Reading the News is necessary in order to stay informed with our community, but if you read the news every day it can become depressing. Sometimes you have to dig to find the good stuff. That being said, I noticed two great things yesterday.
Maybe you are feeling a little down in the dumps today because we are still a few days away from the weekend. Let me help you feel better with a grocery list of the top 5 foods to eat to improve your mood.
It's Valentines Day! I try not to like this holiday because I truly do believe it is a "Hallmark holiday." But yesterday I had so much fun at my kid's Valentines parties I may be changing my mind about Valentines Day. That being said, I've come up with a list of things your sweetie wants for Valentine's Day and a list of things she DOESN'T want.
If you wake up in the morning feeling well-rested, refreshed, and not-at-all groggy . . .you are lucky!
According to a new survey from Fraser Coast Chronicle, only 4% of people say they wake up feeling good in the morning.
No we are not talking about marriage! But there are a lot of things in life that seem fun and exciting only to find out that they are way out of reach or not nearly as fun as they seem.
We asked you what things seemed like a good idea but actually aren't and here are some of the answers we received:
You've probably seen articles on why drinking too much coffee is bad for you. But if you drink it in moderation . . . and you don't load it up with cream and sugar . . . coffee is actually GOOD for your health.
In fact, it has more antioxidants per serving than blueberries do, and it's the top source of antioxidants in the average American's diet.