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POSTAug 04, 2019
Let us take a step back for a moment and ponder how we got to this point in our lives. Think back on your successes, and what it took to obtain them. Think back on your failures, and how you learned from then. Interwoven in your successes were people who aided your ability to obtain . . .
POSTJul 02, 2019
The Fourth of July is right around the corner! Get in the spirit to celebrate our freedom with these patriotic snack ideas. Have a tasty 4th of July with these red, white and blue treats! Red, White and Bark! Ingredients: White chocolate Red & blue candy Red & blue sprinkles Melt 1 pound of white . . .
POSTJun 11, 2019
Father’s Day is just around the corner. Do you have a gift in mind for your Dad yet? You don’t have to break the bank to show him how much he means to you. Here are some budget friendly DIY gifts that he is sure to love. Your wallet will love them too. They say the . . .
POSTMay 23, 2019
Memorial Day, which unofficially marks the beginning of summer, has an official significance behind it. Memorial Day is meant to honor and remember those who have died while serving in the U.S. military. The difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day is that Memorial Day honors all those that have died while serving in the . . .
POSTMay 10, 2019
I believe everyone can be in agreeance on why we celebrate Mother’s Day. We celebrate Mother’s Day to express our gratitude for the women in our lives that have worked through so much and have made tremendous sacrifices to give us the opportunity to learn and grow throughout life. It goes without saying, that being . . .
POSTMar 13, 2019
Submitted by: Collin Pike Spring is right around the corner. This upcoming season is full of sunshine, long days, and it marks the beginning of warmer weather. With having so much to look forward to, what better way to transition into Spring then with celebrating St. Patrick’s Day? When we think of St. Patrick’s Day, . . .
POSTFeb 13, 2019
Valentine’s Day is about LOVE, but do you know your partner’s “love language?” The book The Five Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman explores what LOVE actually means to different people. Everyone communicates differently so understanding how your partner “speaks” love will get you speaking the same language. In Dr. Chapman’s book, he covers the . . .
POSTFeb 12, 2019
Think about your heart this February, and not just because Valentine’s Day is around the corner! The first Friday in February is “National Go Red Day,” to raise awareness about heart disease. About 610,000 people die from heart disease every year in the U.S. It is the #1 cause of death in women and men. . . .
POSTDec 03, 2018
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, and I’ve brought some corn for popping, now bring us some figgy pudding, later we’ll have some pumpkin pie and we’ll do some caroling… food is an important part of many holiday traditions and memories! The holidays can be stressful especially on a budget with the constant pressure to . . .
POSTNov 12, 2018
Thanksgiving is the time of year when we remember to be thankful, but an attitude of gratitude should be upheld throughout the year. It’s easy to focus on what we DON’T have, but there are so many things that we DO have and should be thankful for every day. What can you be thankful for . . .