Cable TV still has some great shows, but you no longer need to pay through the nose to get them — not when you can cut the cord.
But with no cable how can you access TV shows and movies? If you're determined to do so, your family still can watch thousands of TV shows and movies. Here is some info on "life after you cut the cord."
Are you excited?
Of course, Spring is here and we are planning and getting geared up for a season of fun and adventure!
We've set up the tent, enjoyed time by the fire, laughed so hard it hurt, and now we are all settled in to fall asleep to the music of the nighttime sounds. Then it happens.
The calm is gone and panic sets in.
If you found out that someone you loved was doing something that just has been shown to cause cancer, would you rush to tell them?
If all they had to do was stop using it, would you urge them to stop?
Yes, there is much that surrounds us in this day and age that may be cancer-causing, but wouldn't you at least TRY to avoid or stop those things you KNEW may kill you? Well I want to tell you something...
Spring is here...that means more time spent walking and enjoying the woods.
Living in the mountains for the past few years, one special love was to take quiet time walking through the woods.
Time alone hiking or walking the trails, lets you experience a calm, a sense of wonder and rejuvenation.
But along with all the beauty of nature, comes a threat.
We all love when the weather turns warmer and we have the opportunity to spend more time out in the fresh air and sunshine.
But more and more children are not found running around outdoors playing ball, they are spending more time inside,
at the desk, and sitting in from of TV's!
Who eats salmon? Well just about anyone that you ask will say, "ME! It's good for you."
And sure, I will answer the same way. For all we hear about is how, of all the different types of fish, salmon has received the most praise for being a nutritional marvel.
It is one of the most nutritious types of fish you can eat. It supplies iron, zinc, niacin, vitamin B6, B12, in addition to a whole host of other nutrients you need for good health.
So WHAT do I need to WARN you about?
Thirteen cases of Candida auris (C. auris), a serious and sometimes fatal fungal infection that is emerging globally, have been identified in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Seven of the cases occurred between May 2013 and August 2016 and are described today in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). The other six cases were identified after the period covered by the report and are still under investigation. Read more, CLICK HERE to visit the CDC page.
Why does the word "fat" make everyone nervous?
Immediately they begin to think of the extra bulge they have around their waist or thighs. Fat has gotten a bad rap over the years and I am hear to say that I like fat, especially the "good" fat.
Certain fat has been wrongly suggested as food that we should avoid and can do harm to our health.
I can remember reclining in the lounge chair, applying the baby oil and roasting like a chicken in the heat of the sun. Ahhh, young and dumb. We should know better, right? Well, if you are suffering from too much sun, here are "3" things that I have found that give you some relief.
Wake. Work. Eat. Sleep.
Is that all there is?
Hopefully not. With Spring now enticing plants to bloom, birds to build nests and bringing relief from the winter cold -- it is time to reap the health benefits.
Even if it is only a half hour walk or lunch break outside, doctors agree, you need to get in the sunshine.
Here are 5 reasons why...
OK, so you are in the pool enjoying the sun and this guy comes over to you and states, "I just peed in the pool." Does that statement bother you? Of course!
As we love to seek relief in the pool this summer, beware of those public pools and hot tubs.
Thinning hair - the words make us cringe. After all, your hair is one of the first things people notice about you. It can be caused by several things, such as stress (none of that you say?) or thyroid and hormone issues.
So after talking with the doctor and getting prescriptions for harsh chemicals, what else can you do?
Here are some natural alternatives that may help.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale (a combination of wheat and rye). This protein acts as a "glue" in foods such as cereal, bread and pasta, helping them hold their shape.
So "why" are so many eliminating gluten from their diet?
It is estimated that around 18 million people in the US have some form of gluten intolerance
which can cause MANY symptoms such as bloating, gas, diarrhea, fatigue, abdominal pain, painful muscles and joints, headaches and skin rash.
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