12 Months of Happiness: Getting Started

by Rhonda Wylie December 22, 2015
This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series 12 Months of Happiness

  The holidays are here and this means the year is drawing nearer to a close. This is the time when so many people either have regrets or are optimistically looking forward to a new year and a fresh start. Perhaps, many of us experience the emotional tug of war of both possibilities. As for […]

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Home Gel Manicure – Easy, Cute, Affordable, and Time-Saving

by Rhonda Wylie November 2, 2015

Ladies love a good mani and/or pedi, don’t they? I’m certainly no exception. I have very thin nails that tend to break. In spite of taking vitamins and putting all kinds of products on my nails to strengthen them, they just won’t grow and break easily. Let’s face it, they are just ugly! I had […]

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Creamy, Dairy Free, Vegan Alfredo Sauce

by Krista Davis October 28, 2015

This creamy Alfredo sauce is amazing! It is easy to make dairy free, for a healthy vegan option. You will be surprised by the key ingredient: Cashews. Yes, this Alfredo is made with cashews! Due to breastfeeding, I had to be dairy free for the first 6 months of my son’s life, until his intestinal […]

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Cleaning Out the Blog Clutter

by Rhonda Wylie September 11, 2015

9/23/2015 Update: The blog maintenance is complete for now. We have not done all the changes to layout of the site that we would like to do, but with all the trouble we ran into with just doing necessary upgrades, we have decided to postpone the cosmetic changes for now. The good news is we will […]

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Homemade Sunscreen

by Krista Davis July 28, 2015

Proper  sunscreen use is important, but having my  breast feeding infant son led me to be even more diligent about using natural products, including sunscreen. I found out that components of chemical sunscreens (absorbing and converting sunlight) are damaging to the skin, and are absorbed and passed to babies through the  breast milk. I refused to put harmful substances […]

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Checking Out the Local Gym For Group Exercise Classes

by Rhonda Wylie March 29, 2015

A gym membership might be a great way to get healthier and socialize. Recently, I was actually searching for some topic on cycling and ran across information on a local gym. It was called “Tracy’s Fitness” but the location was in a sports center in my home town. Yes, I admit, I am a home body […]

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All It Takes is 20 Minutes

by Rhonda Wylie November 23, 2014

Are you one of those people that makes excuses about why you can’t work out? Well I certainly had my share of excuses. Not anymore! What I’m about to tell you is going to totally change how you feel about exercise. Recently, I was sitting in my house working on my computer, as usual, and […]

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10 Steps to Solve Any Problem

by Rhonda Wylie October 2, 2014

We all have problems from time to time, right? Some are little problems and some are big problems. Well, how many of you go about trying to solve your problems in a methodical and logical way? Perhaps you are one of those people who throws your hands into the air and makes a mountain out of a […]

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Sweet Potato Chili

by Krista Davis September 20, 2014

I’m always looking for ways of adding more vegetables into our diet, this one-dish sweet potato chili is an easy way of doing that. Ingredients: 1 lb. ground turkey 1 medium white onion, chopped 3 large garlic cloves, minced Salt and pepper to taste 10 oz can diced tomatoes and chilies (I like Hot Rotel […]

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Whole Wheat Cinnamon Banana Bread

by Krista Davis September 15, 2014

  I needed a way of increasing my whole wheat consumption without adding sugar to my diet; solution, Whole Wheat Cinnamon Banana Bread. This bread is moist, packed with a cinnamon sugar (stevia) flavor, and easy to make. I have created two recipes for this bread, one that is 100% organic whole wheat with no […]

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