Pad Thai

Pad Thai

Pad Thai is one of those dishes that draws people into experiencing Thai cooking. It’s a tasty beginner’s dish and it’s made with ingredients that are easily available and allows for mild, medium or spicy palates. Pad Thai can be served with Chicken, Shrimp, Tofu or Vegetarian Style. 6 Garlic Cloves (peeled and pressed) 1/4 C Fish… [Continue Reading]

Deals, Coupons and Saving Money!

Saving Money

Researching TrueCouponing has made me realize just what an amazing team of women are running this website. The originator of True Couponing is Kati, a mother of four who home-schools her children. She has a BS degree in Accounting and previously managed a multi million dollar payroll and fixed assets program for Baxter International Health… [Continue Reading]

Museum Day 2010

Iolani Palace

Smithsonian Media  is sharing it’s sixth annual Museum Day on September 25th, 2010. On this day participating museums around the country will offer free admission with a museum day ticket. The ”Museum Day Ticket ” will allow two guests per family free admission to one museum from the participating list of museums. If more than two people wish… [Continue Reading]

Money Saving Tips For Shoppers

$aving Money

With prices climbing and unemployment still high, saving money is a priority for most people. One excellent way to save money is with TrueCouponing.com, a website run by three women who started with the premise of saving their families money. They’ve dedicated themselves to sharing their knowledge and money saving expertise with others as their spiritual… [Continue Reading]

Product Review: Nippon Kodo Incense

Nippon Kodo Incense

    There are so many things to love about Nippon Kodo incense. I first of all love their light, natural aroma. I personally have tried the Ka-fuh in  Aqua and Hinoki and both are calming. These are  made with selected natural and organic ingredients. The Aqua scent contains cyclamen and primrose and leaves me feeling happy… [Continue Reading]

Saving Money On Fresh Basil/ Pesto Tomato Mozzarella Panini

Fresh Basil

Most of us make our own pesto these days and I’ve noticed as more and more people make fresh pesto the price of basil climbs at the grocery store. Many people grow basil in their backyards. I used to do that when I had a private back yard.

A Ting With a Sting

Ting

I recently had the opportunity to enjoy a new rum drink on the island of St. Kitts. While staying at the St. Kitt’s Marriott Resort I learned about a drink called “A Ting With a Sting.”I  tasted this island rum drink and I have to say I’m a fan. But I’m even a bigger fan of “A… [Continue Reading]

Downsizing Clutter Sanely

clutter

This is part two  in series on downsizing clutter. I admit the process of downsizing and removing clutter can be daunting. Yes, let’s be honest. Your clutter didn’t accumulate overnight and it’s not going to depart your house in one night either. It’s a step by step process. How can you  sanely downsize clutter and those excess… [Continue Reading]

Weekend Party Tips

Baseball Memories

With summer upon us and most of us working right up to the weekend we’re looking for simple, easy, affordable party ideas that make our party stylish and relaxed. Start With a Theme You Love Some of my favorites… The Beach This is offers endless opportunities and most of us can work from items we already have… [Continue Reading]

Downsizing Your Clutter

Cleaning The Attic of Clutter

This is part one of a two part series on downsizing clutter with a purpose.

Re-purposing Furniture and Thrift Store Finds

Giving New Life to Thrift Store Furniture

So many of us have items sitting in our garages and closets that we once loved or longer have the space for. Sometimes it’s simply a matter of our taste changing or our boredom with the same decor schemes year after year.

The Well Fed Writer: Special Feature on Peter Bowerman

writer

Three months ago I learned about Peter Bowerman and his book The Well Fed Writer. He has become a commercial freelance expert, with his experience, freelance history, ebook, ezine, seminars and teleseminars.

Part Two of The Best Work at Home Strategies I’ve Discovered

work from home

This is part two in a series of The Best Work at Home Strategies I’ve Discovered.

The Best Work at Home Strategies I’ve Discovered

DDFic Flickr Creative Commons

This is part one of a two part series on The Best Work at Home Strategies I’ve Discovered. 

The Delight of Cooking with Pineapple

Cut Pineapple By: The Bridge

With warm weather and grilling season upon us our minds naturally think of eating outdoors. Your guests will love pineapple recipes. One scrumptious pineapple recipe your guests will love is Grilled Pineapple. Cooking with pineapple is simple and enjoyable. This recipe offers a melt in your mouth taste of the islands with the juicy flavor… [Continue Reading]