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Cure for the Emotional Hangover – a timely Repost

Why re-invent the wheel?  This post is as pertinent today as it was two years ago when I wrote it – no improvements required. As we move into the holiday season this week, here is a gentle reminder of ways … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Kitchen Girl

Throughout the last half of our 35 years together, Rick has referred to me as the Kitchen Girl.  He makes reference to my slaving away at preparing and cleaning up meals, of course.  He’s not a lot of help, but … Continue reading

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Minimal Living: 3 Lessons

While we were moving, I tried to cook with minimal tools.  I had some success as I attempted to use up all the things in my pantry and in my refrigerator before we made the big trip east. Surprisingly, I … Continue reading

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