10 Ways To Teach Kids About Money

Did your parents teach you about money when you were growing up? Did they emphasize the value of having good credit and how to live within your means? Did they teach you how to buy groceries, put money aside for emergencies, and pay yourself first? What are some ways that you can pass this knowledge… Read More »

Chicken Soup For Your Health

There has been a lot of talk about chicken soup for this and chicken soup for that. It's based on the idea that chicken soup has some special significance for health improvement. It seems that mothers through the ages and across all cultures have offered some form of chicken broth when their families get ill… Read More »

Top Ten Autumn Foods

The surroundings is getting colder, and you are able to see pale, dry leaves covering up the gardens and roads – autumn has come and with it the whole atmosphere has turned a little depressing. On the other hand, autumn also offers a treat for your taste buds as a huge selection of seasonal vegetables… Read More »

Yes, You Can Afford a Food Storage Plan

So you think you can not afford to have food storage and still feed your family on a day-to-day basis. Well, you can – and I'm going to tell you how to do it. Start with an inventory of your cupboards and pantry. Take a notepad and write general headings such as "canned goods, meats,… Read More »

Modifying a Home for a Senior

Most seniors want to live independently for as long as they can. Moving into a nursing home or assisted living center, or moving in with children or other relatives, may make sense for any number of reasons, but one must take into account the senior's self-esteem. Very few seniors are comfortable in situations where they… Read More »

Preparing Your Body For the Lemon Detox Diet

Before you start your detox, have a couple of meat free days and try and stick to fresh salads, fruit and raw veggies. Eat as little cooked food as possible and drink plenty of fresh, pure water. This will enable your body to prepare itself and you will find that procedures like the salt water… Read More »

Living Frugally on Disability Income

Living frugally on disability income is a necessity that brings the reward of being able to live on your own. Being a wheelchair user or having another disability does not mean independent living is out of grass. By carefully managing your money and taking advantage of the government programs available, life can be comfortable in… Read More »

Survival Tips – The Best Emergency Food Kit

Who Needs The Best Emergency Food Kit? Who knows what the future holds? If only we knew, day to day, what challenges would arise, we would never be caught unawares. Unfortunately, life just doesn’t work that way. Those who prefer to look forward and make preparations for the “just in case” scenarios are often painted… Read More »

Jackfruit Shawarma With Tzatziki Sauce

Confession: Before I transitioned to a vegan diet, I ate a lot of meat. Like most, I assumed the animals were humanely cared for and died quickly and painlessly. I learned otherwise after I was well into a plant-based lifestyle. This didn’t change the fact that I missed the chewy, savory, greasy aspects of my… Read More »

10 Reasons Why a Career in the Culinary Arts Is Rewarding

For those who have a real passion for cooking and creating unique dishes, a culinary arts career may be the best choice for them. Culinary jobs can be had at the entry-level or you could go to an official culinary school and get started that way. There are many reasons to choose culinary arts as… Read More »