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Tips to Eat Healthier and Save Money This Year

We’re flashing back to a New Year post from Mary Ellen this Friday. She explains simple ways to be healthier with food and money this year. The holiday season is a distant memory…even if the tree is still up dropping

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Eat your leafy greens

The farmers’ markets here in Minnesota are bursting with the first produce of spring. Enterprising farmers with hoop houses have been supplying us for several weeks now with breathtaking spinach, stunning kale, lovely arugula, and even those delicious Hakurei turnips

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Eating Better and Saving Money in the New Year

The holiday season is a distant memory…even if the tree is still up dropping needles all over. Many of us have made and already fallen off our New Year resolutions, like spending less on dining out and eating healthier. Reducing

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Double Down on your Success for 2014

Right after vowing to “save more and spend less” you will see “get in shape” on many New Year’s Resolution lists. The truth is these two resolutions go hand in hand. Making some healthy changes to your life can not

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How to Maximize your Grocery Savings

America is the land of plenty. We have our entire economy based on consumption of goods. These goods, obviously, include groceries. We consume, but we also waste. We waste food like nobody else on the planet. According to a January

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