The hottest restaurants, the best museums, the latest trends: City living puts the good life at your fingertips. But with those perks often come long commutes, even longer work hours, cramped living quarters, and hectic schedules, all of which can ma... Read more
This is just a short history of the disappointments and setbacks Abraham Lincoln was faced with in his life. It’s important to know he bounced back after each of these hurdles to learn something and grow from the experience.
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Cheers to a boy who didn’t know any better.
Cheers to a man who didn’t let a little thing like reality stand in his way.
Cheers to a self-taught musician whose creativity and skill is the stuff of legend.
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Does your favorite restaurant serve piles of tempting foods on platters rather than plates? Are the biggie-sized meals at fast food restaurants trapping you into overeating? How do you deal with a bountiful breadbasket? Eating out is fun and relaxing... Read more
Going out to eat can be fun, easy and a wonderful way to celebrate an achievement or catch up with friends. But do you find yourself getting anxious just thinking about dining out knowing how many dishes are loaded with calories? Although your woes a... Read more
Thought I was making a healthier choice on the way to work as I got a large orange juice (I hardly ever drink juice). Guess that wasn't the best option. 250 calories and a lot of sugar. Grrrrr...... Read more
Hello, can anyone name for me some good healthy store bought snacks that don't cost a arm and a leg please? I would really appreciate it, for example trail mix is one of my favorites and I substitute chex mix for chips,(When I can afford it.) LOL!... Read more
I have a Food On The Go Pocket Guide that fits in my purse, A guide to making wise choices when eating out.It lists restaurants , healthiest food at that restaurant and calories, fiber etc.I also try and look at this book and a menu before getting t... Read more
Cincinnati has chili and Chicago has its own special style of pizza. In the early 1940's, people enjoyed pizza as a snack and not as the main course of their meal. Restaurant owner Ike Sewell desired to change that and in the process started what... Read more
Recently Health Magazine created a list of the 100 largest quick-serve chains in America. "Largest chains" was based on the number of locations throughout the nation. An expert panel consisting of Registered Dietitians, a physician and a certified nu... Read more
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