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Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Everything You Need To Know About Food Pairing But Were Afraid To Ask!

Food pairing uses science to combine different foods into new and more interesting combinations based on their flavor compounds.  Not every combination that they come up with is something that you would want to eat (like bananas and ketchup) but it is a jumping point to start chefs and home cooks thinking about the possibilities out there.

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Food Allergies and You - An Introduction

Were you recently diagnosed with a food allergy and don't understand anything the doctor said? Here is your diagnoses explained in simple terms....

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Clean Out Your Pantry - Improve Your Health

Are you ready to change your diet for the better but your cabinets are full of junk food and sugary snacks? Is the thought of cleaning out your pantry making you feel overwhelmed? Here is a 3 step processes to cleaning out the junk food and improving your health!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Beginner's Guide to Gluten-Free Shopping

Are you wheat-intolerant or have a wheat allergy but don't know where to start when it comes to grocery shopping?  Do you have Celiac Disease but get lost in the sea of shelves at your local grocery store or health food store?  Well, don't worry – I'm here to help you!

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Flying with Food Allergies - Tips and Tricks for Dealing With Food Allergies On An Airplane

you don't have to sacrifice your fun in the sun for your food allergies. With some careful planning and preparation, you too could be sitting out on the beach, drinking a mai-tai, and people-watching to your heart's content.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
"Around The World" Party Theme Brings The World Home To You - International Travel Party Ideas

Do you dream of traveling the world but can't seem to be able to do it because of kids, house, work, and other grown-up responsibilities? Host a dinner party or birthday bash with an international theme instead!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Feeding a Crowd - Cooking For a Large Group Without Losing Your Mind

Are you hosting your family's Christmas Eve dinner at you house and you don't know what to cook? Maybe your husband invited his whole office over for a "little celebration" and you're feeling a bit overwhelmed? Well, don't worry! With a little planning and patience you too can cook for a crowd without going insane. Here's how!

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Pregnancy 101 - Managing Your Morning Sickness

A few tips for managing your morning sickness without affecting your busy life.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How to Eat Organic on the Cheap - Sourcing Inexpensive Organic Produce

Just because something is labeled "organic" doesn't mean it has to expensive. With a little determination and investigating, you too can lower the cost of your organic grocery bill.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Eating Out With A Food Allergy - A Quick Restaurant Guide

Living with a food allergy is quite manageable as long as you stay home...but that isn't always possible, is it? Here are 6 easy tips on how to manage eating at a restaurant with a food allergy.

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Business & Money
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Cheap Eats - Eating Healthy While On A Tight Budget

Doctors tell us that it's important to eat healthy food – grains, dairy, protein, fruits, and vegetables – the building blocks of life.  Most patients head straight for the grocery store with good intent…but then they see the prices and the sticker shock hits.

Home & Garden
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
When Should I Take My Pet To The Vet? - A Guide to Determining if Your Cat / Dog's Condition Requires A Trip to the Veterinarian's Office

New pet owners are a lot like new parents – the slightest cough or sniffle of their new "baby" sends them running for the doctor's (or vet's) office.  Most times, these maladies are minor and not something that required an office visit, resulting in wasted time and hundreds of dollars in vet bills.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Inexpensive and Easy-to-Find Gluten-Free Substitutions

A list of gluten-free substitutions that are not only easy-to-find but inexpensive too!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How To Plan A Group Picnic In 6 Easy Steps

Group picnics are a great way to get family, friends, and even coworkers together for a day of fun in the sun.  But of course, these large get-togethers can't just be thrown together.  Group picnics require a little preparation and organization to ensure that the day of fun runs without a hitch.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
A New Twist to an Old Game - Rethinking Your New Years Resolutions

For the last decade or so, New Year's Resolutions have become extremely self-centered. "I'm going to lose 40 lbs.", "I promise to declutter the house.", "I want to learn a new language." How about giving your New Year's resolutions a twist this year and do more for your fellow man?

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Dealing With A Picky Eater - 9 Things To Do When Your Kid Doesn't Want To Eat

All parents have had to face a picky eater at one time or another. What can you do to ensure that your child get the nutrition that they need without driving you crazy?

Business & Money
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Career Planning for the Stay-at-Home Mom

A few tips for staying marketable in the workforce while staying home with the kids.

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How to Have The Best Staycation Ever - It's All About Variety

Thanks to state of our economy and high costs, many people are considering a "staycation" as a viable vacation option this year.  What is a staycation?  That's where you decided to stay home instead of traveling to some far off location and spend some time exploring your local region.  This can save you some serious money and stress – no $150/night hotel bill, no getting lost trying to find the airport, and no rental to have to return.  Sleep in your own bed, eat from your own kitchen, and drive your own car!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Inexpensive but Unique Valentine Gift Ideas - Cheap Valentine's Day Ideas

Are you dirt-poor but still want to give something special to the love of your life on Valentine's Day? Here are some great inexpensive but unique gift ideas for Valentine's Day!

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