Archives for November, 2016

Rule of Turkey

The best part about the holidays is that, while you may spend all day cooking, the leftovers will last you for days – especially the uneaten turkey. Leftover turkey is the delicious aftermath of a wonderful feast. It’s turned into sandwiches, baked into pot pies, nuked in the microwave or just eaten plain out of the fridge. With this in …

Fall Foods for Glowing Skin

Autumn is my favorite time of year. As pool days and flip-flops make way for bonfires and scarves, I can’t help but revel in the excitement of it all; holiday cheer, family reunions and comfort food are back again! Though bikinis and sunscreen are long behind us, caring for your skin as temperatures drop is no less important. Here are …

Holiday Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy

by Sarah G. Mason   Even if you’re normally healthy as a horse, pregnancy weakens your immune system and can make you – and the little guy inside – more susceptible to food-borne illnesses. Though the holidays are filled with merry gatherings and fancy feasts, there are a few specific foods to add to the no-no list. Here are a …

From Halloween to Thanksgiving: Transform Your Decor!

by Kristy Wyatt If you’re on a budget or just want to change up your Thanksgiving décor, old Halloween decorations are your answer. Use Halloween decorations to create a fresh Thanksgiving centerpiece, to save time and money, and to turn your boring tables and mantles into a masterpiece. Neutral is the new…orange? Look through all of your Halloween decorations to …

How To Be An Effective Business Leader (And Not Be a BLEEP!)

Poor leadership skills cause discord in the workplace and can negatively impact a company’s bottomline and employee morale. Often we see other people as “the problem” when we should be looking at ourselves in the mirror. HOW NOT TO ACT LIKE AN ASSHOLE AT WORK by international business consulting expert, Melissa Davies, delivers examples and lessons on how to create …