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January is National Slow Cooking Month

January is National Slow Cooking Month, and I fully intend to partake in celebrating as often as I can. I love, love, love my crock-pot. As someone who isn’t must of a chef, it makes it so easy to prepare great meals. When I saw this month was for Slow Cooking, I knew I would share this observance. There are

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Today is National Trivia Day

January 4th is National Trivia Day. Today is a day to enjoy the conversation starters known as trivia. The fun facts and seemingly useless tidbits of information we all gather throughout our lives. Trivia isn’t just for the pub or in lieu of bingo. It is a great way to connect with your family, friends, and community. Why not pop

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Today is World Introvert Day

World introvert day is meant to bring awareness and understanding. It is about educating people as to what it means to be an introvert… and for me, I’d like to add empath. No, I don’t mean something supernatural. It is someone much more inline with an introvert in terms of psychology. The biggest thing about an introvert (and empath) is

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Norns Triad Publications Announcement

Norns Triad Publications is proud to announce they have signed authors Mary Elizabeth Jackson and Thornton Cline. We will begin our publishing collaboration with their award-winning Poohlicious series and their acclaimed middle grade book, Cheers from Heaven. However, we feel this is the beginning of a beautiful partnership. The incredible warmth and kindness of Mary and Thornton shines through in

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#DidYouKnow – Alzheimer’s Disease

Though there are 10 types of dementia, did you know Alzheimer’s disease might be the most common form? This neurodegenerative disease isn’t well understood; why people get it is uncertain and there’s no cure. What’s known is that a failure in normal protein functions causes it. This leads to a disruption of brain cell operation and toxic cascade, which causes

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Happy Halloween (Samhain)!

Many of our holidays have origins in Pagan traditions. Halloween is no different. This particular event is the modern version of the three-day Celtic festival, known as Samhain. This is a Gaelic word, pronounced ‘sah-win’ or ‘sow-win’, which means ‘summer’s end’. This was the Celt’s New Year, marking the end of both summer and the harvest while heralding the long winter ahead. As winter

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