Younger Graduates!

College graduates aren’t the only ones that deserve to be rewarded for their hard work. Younger students could definitely do with some encouragement too. Many students are graduating this weekend from secondary schools. Check out this list of gift ideas for younger graduates, ranging from kindergarten to high school. Gift Ideas for Younger Graduates (kindergarten,…
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Budgeting 6 Major May Expenses

May is a month that can be challenging on your bank balance and has some major expenses.  There are so many expenses this time of year, you really need to create a budget to plan for all the expenses this month. Sit down with your family and write all of the planned expenses so you…
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Get an Emotional Health Check-Up

Most Americans visit their doctor every year to have a physical health check-up, but it’s also important to evaluate your mental health on a regular basis. An emotional health check-up is an important life tool in which you analyze your mental health and make improvements. Frequent overall health check-ups are important for your quality of…
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You + Dirt = CALM

You + Dirt = CALM Getting in the dirt to garden is an ancient physical activity that has numerous health benefits. Playing in the dirt benefits you by reducing your stress chemicals, boosting your immune system, relaxing your mind and body, and nourishing your soul. Join the ancient tradition of  your ancestors by diving into…
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No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake

Need a sweet treat for Mother’s Day? How about a fresh strawberry cheesecake? It’s easy to make, requires no baking, and it’s the perfect way to honor National Strawberry Month. You’ll love this no bake cheesecake recipe! This cheesecake recipe features yummy strawberries, a fruit with lots of nutrients—some of which include vitamin K, folic…
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Celebrate the Feminine Mothers Day

The feminine has been celebrated since ancient Greece and throughout the ages in all cultures, religions, and spiritualities. When I was at Emory, I was fascinated by the theology of the Amma, the holy mother, governing the early monasteries. The Amma was the CEO of the monastery. She was in charge of the spiritual, economic…
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Salmon Tacos With Mango Salsa and Aioli

Hotdogs and hamburgers—they’re the grilling staples of the summer, but not the only ones. Grilled fish, especially salmon, is good for you and very tasty. As you fire up the grill this summer be sure to try this recipe for lime and Sriracha salmon tacos. It’s topped with a delicious mango salsa and chipotle aioli.…
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Nightmares and Spiritual Guidance

Dreams, whether good or bad, can have great spiritual significance, encouraging us to grow from the experience. However, there’s danger in becoming overwhelmed by nightmares. For centuries, people across the world turned to spiritual guidance to help stop unbearable bad dreams. Nightmares are extremely common. One out of every two adults has nightmares on occasion.…
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