St. Patrick’s Day is synonymous with cheers of good luck, four-leaf clovers and of course, Irish food. However, in my house, we love to celebrate with shakes. The fizzy drink topped with creamy ice cream or frozen yogurt is something we can’t deny! But recently, we discovered a new […]
Mardis Gras is a celebration that dates back thousands of years. The English translation is Fat Tuesday, which refers to the tradition of eating richer foods the last day before Lent, when a time of fasting then begins. Today, our friends in Louisiana and all along the gulf coast celebrate […]
Multiplication, division, fractions, solar systems, living things, citizenship, different cultures and tradition- WHEW- third grade is HARD work! No one understands this more than Oakmont Elementary 3rd grade teacher, Leslie Pursley. Unfortunately, Mrs. Pursley noticed that many of her students were skipping lunch everyday due to distractions and lack […]
Lactose intolerance does not need to be a life sentence of a dairy-free diet. In fact, those who are lactose intolerant should reach for dairy foods first in order to ensure that they are receiving the important nutrients provided by milk, cheese and yogurt.
With these tips, you can stop […]
As the holidays fade to a distant memory, New Year’s resolutions often fall by the wayside. Workout gyms are packed the first two weeks of January, but look like a ghost town by the first of February!
Unfortunately, our best intentions often fail. But the GOOD news is that creating […]