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March 22, 2017
Kitchen Time Savers

Chop vegetables commonly used in meal preparation and store in the refrigerator for less than one week.  For example: onions, sweet peppers, jalapeños, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc. Bake several potatoes when baking another dish at 425F.  Baked potatoes, once cooled, can be cubed or shredded and stored in the refrigerator (or frozen […]

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March 22, 2017
Homemade Chicken Broth

Homemade Chicken Broth from a rotisserie chicken. Homemade broth is easy to make, tasty and good for you. It's not a pretty process. Looking at the pictures, you may even think it looks gross. However, the flavor of homemade broth is well worth the time and effort. A close friend of mine loves the flavor […]

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March 22, 2017
Issue 11 | March 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference Teaching Us How to Allow Love Life experiences lead us on a winding and twisting journey. We think we know where we are traversing, however circumstances crop up and, oftentimes, we go into unfamiliar territory. Natasha Botkin, the mother of two autistic sons, was a successful entrepreneur of a […]

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February 22, 2017
Hot To Cold Oils

The common elements that damage cooking oils are heat, oxygen and light. Storing cooking oils in a cool, dry, dark place will help prevent them from getting rancid and oxidize. A helpful hint is to purchase cooking oils and fats in smaller containers. There is a higher probability of the oils and fats becoming rancid and […]

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February 22, 2017
Herbal Flavoring for Smoothies

Enhance the flavor of your smoothies with these popular, and easy to grow, fresh herbs... Basil Adds a robust flavor in green smoothies Cilantro Adds a zip of spice in green smoothies Mint Accent fruit smoothies with a cool zest Rosemary Deepen the flavor of green, vegetable and fruit smoothies Thyme Boost the taste of nature […]

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February 22, 2017
10 Issue | February 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference A Head vs. Heart Centered Business It has been said that creative people dance to the beat of a unique drum. As self-confidence develops, they realize the rules of others don’t resonate with them, and a sense of freedom blossoms as they follow their passions. Reba Linker is applying, […]

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January 22, 2017
09 Issue | January 22, 2017

On the Cover Making a Difference In Life, Be the Director of Your Own Movie “I've been writing my whole life,” Debra said, “and putting it under the bed and hiding it. I didn't think of myself as a “writer”. I didn't think I had it in me. After I went through all of the […]

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January 22, 2017
Blueberry Pancakes

Morning Blues Is there a better way to start the day than with the morning blues? Blueberries, that is. For years I purchased various brands of boxed pancake mix with the belief that adding water, oil and an egg was the easiest, and least expensive, way to make pancakes. It was not surprising that most […]

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December 22, 2016
Taking Food Reactions Seriously

Imagine that one of your favorite cookies are peanut butter cookies, and one day while eating one (or two) with an ice cold glass of milk, you begin having an allergic reaction. Now, this reaction isn’t just your average run of the mill break-out-in-hives type, but an all-encompassing rash, heart rate acceleration, where your throat […]

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December 22, 2016
08 Issue | December 2016

Welcome to the December issue. We are concluding this year with grace and celebrating the spirit of 2017. This month we are exploring the intentions of resolutions, the reasons we procrastinate, and revisiting holidays of yester-year. Grab this issue and read about various elements for a healthier life and making choices to support a growing love of self. We hope you enjoy making the recipes our writer's shared with us. Our December cover is graced by Kate Clarke, Holistic Health Coach.

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November 22, 2016
Homemade Applesauce

There are few things that bring comfort on a chilly winter's evening like the flavor of warm, freshly made applesauce. It's easier to make than most people realize. I prefer my applesauce to be a bit chunky and with a hint of cardamon. Check out Apple Hints and Tips to ensure you prepare tasty apple deserts.

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November 22, 2016
07 Issue | November 2016

Katt Tozier, featured on the November cover, is Making a Difference One Indomitable Woman at a Time. Rachel Kieffer writes about one woman's story of healing. Peggy Nolan offers tips to de-stress the holidays, Ruthie Lewis reminds us our feelings are real. We witness the seasons with Jen Flick. Natasha Botkin shares how we sense our guidance, and Reba Linker writes about loving life. Jenn Ryan helps us to keep the blues away. In the Kitchen, find delicious recipes to satisfy your hunger.

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October 22, 2016
Herbed Butter

Do you enjoy the flavor of fresh herbs in your meals? Do you wish you could preserve the summer flavors into the colder winter months? Herb butter is great for sauteing vegetables, embellishing cooked rice and pasta dishes, seasoning chicken and pork, spread onto a slice of fresh baked bread, or melting on top of […]

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October 22, 2016
06 Issue | October 22, 2016

On the Cover Making a Difference One Marketing Foundation at a Time Marketing is either a grand opportunity to be creative or it's a daunting task that gets put off until another day. For many new and well established entrepreneurs, it's the latter. They see the value in it, but question if they are doing […]

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September 22, 2016
05 Issue | September 22, 2016

On the Cover Making a Difference One Peice of Art at a Time As a young girl, I was a creative thinker and writer. My third grade teacher at Taft Primary Elementary assigned my friend Heidi and I as class storytellers. Every week we were challenged to create a new story (or add to an […]

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August 22, 2016
04 Issue | August 22, 2016

On the Cover Making a Difference One Act of Self-Care at a Time The human touch has a healing quality unlike any other. It can bring comfort to someone feeling lonely, depressed, and sad. It has the power to release tension and calm aggression. It enhances joy, love, celebration and appreciation. It can also be […]

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