Jill is a small town kid, growing up just west of Lincoln around Emerald and Malcolm. She’s married and is an extremely proud Aunt. Jill spends as much time as she can at her nieces and nephews activities and taking them on adventures. When not at the kid’s sporting events and activities Jill loves to read, cross-stitch, shop for coffee mugs, and is working harder than she needs to trying to not kill her plants. She’s a huge Husker fan, and loves the Kansas City Royals and Atlanta Braves! Baseball and football season are the best times of year!
If you love the filling in Oreos, then Stuf Oreos are for you! Yes, that’s Stuf with one “f”. The newest addition to the Oreo franchise is said to have more creme filling than their Double Stuff cookies and people are loving it. The package of fatty goodness is said to be $3.00 a pack.…read more »
Don’t take this out of context, but according to a new study, if you want a stronger relationship, make fun of your partner. The University of Kansas’ Jeffrey Hall looked at relationships of 15,000 people over the course of 30 years through 39 studies and found that humor together is the key to success. He…read more »
Next time you have a cold and cough, you might want to try chocolate rather than cough syrup. A recent study shows that people who used chocolate to stop a cough were more successful than those who took cough syrup. And those taking the chocolate improved significantly faster than the syrup users. Scientists believe cocoa…read more »
This might confuse those New Year diet resolutions. What about this idea for a diet — a non-diet. What if you only ate when you were hungry and stopped eating when you were full? It’s called Intuitive Eating Principles. Dietitians have been promoting this way of eating since 1995. Advocates of Intuitive eating say that…read more »
You know the saying, “out with the old, in with the new?” At least part of that advice could be good for your mental health, possibly freeing you from stress and anxiety. According to Dr. Emma Wood, a licensed psychologist, decluttering is a great way to kick off the new year. She calls it a…read more »