When you’re trying to get into good shape, you have so many choices, it can seem almost overwhelming. How can you ever decide, especially when it seems as though every day, a new fitness program comes out that the media hype up as the best thing for everyone. But commonsense should tell us that one
Think about what you would do if your next paycheck didn’t come. Do you have an emergency fund set aside?
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In this economy, most of us could use an extra $100 every month. While it might seem impossible given all the demands on your salary, it can be done if you are prepared to make a few sacrifices and take some time and apply some effort to getting a bit more organized. Here are a
What You Need: 1 (18.25 oz.) chocolate cake mix 1 (16 oz.) can chocolate frosting 2 yellow gumdrops 1 green gumdrop 1 red gumdrop 2 pieces of shoestring black licorice 6 pieces of candy corn How to Make It: Set the oven temperature to 350 degrees and allow the oven to preheat.
What You Need: 4 T unsalted butter, at room temperature and cut into pieces 1 large egg, lightly beaten 2 C hot roll mix 3 t yeast (if a packet comes in the hot roll mix use 3 t of that yeast) 1 t baking powder 2 t sugar 1/2 C very hot water (125
A great salad for the whole family. What You Need: 4 canned pear halves 8 whole cloves 8 almond halves 4 t cottage cheese 4 lettuce leaves How to Make It: Lay a leaf of lettuce on 4 small serving plates. Place a pear half cut side down on the lettuce leaf. Place 2 cloves
There are as many drinks to be made as there are Easter foods, but finding a themed beverage for your Easter dinner just got easier. We’ve gathered a few of the most popular, with and without alcohol, for your choice of Easter libation to help boost your celebration. For Young And Old Alike These thirst-quenching
Toss a salad to go with dinner. Instead of store bought croutons on the top, use cubed pieces of wheat bread. Wash them with a little butter or reduced fat margarine and pop them into the oven to bake. They still add crunch to the salad with less fat than regular croutons. Even better would