Sourdough tips and resources from a former skeptic

In typical fashion for me (ask how long it took me to listen to “Hamilton,” let alone become a lyric-quoting fan), it was months before I came around to experimenting with sourdough. My family had settled into a homebound routine, such as it was. I had plenty of flour and, finally, a little extra time.…

Back in the saddle: Britain’s new love affair with cycling

Don, polo player: ‘I am a member of the Cheshire Polo Club. When the self-isolation was introduced, I had to find alternate ways of practicing. One day, I got an idea to play stick and ball on my bike. It was hilarious! Not only was it a good laugh, but it actually helped my hand-and-eye…

How Reducing House Dust Improves Our Health

I want to take you with me on a journey into the world of the microscopic. A world within our world that the naked human eye can not see. It is nonetheless a world that impacts our lives dramatically. A world that is simultaneously terrifying and incredibly beautiful all at once. The recent drama of…

Chewy Coconut Pecan Granola Bars with Cranberries

Baby boy will be here any day now (the three of us can’t wait!) and other than furiously cleaning and re-cleaning my house, I’m trying to prep meals and snacks for us to have when we get home from the hospital. I didn’t do a whole lot of food prep before I had James and…

The BEST Summer Panzanella Salad

The perfect tomato + summer panzanella salad recipe using leftover bread and fresh summer produce for a refreshing appetizer or entree. Fun fact! I used to speak 4 languages. “Used to” are the key words here. In high school I decided I wanted to be a UN interpreter when I grew up but I couldn’t…

Want to comment on pending approval of COVID vaccines?

By Pete Bianco The FDA public advisory committee is having a meeting with the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee on December 17th. If you want to comment on pending approval of COVID vaccines, submit...

The Importance Of Home Care For The Elderly

Finding the right care for the elderly is vital but requiring care does not mean that they have to go into a care home. Home care can offer the same level of care but with a different approach, all of which ensures that the needs of the patient are met. With this in mind, why…

Lack of PPE & Unsafe Staffing Remain Issues at MVHS During Second COVID Wave

By Frank Murphy, President CWA Local 1126 Lack of PPE & Unsafe Staffing Remain Issues at MVHS During Second COVID Wave. UTICA - Healthcare workers at Mohawk Valley Health System’s hospitals, represented by the Communications Workers...

Journal Prompts for Finding Your Purpose

Does anyone else feel like there’s been a constant chatter, chaos, noise since March?! Every week there’s something new to care about and get fired up about. Here’s what I’ve realized: I can’t save the world. Can I get passionate about something? Yes. Can I get passionate about everything? No. This is something I’ve been reflecting…

[7 Gardening Hacks] How to Cut Very Long Grass

Cutting long grass is a tiresome job and takes a lot of time to get it to the right length. Well-maintained grass involves lesser time and less labor. But now that you already have your grass grown to unhealthy length, you have no option but do the trimming before things turn chaotic and costly. Grass…
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