2011

Holiday Dinner Table Manners

Eat… sit… and be merry. Yes, it’s that time of year when we gather around the table and enjoy holiday dinner with our extended family. Joy right? Ahh, not so much, especially if you are stressed about your uncouth seven year-old son’s behaviour. Will he break bread or break wind, or worse, toss bread? Or pout about hating his gravy…

Are you a clean live-r?

By Theresa Albert, DHN, RNCP  nutritionist and founder or www.myfriendinfood.com Your poor liver never gets any attention; it is a total wallflower who just quietly takes what you have to dish out. Overlooking this gem is a big mistake because it supports you in more than 500 ways. You can’t live without it and living with a clean liver gives…

Dealing with Difficult People & Avoiding Conflict

Research shows that supportive relationships are good for our mental and physical health. However, dealing with difficult people and maintaining ongoing negative relationships is actually detrimental to our health.  It’s a good idea to diminish or eliminate relationships that are filled with conflict.  But what do you do if the person in question is a family member, co-worker, or someone…

10 ways to cut your grocery bill without clipping coupons

I’m obviously an avid coupon user however like most people I don’t have the time to organize and clip coupons all day. Using coupons is wise, no questions however spending hours at the grocery store to plan for extreme couponing shopping trip is another thing. I’m sure if you use coupons you will no doubtfully have seen the extreme couponing…

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