Wellness

What is the Glycemic Index (and Why Care)?

Did you know there’s a scale that measures how food affects your body? The Glycemic Index is a listing of all carbohydrates, and each one is assigned a number from 1 to 100 which corresponds to how high they raise blood sugar levels when eaten.

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9 Great Reasons to Stop Eating Sugar

Sugar has been a big part of most people’s lives since they were young children.  It is one of the most common things in everyone’s pantry, but research is showing that we have to use some restraint in consuming it.

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Is the Flu Shot Really a Good Idea?

It’s flu shot season, and as always, this controversial topic rears it’s ugly head. The problem is though, it can take weeks to get rid of the flu, and to many it can even be fatal.

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Home & Garden

Large Decorative Flowers – Yes? or No?

Large decorative flowers can look captivating, and I took some time yesterday to admire the large floor and table bouquets that were being displayed in a nearby decor store. I have always shied away from these, as in the past, I have opted for more subtle decor.

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Fast, Easy and Flavourful Appetizer

I’m always on the look out for something new and exciting in the way of an appetizer.  I mean, isn’t it true that after a while we all get bored of the same old, same old?  You know, life goes on … even after the thrill of eating is gone … or something like that!

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6 Herbs to Plant for Spring

I like to think of Spring as a time for new beginnings, great moods, sunshine, children’s voices laughing in the wind, sparkling ocean waters and new growth of all things green … and this includes herbs.

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Travel

What is a Cruise Really Like? Read This!

Kind of like a “sampler”, cruises offer a very unique opportunity to get a “snapshot” of different destinations, so the traveller can decide if they want to return and explore further on a lengthier visit.  

Experience the Fun and History of Salem, MA

One of the things that is glaringly obvious when spending time Salem is the history. It surrounds you.  It is truly like walking into another era.  Most of the buildings in Salem, I’d say up to 80%, were built in the 1700s and 1800s.  Fascinating for sure.  Beautiful for sure.  

Harry Potter World at Universal Hollywood

A trip to Los Angeles is not complete anymore without a visit to Universal Studios Hollywood and Hogsmeade at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The books and imagination of J.K. Rowling really come alive and are a must see for any fan!

The Haunted Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles

In the early-1900s, the Alexandria Hotel hosted many celebrities and dignitaries including Theodore Roosevelt, King Edward the 8th, Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and Rudolph Valentino, to name just a few.  

The Last Bookstore in Downtown LA

The Last Bookstore is two levels and 22,000 square feet of fabulous for any book lover and it is a sight to behold!

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