Growing up in South Central Pennsylvania, apple orchards are plentiful. From golden delicious to red chief, I can name at least a dozen types of apples off the top of my head. I can tell you when different types are in season and which are the best for baking and cooking. Sometimes, I consider myself an expert on all things apples, even though I have never lived on an orchard. I am a baker, though, and my oven (and stomach) appreciates a freshly baked apple treat. [Read more…] about Apple Crumb Muffin Recipe- Pure Bliss!
The old saying goes, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Since the main ingredient in this crisp recipe is apple, this is a healthier dessert than the typical cake, pie, or cookie. The truth is that the health advantages of apples are great. They prevent different kinds of cancer, lower cholesterol, help you maintain a healthy metabolism, and assist in diabetes management.
Likewise, cranberries offer a number of their own health benefits. As a superfood, cranberries are packed with Vitamin C and fiber. They help to inhibit the growth of oral, colon, breast, and prostate cancer cells, and the berries contain protective, disease-fighting compounds that act as antioxidants in the body. [Read more…] about Cran-Apple Crisp Recipe
Focusing on the finish line of a transportation business sale is a fine ambition. However, developing tunnel vision in the process will only hurt the transaction. The minutia of finances, paperwork and loads of stress may overwhelm an individual to distraction. Sacrificing a positive post sale transition just to end the deal will cost the business. Unexpected taxes and drawn out new owner discussions may have some running for the door but these unpleasant circumstances are avoidable. Planning for a positive post sale transition throughout the transaction will allow the seller a graceful and successful departure. [Read more…] about The Positive Post Sale Transition
Good marketing efforts can make all the difference in the overall health of a business or organization, and one great marketing technique is to purchase bulk promotional products. These products can either be sold to customers or distributed among employees, but however you choose to use them, they’re sure to increase name recognition for your brand’s products or services. [Read more…] about Custom Promotional Products: The Canton Flashlight by CFpromo
Balancing nutrition, sleep and exercise is the basic recipe for life. Without these three things, a person does not thrive. A teenager is exactly the same with a sprinkling of social life and parental approval. The teen that resides over clubs, holds a job and enrolls in AP classes may be lacking some life essentials. Their call for help will not be the same as the bully who punches kids in the hall or the druggie downing special K in the bathroom. [Read more…] about The Overachieving Teen
Changes in color, size and shape are all characteristics that come with the organic nature of wood. Exposure to extreme heat or cold will change wood over time. Each species behaves a bit differently. These reasons are why wood species are so uniquely beautiful. From the crazy striped Zebrawood to the rich chocolate toned Black Walnut, they all have character and charm. [Read more…] about The Secret Behind The Beauty of Teak
Putting a check in the offering plate or mailing one to a ministry has become part of the weekly and monthly routine for modern day Christians. The idea of moving to online giving or paperless giving like so many bills these days is foreign to many church based programs. This distrust of modern technology is no different from the caution towards checks when they first became popular in the 1950’s. Moving from “old-fashioned” giving to new fangled technology can increase the giver base and grow a ministry like never before. [Read more…] about Christian Online Giving: Funding The 21st Century Ministry
Hey, Apple! Yes, you… You red, round, delicious thing. You’re going to have to take a back seat for a moment. That’s right, I said it, you need to take the back seat. Why? Because I’m about to fill the room with the delectable aroma of Banana Bread. Yep, the banana is in the spotlight today. Nothing quite fills the home with a more inviting sense of warmth and coziness quite like banana bread… and it is also one of the easiest baked goods to make from scratch. [Read more…] about Goodbye Apple Crisp, Hello Banana Bread!
The process of selling a transportation business is often a long, with many confusing aspects. Transportation businesses are a unique niche in the business world resulting in a tough market. Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects to any deal is the emotions involved. A business owner’s connection to the business can be personal, making it difficult to sell without some remorse. This is often the largest financial transaction a person will go through in life, that intimidating thought makes some back away. This hesitation prevents a business owner from realizing what they, and there business, deserves in the future. Allowing seller’s remorse to negatively affect the sale is a common, easily avoided, mistake. Spencer Tenney of the Tenney Group has some advice for beating seller’s remorse. [Read more…] about Preventing Seller’s Remorse
If you know someone who is aspiring to be an artist, consider furthering their dreams with a simple act of kindness. All you have to do is gather information, save it on a flash drive, and then present said information to that person. [Read more…] about Promote Art