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Do You Want to Boost Your Metabolism?

By David Robinson

Christmas season is here and for most of us that means Plenty of food and hanging out with family and friends. Before we start celebrating, let’s all say a prayer for the people who have lost loved ones this past year. The year is ending on a very tragic note for some of our brothers […]

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Do You Want an Awesome Cornbread Recipe for Christmas?

By David Robinson

Awesome Cornbread Recipe! Need a delicious cornbread recipe for #Christmas dinner? Look no further. I stumbled across this recipe while going through my Twitter feed today. After checking out the ingredients and looking at the results, it looks like this will taste amazing. I’ve got to try it out. Let me know how you like […]

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Here are the 10 Busiest Airports for Families over Thanksgiving Holiday

By David Robinson

The #Thanksgiving Holiday season is a favorite time for people to get together with #family and it’s always a hectic time to travel. People all over the country will travel during the Holiday season. Some will go far, some not so far. This year, air travel promises to be tougher because of the recent attacks in France. […]

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Can Coffee Cups Influence Worship? Why Some Christians are Furious at Starbucks

By David Robinson

  Okay, let’s make sure I get this right. Some Christians are mad because Starbucks  isn’t serving their coffee in special Christmas coffee cups. What??? Have they read their Bible lately or is in a corner somewhere gathering dust? How did they come up with this idea? Most of them must have heard this theory and jumped […]

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Easy, Quick Guide to Eggs, and Why They Are Sky High

By David Robinson

  Egg Prices Wow! I couldn’t believe my eyes. Maybe you’ve noticed it already but I had no idea that eggs cost more than chicken. Yesterday while on a “groceries date” with the Missus (sometimes that’s the only way we get to hang out together), I happened to notice the price of eggs and it […]

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Amazing Facts About Kale, Hype or Superfood

By David Robinson

It’s 2016 and we know more about health and nutrition than ever before, We’re all concerned about eating healthy. Hardly a day doesn’t go by without hearing some news about the “new super food, “kale. What is kale and is it good for you? Kale wasn’t on the menu in my mother’s kitchen. She makes a mean pot […]

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Delicious Brown Bag Lunch Drinks

By David Robinson

Nothing finishes off a meal like a refreshing drink. Lunch is no different. When I was a kid, I used to buy an ice cold milk to go along with my sack lunch. Milk is good, but it needs to be cold. Keep reading to find out what types of lunch drinks are good for […]

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Fun, Festive and Inexpensive Fourth of July Party Ideas

By David Robinson

    Independence Day is probably the easiest Holiday to decorate for, especially if you’re on a tight budget. Who wouldn’t mind saving a few dinero right now? I’ve got just the thing for you, inexpensive Fourth of July party ideas. Decorating Ideas:   You can usually find red, white or blue paper tablecloths this […]

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Healthy Brown Bag Lunches for Work

By David Robinson

I have always liked taking homemade, healthy brown bag lunches to work. I enjoy the flexibility that comes with bringing lunch from home. Eating out every once in a while is okay, but the choices are usually the same, and that means fast food most of the time. A lunch made at home can be […]

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Very, Very Good Chicken Enchiladas

By David Robinson

  Photo Credit Pioneer Woman The other day I was going through my Facebook news feed, and I ran across a post that piqued my curiosity. One of my friends had posted an enchilada recipe that caught my eye. As I read the ingredients, it enticed me, drew me in; I could smell the enchiladas […]

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