Feb 28, 2023
things you're looking forward to in March
what defines "healthy" cereal?
things you said you'd "never" do as a parent...but then you did
is it better to be over qualified for your job or under qualified?
most and least stressful cities to work in according to thrillist
if you bought a 'treasure' at a thrift store...would you keep it or sell it?
home decor items you should always buy second hand
is it ok to let your dog run around in the car and stick it's head out the window while you drive?
goodbye/fun facts....national protein day...Our bodies crave protein...it's one of the body’s most basic building blocks. protein helps develop bones, skin, cartilage, and blood — while promoting weight loss and increased muscle mass. High-protein foods include everything from salmon to pumpkin seeds. Lean meats and eggs are great sources of protein, but why not branch out a bit this Protein Day. Give quinoa a try, or lentils, edamame, or even tofu. Nutrition experts recommend around 46 grams per day for women, and 56 for men