Flying and zero waste in the same sentence is kind of an oxymoron. But, that doesn't mean we can't take strides to make it less wasteful. It's not about perfection; it's about making better choices. I will echo it again and again and again. My original travel post was great for a weekend t
How to Grill the Juiciest Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts
Chicken breasts are arguably one of the most difficult of the standard meats to grill—so often, they come out dry, chewy, and cardboard-y. But chicken breasts can actually be fantastic on the grill; it just takes a little know-how.
Tips on making counseling a success story
As I mentioned in the last article, April is Counseling Awareness Month. After being a counselor for more than 10 years and visiting with many people about counseling, I came to the conclusion a long time ago that when people think of counseling, they think of sitting or laying on a couch and talking to someone who constantly asks "how does that make you feel."
Warm February Concerning, But Fruit Growers Shouldn’t Panic
Spring appears to be arriving well before its official March 20 start date across almost the entire Southeast, from San Antonio to Atlanta to Washington, DC, and is likely to keep rolling north, already bringing surprising signs of spring to portions of the central Midwest and northeastern states. That’s according to a new set of scientifically backed maps produced by the USA National Phenology Network (NPN), which is led by the U.S. Geological Survey, showing just how unusually early spring is arriving in the U.S. According to NPN, spring is now making an appearance in coastal California, southern Nevada, southeastern Colorado, central Kansas, Missouri, southern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. And it’s rolling up across West Virginia…
Here is how the House GOP health care bill would affect employer
About half of Americans have insurance through work -- here's what the House GOP bill would do to them