Post Holiday Blues

Post Holiday Blues

The 3rd Monday of January is “Blue Monday” – the most depressing day of the year. Post holiday blues include fatigue, loneliness, financial stress, anxiety, and low mood. Try this recipe to make this New Year of 2022 a positive one from the start. You need: 1...
Staying Fit in Winter Months

Staying Fit in Winter Months

No need to hibernate in the winter; you can stay active. Though experts recommend you exercise for at least 30 minutes, 5 days a week, 5-10 mins. of movement a day (or several times a day) will help with weight loss, improve your mood, and increase your heart health....
Changing Seasons

Changing Seasons

As spring and summer are completed and we enter autumn, we anticipate winter ahead in all its glory! We look forward to beautiful snow scenery and sledding or snowmobiling. But many of us feel that the best of 2021 is behind us. As with life in general and we look to...

The Roller Coaster Season

Although I haven’t wanted to get on a roller coaster for decades, I feel like I’m on one a lot of the time. With the availability of the Covid vaccine, I felt the exhilaration of making it up a steep climb, followed by a terrifying drip and then the...

Summer is Salad Time

Spaghetti/Pasta Salad 1 pound pasta (your favorite) cooked according to package directions and cooled 3/4 cup chopped red or white onion 1/2 – 3/4 cup diced or shredded carrots 1 medium/large red bell pepper; seeded and diced 1 medium/large green bell pepper;...

Quinoa Pizza Bites

Try these Quinoa Pizza Bites – a tasty snack or light meal packed with nutrients. Quinoa is gluten free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain sufficient amounts of all 9 essential amino acids. It’s high in fiber, magnesium, B vitamins,...