wendy

18
Mar

Where’s My Recycling Really Going?

  You may be recycling items that are dirty and have multiple types of materials, which are difficult to separate. Even though you have good intentions, there’s a chance that the items you’re trying to recycle could be going straight to the landfill, since these items need to meet certain cleanliness and material requirements in order to be processed correctly

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18
Mar

Intermittent Fasting Benefits

Giving yourself a fasting period each day, plus a limited window of time that you do eat, may be seriously beneficial to your health. Intermittent fasting involves time periods in which you eat and alternating ones in which you don’t. For example, if you have your last meal of the day at 5 pm, and you don’t eat until 9

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18
Mar

Want a Longer, Cleaner Drive? Grab a Towel.

Unlike most of the clubs which require a downward hit on the ball for good contact, the driver requires an upward strike. Unfortunately, most amateur golfers do the opposite, catching the ball when the club is still moving downward – leading to pop-ups and less-than-impressive distance. This might sound a little strange, but this is when you go grab a

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18
Mar

Pensions and Annuities: What’s Taxed?

  Depending on the types of retirement benefits you receive, they could be taxable. Here are some basics:   Fully Taxable Payments The pension or annuity payments that you receive are fully taxable if you don’t have an investment in the contract because:   You didn’t contribute anything to your pension or annuity Your employer didn’t withhold contributions from your

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18
Mar

Fresh-Squeezed Lemon Cake Yield: 2 (8-inch) loaves   Ingredients: 2 sticks unsalted butter, use at room temperature 2½ cups granulated sugar, divided 4 extra-large eggs, use at room temperature ⅓ cup grated lemon zest (6 to 8 lemons) 3 cups flour ½ tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. kosher salt ¾ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice, divided ¾

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18
Mar

Quote Of The Week

“Never discourage anyone…who continually makes progress, no matter how slow.”   – Plato

18
Mar

Dow, S&P, Nasdaq All Rise

Weekly Update – March 18, 2019 The Week on Wall Street The big story last week was the sudden grounding of Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 passenger jets in dozens of countries. The financial effects of this ban could potentially impact the airline industry and segments of the economy for months.[i]   While the news created a headwind for

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11
Mar

Invisible Water Waste

  Food waste is often connected to water waste. That’s because producing, processing, and transporting our food requires a lot of water. Animals and crops need water to survive, so their water footprint is an important consideration when using the products they yield. Here are a few hypothetical examples to consider:   Tossing a quart of milk = taking 6

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11
Mar

You’re a Natural Beauty

Beauty products can be a source of toxic chemicals in your home you may not have thought about. Minimize the toxins with DIY, natural formulas to replace some of the products you’re using. Here are a few you can make with items you may already have:   Apple Cider Vinegar (to clarify your hair) Use ¼ cup of organic apple

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11
Mar

Putt Like the Pros

Next time you’re at your local course, take a glance at the putting green, and you’ll see an infinite number of different putting styles. Even with the “pros,” you’ll see thousands of different grips, stances, and even, putters. It’s natural to wonder why anyone putts the way they do with the “flat stick.”   That’s where the basics of great

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