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Top 10 Things That Annoy Me
How to Plan an Adventure in 10 Easy Steps
Because of my work life and family life I don’t have as much time to go on adventures as I’d like, so when I do go, I want to get the most out of it. Ten years ago I took the whole family to Japan. I planned it and organized it myself, and it was…AWESOME! This year I’m going to Australia (I’m actually there right now!). And in the spirit of adventure, I thought I’d share my process of planning an adventure to help you plan your own!
10 Things I Always Knew Were Good for Me*
Growing up as I did around the world’s leading health experts, it’s hard not to get swept up in the latest fads. I had to develop an expert sense of my own. It’s called common sense. And it turns out my common sense has been proven to be correct over time by lots of scientific and medical research.
Ten Things I Have to Plant Every Year (no matter what)
Spring is a time to start over and try new things, but after 30 years of gardening, there are the tried-and-true that simply must be planted every year. This is my list.
Top 10 Things to Do with Tiny Meatballs
Two weeks ago I told you how to make tiny meatballs and freeze them. Now here are 10 easy things you can do with them.
10 Great Movies about “Women Finding Themselves”
I’m not sure that “Women Finding Themselves” is an actual official genre of movies, but I have to say, it’s my favorite unofficial genre. So here is my list, in no particular order of my favorite “Women Finding Themselves” movies
Top 10 Reasons to Avoid Processed Foods
Deciphering food label ingredients leads to unappetizing results. Take the innocuous-sounding castoreum, which is used to enhance the flavor of puddings, candies, and some frozen dairy desserts. You might be surprised to know that it’s derived from beavers…
10 Ways to End a Tough Year
Every once in a while, everyone has a bad year—whether it’s economic or tragic. Let’s just say I’ll be very happy to close the books on this one and start over again.
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now
Drawing on findings from leading health researchers as well as conversations with both chemical and organic farmers from coast to coast, Maria Rodale irrefutably outlines the unacceptably high cost of chemical farming on our health and our environment.Order Now