Weekly Updates

15
Apr

Eat Your Vegetables!

  Did you know that adding a few vegetarian meals to your diet each week can help save energy and fuel and can even improve your health? Raising livestock increases greenhouse gases, uses a lot of water (cows can drink 50 gallons of water a day), and makes use of farmland that could be better used to plant crops.  

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15
Apr

Kick Up Your Coffee!

  As if your morning cup of joe wasn’t enough, now trending are add-ins to your morning brew. You just may get more out of your cup! Check out these trends:   Butter: Skip the toast and go right for the coffee. The folks at bulletproof.com tout the benefits of adding grass-fed butter or ghee to coffee for a slower

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15
Apr

Grip It, Rip It, and Put Your Body Into It

Many people focus on the smaller mechanics of using their irons to greatest effect. But sometimes, it’s about the bigger picture.   In order to get the most distance out of your irons, try to put your entire body behind the ball during your swing. Make sure you have a slight tilt to your shoulders, so your spine is angled

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15
Apr

Making a Tax Payment

It’s that time again. If you need to pay this year, the IRS makes it easy for you to make payments. In some cases, you may be able to make installments if you’re not able to pay the full amount on time. Here are some ways to pay that bill:   Direct Pay: You can pay your tax bill online

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15
Apr

Recipe Of The Week

Cauliflower Rice Pilaf Serves 6  Ingredients: 1 medium head of cauliflower 2 to 3 tsp. olive oil (you can use avocado oil as a replacement) 2 cloves garlic, minced ½ cup scallions, chopped ½ lime, zest and juice Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper ¼ cup toasted almonds (you can use pine nuts or walnuts) ¼ cup fresh chopped

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15
Apr

Quote Of The Week

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”   – Benjamin Franklin

15
Apr

The Q1 Earnings Season Begins

The Week on Wall Street Stocks broke out of a narrow range on Friday following news that two major banks grew their bottom line in the first quarter. For the week, the S&P 500 rose 0.79%; the Nasdaq Composite, 0.91%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average improved 0.50%. Turning to overseas stocks, the MSCI EAFE index declined 0.09%.[i],[ii],[iii],[iv]   The market

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8
Apr

Your Kitchen is So Smart

  Smart kitchens are smart because they work in connection with automated home technology (devices, apps, and the Internet) to help you manage energy and integrate your smart products. You can engage smart home assistants, such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, to help out too.   Smart lighting. No light switch needed. Turn on and off, dim, or automate

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8
Apr

Diet Soda: Risks and Replacements

Recent research from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology indicates that drinking even one diet soda a day can increase your risk of heart disease or heart attack by 35%. That one diet soda a day is probably not worth it. These drinks are also loaded with chemicals that are potentially carcinogenic and wreak havoc on your insulin

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8
Apr

Posture Makes Perfect

To get the most out of your irons, maintaining good posture throughout the swing is key. Try using this strategy many pros use for all their shots, including their irons:   Keep your right arm fairly straight on the takeaway. Make sure to use a shoulder turn and not just lift your arms. From the top, start down by pushing

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