EDITOR'S NOTE: Angela Shelf Medearis runs a non-profit social services organization in Austin, Texas, that has been swamped during the COVID-1…

We're all starting to slowly ease back into our former home, work and social routines guided by new health and safety restrictions. Many of us…

The unrelenting barrage of bad news and stress can have a negative impact on both your body and your mind. Need a boost? According to recent r…

Memorial Day is a federal holiday created to remember those who died while serving our country. Because of the battle we are currently waging …

During these uncertain times when so many are ill, have lost their jobs and are frightened about what the future may hold, it's easy to feel h…

I've always been a firm believer in the power of a well-stocked pantry, and one of the main staples in my pantry has always been a variety of …

Whether you've been hit with lockdowns and quarantines, work and school closures, bad weather or power outages, or you just need to stock your…

My late husband, Ted sr. was a meat cutter for over 25 years. Believe it or not, he wore the same work boots for all those years.

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If you’re planning to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day holiday at home, you are part of growing number of Americans who like to commemorate the…

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For several days now, my mind has been on dogs.

Animal protein staples in America have traditionally been beef, pork and poultry. Until now, that is! American consumers are warming up to goa…

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I can’t imagine who doesn’t know what Murphy’s Law is. But my niece didn’t know what a hand-held can opener was. I’d better review Murphy’s Law.

Mr. Palmer was my literature instructor at junior college. But honestly, there were times when he sounded more like a philosophy guru. In thos…