This is the best make ahead appetizer going! You can make up the rolls, freeze until semi firm, slice and keep frozen until you need them for up to 3 months! Freeze in tightly sealed zip bags. Ready whenever you are. Makes 40 pastries. Print Artichoke and Spinach Swirls Author: Nancy Jaworski Recipe type: Appetizer Ingredients […]
Whether you’re a busy professional, a multi-tasking stay-at-home mom, or an overload student, here's five easy ways to add minutes to your morning routine.
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By Chad Rubel When it comes to getting kids to exercise, children are no different from adults. If it’s not fun, they don’t want to do it. However, according to the American Obesity Association, Washington, D.C., about 15.5 percent of adolescents (ages 12 to 19) and 15.3 percent of children (ages 6 to 11) are […]
Arts and crafts are both rewarding and relaxing, and they are great for stress relief. Likewise, a good night’s sleep is also vital to one’s health and wellbeing. The practice of placing certain herbs and scented sachets under pillows has been used for centuries to promote a restful night’s sleep. For instance, lavender is considered […]
Whether you’re looking for a new job, or just need to look a little more professional at your job and want to update your hair and makeup, consider these business-friendly tips. You don’t have to chop off all your hair or retire all your favorite makeup to find your best office looks. 1. Neutral Love Neutrals […]
By Marsha Friedman Small businesses have made a huge recovery since the economic crash in 2008, and that’s good news for all of us. Since we account for 63 percent of new jobs, our success puts people back to work. That, in turn, helps us even more – people with paychecks buy stuff! And here’s […]
“So what happened in December or January of last year?” my cardiologist at Piedmont Heart Institute asked. For me, it wasn’t just one thing, but many. It started with a trip I took with some friends to Little St. Simons Island in October of 2013. We spent our last day on the island bicycling in […]
For many folks in South Metro Atlanta, the name “Cronic” is a familiar one, seen frequently on the backs of numerous pick-up trucks, SUVs, and cars in the community. The owner and CEO of Cronic Automotive Group, Wanda Cronic Howell, is likewise a part of the fabric of our community, both as the well-known leader […]
A perfect fall or winter dinner! You can change up the recipe by using thinly sliced apples. Feel free to change up the vinegar, but always use good vinegar from Branch and Vine! Print Pear and Red Onion Pork Tenderloin Ingredients 2 pork tenderloin (about two pounds) 1 large red onion, sliced in thin wedges […]
We all have dreams. We all have goals. And we all encounter obstacles. In some cases, the barriers are external and unavoidable; from illness and family issues to loss of income or employment, life has a funny way of derailing even the best-laid plans. But, all too often, the most daunting obstructions come from within. […]
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It’s an unusually chilly Friday morning in early November when I pull into the parking lot of the café where I’ve arranged to meet Raissa Chandler. She’s the founder and leader of Southside Support, a not-for-profit organization for families with children who have special needs. Through Facebook groups, planned events, and regularly scheduled meeting at […]
By Bev Bennett After years as the bad guy of the food world, coffee is getting another look. And for those who can’t do without it, the news is positive. “This might be the one addiction we can take relief in,” says Roger Clemens, DrPH (Doctor of Public Health), a spokesman for the Institute of […]