Like most Americans, the Coronavirus has upped our TV viewing time, but only a few shows have made our "must see TV" list. We should write another blog with a full list of recommendations, but the latest show that our entire family enjoyed was "World's Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji" on Amazon's Prime TV network.
We started planning our family New York trip only thinking about Manhattan. Neither kid had yet traveled to the U.S.
Still looking? Still weighing the pros & cons of various gifts? Still trying to find SOMETHING for that special or not so special someone ? That's where we come in.
You don't like vegetables you say? We dare you to NOT like these...assuming no disdain or allergy to tomatoes or flavor!
Let's get cooking!
This recipe can't be messed up. Really. Truly. Use more or less of the ingredients. Just ensure that you have a caramelized, or near caramelized, effect at the end of the cooking time.
Crossing the finish line of any marathon for the first time requires physical and mental conditioning. There's physical fatigue, the mental highs of pushing past psychological limitations, and the sheer excitement of feeding off competitors and a crowd. It is just this sort of physical and mental prep that are also required to be an accomplished salsa dancer.
Taipei is “China-light”--smaller city, fewer people, cleaner air and a slower pace. It’s a great first-step for traveling to a Chinese-speaking region without the hustle/bustle of Hong Kong nor the hassle and cost of getting a visa.
Long-haul flights (think 8+ hours) seem to hold power over the clock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. When will it end? How can time move so slooooowly? Between the lack of space to sprawl out and limited options for longer periods of body movement, all hope seems lost for any form of activity. But, fear not. Yoga saves the day!
Finding the right gift can be the key to one's heart...at least for the moment!
Most folks know the basics of arriving prepared for a Hot Yoga or Bikram Yoga class. Jake Goertzen, is a Bikram Yoga certified instructor who has been teaching for 9 years and expounds below upon the “shoulds” of being a good yoga practitioner and yoga citizen.
Editor's Note: This is a special guest post from Maggie Hadleigh-West. Her byline is at the end of the article
21 is no fun.
I am barely 5"3", my hair is thin and straight, I have almost no hair on the outer thirds of my eyebrows. I'm prone to being slightly overweight. My palms are yellow, my fifth digit is shorter than it should be and tips of my fingers are purple-ish. These are classic signs of an illness.