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  1. Dehydrated Cruciferous Vegetables to Protect Women’s Health

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by Andrei on Unsplash Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the US, with obesity and sedentary lifestyles doing plenty to contribute to current mortality rates. Dehydrated foods are an ideal way to fight obesity and enjoy nutrition-packed meals and they can help to lower your likelihood of heart disease. The risk of developing additional...
  2. Switch To Dehydrated Foods To Fight Obesity

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by Naim Benjelloun from Pexels American’s are on average getting fatter each year, with nearly 35% of the population now considered obese. Obesity isn’t just about waist size. It is now classed as a chronic disease in the U.S. There can be no doubt that it is crucial that the country tackles this growing epidemic. While...
  3. Family Night Tradition of Going on a Bear Hunt!

    Contributed by RL That’s what the children love to hear, we’re going on a Bear hunt.  When family gathers, like they do in July, they always want to participate in a Bear hunt.  No not the one where you get a license and drive for a few hours to the best mountain range to find the bears. They have a...
  4. The Celebration that Echoed around the world!

    It’s that time of year again when the 4th of July rolls around and the smells of barbecues and fresh apple pies are in the air.   Children of all ages anxiously wait for dark so they can “light” the fireworks they have been dreaming about for a whole year. The thrill, noise and even the smell of those fireworks just...
  5. Garbage Day

    Contributed by RL It’s like any other day except it is the designated day to clean up because well that’s what we do in spring especially when the kids are coming to visit.  We have to make room for the children and send down the road a few of the items that are cluttering up the house that were essential...
  6. The Fast

    Contributed by RL Oh my gosh! My wife suggested we take a short trip, some place remote, out of the way. But honestly I did not know that there are places here in America that has no cell, internet or Wi-Fi service. (https://visitidaho.org/things-to-do/hiking-backpacking/) Have you ever tried to go for ten days without any of our modern conveniences?  No I...
  7. What Are the Best Dehydrated and Freeze Dried Foods for Specific Diets?

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by Alexander Mils from Pexels An estimated 45 million Americans adhere to some kind of diet each and every year. Aside from simply having the desire to lose weight, many individuals go on a diet to achieve additional health goals. From calming digestive discomfort to improving one’s blood pressure, there are numerous reasons to stick...
  8. The Cooing of the Dove

    Contributed by RL As you go out onto the porch or sit in the yard do you notice?  It’s the different sounds of spring that come drifting into your ears and eyes, if we are paying attention. You know it’s the soft sound of the dripping ice off the shed roof or the overhead searching call of geese as they...
  9. Rain Drops Keep Falling

    Contributed by RL As I look out the window I watch as these little rain drops ripple in the puddles just outside. In the gloom of damp which engulfs us today I am drawn back to when the grandchildren were visiting last week. A grand time was had by all in this transition time of winter to spring. Snow to...
  10. Meal Budgeting Tips For New Graduates

    Contributed by Jennifer Dawson Photo by Mike from Pexels Every year nearly 5 million students graduate from colleges around the USA, according to the National Center for Educational Statistics. One of the hardest parts about flying the nest and fending for yourself is learning to cook independently. Not only can preparing appetizing, nutritious meals be harrowing for someone who has never had to...

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