March is National Nutrition Month. National Nutrition Month has been around since 1973 but it just seems to be another thing that gets ignored. At my Table, I am focusing on Nutrition this March and providing you with 10 Nutrition Tips for 2022 to make into lifetime habits.
February is National Reading Month and I bring you my annual Librarian’s best books. Since my sister is the librarian and she has a book blog I am having her join you as our guest blogger. This is a compilation of her best adult books and middle-grade books. Librarian’s Best Books in 2021.
Epiphany is on the calendar for the 6th of January 2022, and you rarely hear about it. Let’s learn what is Epiphany and how to celebrate it?
Over the years, our Christmas menu has varied from year to year. We make something our guests enjoy or something my husband loves. The meal I’m sharing at my table today is my favorite Christmas Day meal. It’s easy to make and full of nutrients. Give it a try.
It is the time of year when I publish my yearly favorite things list. I add new ideas each year. Use this list to help give gifts all year long that are practical and useful. My Favorite Things 2021- Gift ideas.
Holiday food will soon be upon us. We can make it through the holidays without gaining weight, but we need to be proactive and not let food take over our emotions, feelings, and time. Learn to eat what you enjoy in moderation as I share tips to prevent weight gain over the holidays.
November is coming and naturally, our minds go to thanks. An attitude of gratitude isn’t only for the month of Thanksgiving. How can we establish a heart of thanks and Gratitude all year? Let’s learn how to make a habit of the attitude of gratitude all year long.
Heaven has been on my mind lately. Every day I seem to think about Heaven. Let me tell you why…
Many of you love pumpkin season. In this blog, I am helping you prolong this season to your heart’s desire. Enjoy your pumpkin recipes and pumpkin fun. You will love Pumpkin foods this season with muffins, puffs, crustless pie, and pumpkin painting fun.
Menu planning doesn’t have to be complicated. Just do it and it will fall into place. This second blog on Menu planning will give you menu lists for the seasons and more Tips How to Start Menu planning part two- Menu lists.