Binge Watching on Hulu: This Is Us, Mom, The Goldbergs, The Handmaid’s Tale

Binge Watching on Hulu: This Is Us, Mom, The Goldbergs, The Handmaid’s Tale

I have been doing some binge watching on Hulu again lately and thought I would share some of my favorite shows. If you aren’t familiar with Hulu it is a streaming video service and I have been using it for quite some time. One thing that Hulu has is more recent episodes of many shows. They also have added a commercial free option for just a couple of dollars more … Continue Reading →
Thanksgiving Events in St. Louis

Thanksgiving Events in St. Louis

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. If you aren’t up to cooking this Thanksgiving you have plenty of options to get your turkey fix at local restaurants and more options if you want to cheat and eat at home but skip the work by ordering takeout. Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Meals Ameristar Casino St. Charles, MO The St. Charles casino has several restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving. The Landmark Buffet will … Continue Reading →
Homeless Veterans Infographic

Homeless Veterans Infographic

Today is Veterans’ Day and I appreciate anyone who has joined our military. I say this as someone who hates war. Just because I hate the politics of war does not mean I do not value anyone who has been a part of our military, voluntarily or involuntarily. What really angers me is that the military recruits people to join touting the benefits, of which there are many, but yet … Continue Reading →
More Thanksgiving Drink Recipes

More Thanksgiving Drink Recipes

Are you ready for Thanksgiving yet? I have got two more Thanksgiving drink recipes for you this week to consider for your Thanksgiving Day menu. Make sure you check out last week’s Thanksgiving cocktail recipes as well and stay tuned for more next week. Gathering all your ingredients ahead of time and setting up your bar area with pretty glasses is a nice touch for your guests. You can assign … Continue Reading →
Holiday Gift Guides – What do you love and/or hate about them?

Holiday Gift Guides – What do you love and/or hate about them?

As a blogger I get a ton of emails this time of year from brands and PR people wanting me to include things in holiday gift guides. I also see a lot of random things as I surf the internet myself, see and hear commercials, and the like. What I want to know from you is what you love and/or hate about holiday gift guides on blogs. What kinds of … Continue Reading →
Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Bark

Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Bark

I was watching The Chew the other day and Carla Hall, one of my favorite chefs, made Chocolate Peanut Butter Pretzel Bark (here is Carla’s original recipe). Now I do not have a very big sweet tooth but others in my family do. And, once you add peanut butter and peanuts to the mix they go crazy. So I decided to try and make this recipe. The Chocolate Peanut Butter … Continue Reading →
Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes

Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and I have some great cocktail recipes to share with you today and over the next couple of weeks. Selecting a few cocktails to have at your holiday event keeps your overall costs down. This week’s Thanksgiving cocktail offerings are the Sparkle and Spice and the Whiskey Peach Pit Pie Cocktail. The Sparkle and Spice needs some extra planning as you need to infuse a bottle … Continue Reading →
MakeCrate – The #STEM Subscription Box

MakeCrate – The #STEM Subscription Box

There are all kinds of subscription box services these days but this one, MakeCrate, is particularly fun and educational! If you have kids that are love to make things, create, things, and love the science and fun behind it then this is the program for them. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) is such an exciting thing for so many kids and adults. I think it is popular because it can … Continue Reading →
6 Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter

6 Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter

(Family Features) As days get shorter and temperatures drop, many homeowners overlook their lawns’ needs. Unfortunately, winter can be brutal and make it hard for lawns, trees and shrubs to thrive the following spring. Just like chapped lips and dry skin, plants struggle to find moisture in the winter, too. Symptoms include scorched and dropped leaves, mottling on leaves and even dead leaves and twigs. Dry or frozen soil can … Continue Reading →
Homemade Shrimp Gumbo Recipe

Homemade Shrimp Gumbo Recipe

As promised here in another hearty soup, this time Homemade Shrimp Gumbo. I love soup and really enjoy the process of making homemade soup. It is comforting to eat and relaxing, at least for me, to make. Plus when you make your own soup at home you put in exactly what you want and leave out what you do not want. This one takes a while to make but it … Continue Reading →