Need ideas on how to add more fruits and vegetables to your family's meals?
I've challenged myself to make changes in my daily fitness routine.
Did you set your 2014 health and fitness goals? Have you kept them or have they been broken?
I was fortunate enough to grow up in the same neighborhood with my maternal and paternal grandparents. They had gardens chock full of vegetables every year.
It's a tough time of year for fruits and vegetables.
This, of course, is a great week for shopping and enjoying time with friends and family. It's also a great time to gather recipes and photos for a family cookbook.
The countdown to the long-awaited Thanksgiving Day meal has started.
It's not too early to start working on holiday care packages for friends and family members serving in the military.
We're looking forward to meeting parents and families during our "Food Talk" sessions.
Parents looking for healthy snack ideas and tips are welcome to attend our upcoming free Food Talk sessions.
Thanks to Walk Georgia, residents can get back on track with their fitness goals and learn more about the Peach State at the same time.
Datebooks and calendars are filling up with sports and band practice plus several after-school activities.
Students who want to share their homemade salsa or photography skills now have a chance.
The question "What's for dinner?" is easily answered during football season thanks to the high school stadium concession stands.
Area calendars and datebooks are still filled with summer gatherings such as family reunions.
Baseball, picnics and other springtime activities offer a chance to incorporate healthy snacks into your family's weekly routine.
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