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Upgrade Your Classic Hot Cocoa

Dec 30, 2021 — There are not many things that can perk you up on a cold and rainy day than a cup of creamy hot chocolate. This delicious beverage can be traced back to the Mayan and Aztec civilizations in which they consumed chocolate drinks made from roasted cocoa seeds mixed with spices like chili and achiote or... Read More

Do You Need a COVID-19 Booster Shot?

Dec 30, 2021 — Studies show after getting vaccinated against COVID-19, protection against the virus and the ability to prevent infection with variants may decrease over time. CDC recommends everyone ages 18 and older should get a COVID-19 booster shot CDC’s recommendations now allow for this type of mix and match dosing for booster shots. Bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record... Read More

Lego Fun

Dec 30, 2021 — The word Lego is taken from the Dutch for “play well,” which is leg godt. The word is now synonymous the whole world over for a toy which everyone loves to play with – old, young, boy or girl. Many people own or have owned a bucket of Legos in their childhood. There’s no denying the... Read More

Stickers are a part of everyone’s life—regardless of age!

Dec 30, 2021 — There are endless amounts of stickers to collect! One of the most common “sticker” collections are actually stamps—which are considered to be the first stickers. Stickers can be a delightful form of self-expression. They can be funny, crazy, thought provoking, silly, or intelligent. Stickers can be used as way for you to proclaim your views... Read More

Get Involved: Donate Blood. Save Lives.

Dec 30, 2021 — The need for blood, plasma, and platelets donations are constant. Each day, the Red Cross must collect nearly 13,000 blood donations for patients at about 2,500 hospitals nationwide. This need doesn’t stop for the season, weather, holiday, or a pandemic. The Red Cross Blood Donor app or RedCrossBlood.org is a great way to find a... Read More

Tips for Creating Successful Resolutions

Dec 30, 2021 — Stick to 1-2 important goals. Having a laundry list of all the things you would like to change in your life can be overwhelming. Having a smaller list allows you to concentrate all your energy and focus on these goals. Once you achieve those goals, you can always set a few more! Be realistic. An all-or-nothing attitude... Read More

The Gift of Inner Peace and Less Stress

Dec 1, 2021 — There is a great need for peace in the world today. We can sometimes be captivated by violent and negative events shown in the media, but how do these unsettling situations affect peace on a local or individual level? Do you need more peace in your life? Many people would answer yes. Creating peace in... Read More

8 Ways To Reuse Holiday Wrapping Paper

Dec 1, 2021 — Cut out snowmen, snowflakes, bells, or ornament shapes. Glue the shapes on card. Add a string and hang them as seasonal decorations. Fold wrapping paper lengthwise. Cut out the shape of a tree, where the edges are touching the folds. Unfold the paper to reveal a chain of fancy trees. Cut out abstract shapes and... Read More

Overcome Your Winter Blues

Dec 1, 2021 — Did you know… 50 to 60 percent of Americans are affected by winter blues? This loss of happiness is known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). There is a broad spectrum of symptoms that can be attributes to the shift in attitude that may include restlessness, insomnia, weight gain, and sadness. Here are a few things... Read More

Winter Wellness Tips

Dec 1, 2021 — Instead of picking up a cup of hot chocolate to keep yourself warm, try an herbal beverage. The cold air and indoor heaters can dry out your skin. Make sure to drink at least 8 glasses of water each day and use moisturizers throughout winter. Buy some indoor plants to soften up the dry atmosphere... Read More