If You Have More Than $1,500 in Your Checking Account, Make These 5 Moves

Congratulations on amassing $1,500 or more into your account!  It feels good to accomplish this.  No more checking your balances or hoping a check doesn’t process before your pay date. Now, it’s time to think about some mid to long term goals you’ve had for a while.  Using the SMARTER goal method, you want your…

Thanks to The Faces of Cincinnati!

Steve Garnder and I had the most quaint conversation about my life and the work I get to do as a community builder and personal growth and development specialist.  Thanks, Steve, for your time and attention to my story.  I especially enjoyed talking about my grandfather, my Master Coach, who worked in his 92 years,…

Merry Christmas Plus

Hiya, It’s been a long time since I’ve posted but I figured this is the perfect time to chime in! Merry Christmas to each of you! Many of you, like myself, took the Certified Community Nutrition Volunteer training and learned how to live a healthy life. This Christmas, my nonprofit company gave out $250 checks…

Health Benefits of Red Onions: 4 Ways Red Onions Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Thanks to one of our blog followers, Monica, we are sharing this post: The use of onions for medicinal treatment of illnesses related to bacteria, viruses, fungus, and chronic disease dates back to Egyptian healing practices recorded centuries ago. However, red onions deserve special attention because they are one of the best sources of cancer-fighting…

Meet Camielle, Not Your Average Gardener!

Last Wednesday, I visited Camielle who has a couple of garden beds and many buckets of seedlings!  It was worth spending a few minutes with her to hear how she grows vegetables!  One of her garden beds were made from cinder blocks!  Take a look at her new blog! She said it would be great to…

Monica’s Clean Eating List

Clean Eating Food List  Greetings Ladies, Some time ago I pulled and formatted a Clean Eating Food List. They are readily available on-line. I find it easier to deal with what I can have versus “don’t eat this”. Somewhere, I don’t know where, there is a swap this for that list. (That computer may have…