I was given the recipe of all recipes to make super fast, easy bread, and I can’t wait to share it. This bread costs almost nothing, it’s fun to bake, and so much healthier than the store-bought bread spiked with high-fructose syrup.
Forget expensive bread machines: all you need is flour, rapid rise yeast, water, salt, olive oil, and voila — bread!
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By Marjie Killeen, Contributor – Midlife Wisdom
(See the intro to Marjie’s series here)
This year I’m being proactive and confronting the issues that come with middle age by having a creative midlife crisis. I’m hoping for all the excitement and…Continue
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Thank you to each of the mom bloggers out there who I don't know but together create a community of support. My story and Little Patient Big Doctor is profiled today on CNN.com. Part of the reason is the positive community of support we give each other. Seeing each of you succeed gives me strength to believe that my…Continue
Added by CatherineFin on March 8, 2011 at 1:24pm — No Comments
Author Jean Haner married into a Chinese family and her mother-in-law taught her everything she knew about the ancient art of face reading. After Jean realized that her mother-in-law was not just judging people but was, in fact, correct in her opinion of them, she continued her studies with notable teachers in the ancient Chinese principles of face reading. The ancient Chinese believe that your face reflects who you are, why you think, feel and behave…Continue
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Finally, days are getting longer and, though I hate the feeling of losing an hour, Daylight Savings time (March 13) means that there will be light when working out in the wee hours of the morning. Just enough to make those early bird workouts somewhat less painful. So, if like me, you are looking forward to hitting the pavement instead of the treadmill, we thought that you would enjoy these particular finds:…
Added by Audreyvp on March 3, 2011 at 5:04pm — No Comments
I do enjoy my workouts… the second they are over. Granted, there is a definite sense of pride and “I did good for my body today” feeling that follows a good workout. But somehow, that sense of achievement holds no reserve to motivate me for any subsequent workout. I’m on my own. Left to my own device, I would probably never exercise. And really, I only workout because I have to. I wish that I were one of those that could get lost in the endorphin…
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I'm so excited. My son is allergic to so many things and we've been through the wringer with him but he's doing so well. So, I wrote Little Patient Big Doctor: One Mother's Journey to share what we did that helped him so that other families can be helped also. I never imagined that writing the book would lead to radio interviews and interacting with so many wonderful people with such a wealth of knowledge. Here is a…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on February 14, 2011 at 2:41pm — No Comments
By Mrs/Dr. T, Snarky PhD Scientist and Guest Contributor
The media has done a pretty good job making sure EVERYONE knows that chocolate might be good for you. It’s hard to find a women’s magazine that hasn’t promoted this message, particularly this time of year when Valentine’s Day sends chocolate sales…
Added by Audreyvp on February 10, 2011 at 11:57am — No Comments
By Marjie Killeen, Guest Contributor
Although my 17 year-old son calls me a “Sexpert”, I’m definitely not one. I have no special sex training or credentials. But, during the last year of writing my column, “Sex & the Suburbs ” for MakeItBetter.net, I’ve interviewed many people…Continue
Added by Audreyvp on February 8, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Ready for this? I don't think that it is a school's responsibility to be nut free. I don't think airlines should be mandated to keep peanuts off a plane. I don't think it should be mandatory for restaurants to provide nut-free options or for that matter, egg free, dairy free, soy free or anything else- to which all my son is allergic. It's my issue and my responsibility.
It's certainly greatly appreciated and an act of goodwill when schools, airlines, restaurants and…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on February 7, 2011 at 10:31am — No Comments
Okay, so I encourage the importance of a partnership between doctors and patients. I figure if we can talk to our doctors, he'll know better what's going on with us and we'll better understand what he wants from us. We'll also be able to work together if we have all kinds of other ideas we're thinking of trying that he may not suggest- like using olive oil for that dry scalp instead of a medicated shampoo.
But could this closeness hurt the doctor? Go with me for a second.…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on February 3, 2011 at 10:15am — No Comments
Okay, this has to be one of the most important skills parents have up their sleeve. I have a child with asthma. In my case it's vital. If a kid panics, things just escalate out of control. So, any tricks we teach our children to stay calm can be life saving. You can read all about that in my book Little Patient Big Doctor.
Even if you are not dealing with asthma but have a child who is stuck on top of…Continue
Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on February 1, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments
My family was in for a major shock when we moved away from 16 years of living in the sunny Southwest to the Midwest with its grey winters. People were warning us that winters would be hard. Yeah, right. I was born in Montreal, I remember winters. Pfffft.
As we were visiting Chicago area homes in planning for our move, we scoffed at the particular homeowners that featured a closet with a standing tanning booth in it. “You’ll need this in the winter” they said. Yeah, right.…Continue
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The health benefits of incorporating Omega-3 fatty acids into our diet is nothing new. We have learned from other cultures that these fats are healthy. Some of these cultures such as the Inuit in Greenland eat as much as 40% of their diets in fat. However, these people have low rates of diabetes, heart disease and degenerative joint disease. The reason for this is their fatty diets are…Continue
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