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What’s it like working with my sister was kind of cathartic for me. Many of us know families in business and sorting out those “work” relationships from the “personal” relationships can be a challenge.
Teaching your kids about money gives you some ideas and tools to make better consumers out of your kids. I have taken some of my own advice, too!
Time is a precious thing reminds me to make the time to spend with family and friends. At the end of each year, I find myself putting more lunches and coffees with friends on my calendar because I get a little more sentimental.
A salad bar in every school is about a great program launched in the produce industry to encourage our youngest consumers (school-age children) to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. I think every one of us should find some way to help change the consumption patterns of the young.
I was afraid of Kale was a great excuse for me to introduce myself to a new veggie! I had never eaten a raw kale salad before, but once I tried it I was hooked! Recently I stir-fried some kale for dinner…and, although chewy, it was a nice break from the spinach I eat so much of!
Just last night, my good friend, Tina, sent me a text asking me why Pine Nuts are so high priced right now! I immediately called her and told her I would write my next blog about Pine Nuts! Also, I asked her to send me a story idea at least once a month, because it’s always a challenge to make sure my blog posts are relevant.
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Happy New Year!