Feb 04

Creating a Greener, Eco-Friendly Environment

Modern society is more concerned with the environment than any other society in the history of the modern Western world. Part of the reason why there is more concern about the environment and mankindā€™s impact on the environment is the fact that for the first time in history mankind has reached a level of technological …

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Jan 08

Owning a restaurant – The Menu Design

The Menu Design Owning a restaurant can be a fun career. You get to choose the kind of food that is served, the design of the restaurant and who you will hire as cooks and servers. One of the components that you get to create is the menu, which is perhaps one of the most …

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Dec 31

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to all my readers! (Paul, where arrreeee you!!!) šŸ˜‰ Do you know this is a leap year? Ā My resolutions for this year are:   Blog more Stress less Stop biting my nails Pass my PHR exam Perform more random acts of kindness Foster friendships Work with my husband to reach a goal …

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Dec 05

You might need emergency tree removal.

Taking Down The Trees At A Small Price Unless you live in an area with no trees, you will likely see that there are some in the back yard, across the road or right beside your home. There are times when you might need emergency tree removal so that none of the trees fall on …

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Nov 25

Attn: South Florida – FPL to reduce rates in 2016!

  South Florida! FPL will be reducing rates in 2016! You can go to the rate calendar hereĀ to see how much lower your bill will be in 2016. Now FPL, if only we could talk about the additional deposit you charge when your customers are even a day late paying their bill! If you don’t …

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Oct 22

Live like a Butterfly

On average, butterflies live about 2-4 weeks. I have been thinking a lot, about what it means to live your life with meaning, to live with purpose. What is my purpose? Then, I started thinking about butterflies. They are so beautiful yet their life is so short. It is so hard to think about what …

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Oct 22

When I leave this world, will I have done enough?

I wrote this a couple years ago, and reading it again, it still holds true today. Do you ever wonder if you will have done enough in your lifetime? I think about this alot. When it is my turn to go, and I allow myself to think about it, will anyone remember me? I know …

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Oct 22

In our garden – Basil & homemade pesto recipe

Something you should know about me…I love basil. love. I can eat it straight from the plant. Pesto, which is made with fresh basil in this recipe is delicious with pasta or spread on a cracker. If you don’t have a mortar and pestle you can also use a food processor. We bought ours at …

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Oct 22

In our garden – Lemon Cucumbers

Have you ever heard of or tasted a lemon cucumber? I have not, that is before Steve started growing them in our garden! They look like a lemon and taste like a cucumber! On the vine, they have small barbs that act as a defense mechanism that protect the plant from pesky bugs. This cucumber …

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Oct 17

This week’s thrift store finds

For those of you who don’t cook, like me, you may not know what this is. Steve does all the cooking and now has a collection of two. They are called mortar and pestles. Per Wikipedia, the mortarĀ is a bowl, typically made of hard wood, ceramic or stone. The pestleĀ is a heavy and blunt club-shaped …

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