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Thrill the Grill

Make Gameday – or any day – a little sweeter with these winning recipes Recipes courtesy of Nature Nate’s | naturenates.com/honey-recipes   Pork Spare Ribs with Honey Rub 3-4 pounds country style pork ribs 1/4 cup Nature Nate’s Raw &

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Are You Ready for Some Football?

Bring the Big Game and Big Fun Home by Tricia White | Managing Editor Calling all football fans: it’s time to grab your jersey, a cold beer, and head to the big game… at home!  Instead of fighting traffic, find

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15 Fall Must-Haves

  Knee High Boots (Colors: Black, Grey, and Brown) | Skinny Jeans (Colors: Red, Black, Denim, Grey, Olive) Tan Leather Watches | Neutral Sweater (Cream) | Boho Style Tunics/Kimonos | Camel Coat (Very popular this Fall) Scarves | Stripe Tees | Leggings (Black and

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Time Flies…

  by Sheryl Pidgeon | Publisher and Editor-in-Chief My son just turned 18, senior year, an adult. My 16-year-old daughter acts like an adult.  My youngest daughter, 15, is driving me around town. Where DID the time go?  I know,

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Life Insurance: The Topic No One Wants to Talk About

  by Alicia Wanek Prince sang, “Life is a party, and parties weren’t meant to last,” especially when you don’t plan ahead with life insurance.  Independent insurance expert, Bobby Davidson, of Davidson Insurance Services in Dallas, knows all too well

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Oh, Controversy! I Hate U.

Prince’s recent death has caused many of us to reflect upon his fantastic music and mystifying personality. Like many great artists before him, Prince pushed the envelope, both personally and musically, all the while creating music and art that was

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Everyday Bullying

“It’s all fun and games until someone posts a video…” by Dr. Susan Sugerman and Sierra Sanchez, MSSW | Contributors The anxiety about where to sit at lunch on the first day of school is enough to turn the stomachs

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Are Your Kids Prepared to Stand on Their Own Two Feet?

You’ve had some time to frame those photos of your children in their cap and gown on that proud day they graduated. Now reality sinks in. There’s going to be off on their own. Are they ready? by Alicia Wanek

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Pack it Up!

Good Life Family’s Comprehensive Pre-College Packing List   by Tricia White | Managing Editor   What to Fly With: Carry On (use the same backpack as will be used for books at school):  Documents • Driver’s license/Photo ID • Passport

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