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Yoga for Health

April 27, 2010 Pearl 0

Y I once enrolled in a Yoga Class in my office. It was a different kind of experience, and though I haven’t enrolled yet for this year, I really plan to enroll again, because I’ve felt the benefits of making yoga a part of my everyday routine.  My motivation then on why I decided to enroll was due to my heart problems, I always get palpitations which have caused me a lot of worries. When I started attending the yoga classes, I immediately felt the difference in my breathing, and I was able to manage my palpitations, and I also Read More

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Salad Dressing Details

April 27, 2010 Pearl 0

Discover what ingredients go into your favorite salad dressing: Thousand Island – mayonnaise mixed with catsup or tomato sauce, chopped onions, pickle relish or chopped olives, and sometimes chopped hard-boiled eggs.Ranch – Sour cream-based dressing flavored with Worcestershire sauce, chives, parsley, celery seed, and garlic.Caesar’s – mayonnaise-based dressing flavored with garlic and anchoviesBlue Cheese – crumbled blue cheese blended with cream or a basic French dressing.French – also called vinaigrette, it is a basic oil and vinegar combination that is seasoned with salt, pepper, lemon juice or vinegar, and herbs or spices.Italian – vinaigrette seasoned with garlic, oregano, basil, dill, Read More

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Kids Simply Love Bananas

April 27, 2010 Pearl 0

I Instead of throwing away bananas when they get really ripe, freeze them in a resealable plastic bag. Ripe banans are very sweet and you can make great treats with these:  Insert a popsicle stick before freezing to make a “popsicle”. Cut frozen bananas into small chunks and stir into hot oatmeal. They melt quickly and cool cereal to the right temperature while adding a yummy banana flavor. Pop a few in a blender with some milk or yogurt and maybe some chocolate syrup for a delicious smoothie. You can also thaw them in your microwave for banana bread or Read More

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Please Allow me to Rant

April 26, 2010 Pearl 4

Remember my post on the vehicular accident that we had last Easter Sunday?  The lady-driver of the vehicle who hit our van is giving us a hard time.  After the accident, we waited for her to contact us, but one week has passed and we still didn’t receive any call/text from her.  So, we decided to find her house, using the address indicated in her driver’s license.  We had difficulty locating her house and we almost gave up.  But, finally somebody was able to point us to her house.  When she realized it was us,  I  saw the surprised look Read More

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How to Travel with Baby in Tow

April 25, 2010 Pearl 0

A quick way to destroy a perfectly planned (and much deserved vacation) is discovering you’ve forgotten something. But it’s easy for grown-ups to replace or shrug it off and move on. It’s a bit more complicated if it belongs to your child. Here are some tips to make sure you don’t forget anything that belongs to baby in your next trip:  Bottle Sterilizer Call ahead! Most resorts or hotels provide guests with bottle sterilizers or perform the service in their kitchens, but you need to be absolutely sure. If the resort where you’re going does not have the facilities to Read More

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