Posts From the monthly archives: "October 2014"

I originally published this post in 2009. I think it is worth repeating (with a few changes) because from October through December is a challenging time of year for most of us. John, my hubby, and I were in Disney Land a couple of years ago. We rode a roller coaster called California Screamin’. It…(Read More)

The gluten-free movement seems to keep gaining momentum. It was supposed to be a fad. At least that’s what many thought years ago. However, a lot of people are finding that they feel better when they go gluten free. Are they sensitive to gluten or could it be something else? Gluten is a…(Read More)

I post about Halloween candy every year.  I’m all for Halloween candy – in moderation. I don’t keep any in the house. I avoid it when I can. Halloween candy, any snack-size candy really, is a “danger food” for me. I just can’t control myself around it – unless it is not chocolate…(Read More)

I’ve learned over the years I have to get enough good, quality sleep. If I don’t sleep well and long enough, the next day just seems to be shot. I have a hard time focusing and my energy levels just aren’t there. If I have a few days of poor sleep, I…(Read More)

(Photo from MyRecipes.com) Meal planning is one of those things that I have a love/hate relationship with. I *love* the results – of knowing what I’m going to eat for the week. However, sometimes I really don’t like taking the time and energy to plan and grocery shop. Last week, I planned…(Read More)

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