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Sausage French Toast Roll-Ups

Sausage French Toast Roll-Ups — A Traditional Breakfast with a Twist

The same bowl of cereal can get boring after eating it for breakfast day in and day out. You may find yourself looking for something new and exciting to start your whole family’s morning off on the right foot. Kids can be picky … read more

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5 Ways to Celebrate and Support Honey Bees (Plus Recipe)

Did you know honey bees are responsible for over 35 percent of the foods you eat, as well as the honey you enjoy? Honey bees are vital to the health of the planet and to the food chain, as they’re necessary for pollinating … read more

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Recipe for Stuffed Bell Pepper Casserole

On weeknights, many families rush around trying to prepare for the next day. While these moments can be stressful, the silver lining of the evening is when everyone pauses to enjoy a perfectly cooked family dinner together. From tough homework assignments and soccer … read more

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5 Safe Pollinators and How to Attract Them to Your Backyard

You water, you prune, you fertilize. But you can’t pollinate. Pollination is essential for a beautiful garden, but it’s also important in the bigger picture of ecology. By welcoming pollinators to your backyard, you’re inviting them to stay in the area and support … read more

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Foil Packet Dinner Recipe for Busy Schedules

Finding time for a family meal during fall means navigating busy schedules full of school, jobs, social events and more. Squeezing in dinner together calls for an easy dish that takes less than an hour so you can catch up with loved ones. … read more

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Things to Know When Shopping for a Generator

Increasingly, consumers are turning to generators for power in emergency situations, because the world is unpredictable. In some areas, year-round weather challenges are now the norm and are no longer just confined to a season. “Consumers want and need reliable power. When the … read more

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A seven-inch RazorTooth folding saw is perfect for removing small or medium sized dead or diseased branches from shrubs and small trees in the fall. (Photo courtesy Corona-Tools)

Fall Landscape Care to Keep Plants and Pollinators Healthy

As the weather and gardens transition from summer to fall, it’s time to adjust your maintenance practices to ensure the health, longevity and beauty of your landscape. Proper fall care will increase winter survival, support pollinators and reduce your future workload. Continue watering as … read more

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How to Navigate Family Feelings About Returning to School

Whether it’s your child’s first day of kindergarten or the start of middle school, back-to-school season can bring a range of feelings — from worry to excitement — for the entire family. This year may be more emotional as many families spent the … read more

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Low-Maintenance Lawn Substitutes for Grass

Editor’s note: This post is brought to you by the experts at Angi, who specialize in connecting consumers with vetted pros, verified reviews and fair pricing for home projects and services. A well-kept lawn is one of the marks of successful homeownership; however, … read more

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