20 Awesome Paleo Keto Recipes You’ll Love for Your Next Cookout

Paleo Keto Cookout Recipes

Everyone loves a good cookout. It brings the neighbors together and helps you get outside to enjoy the sun. The best thing about a cookout, though, is that it’s an easy way to entertain. Everyone brings a few dishes to make the meal so you can whip up a quick dish and be straight out

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A D.C. Travel Guide for People Who Love Art

Thanks to my combined knowledge of travel and my own city, I think I do a pretty good job of showing people around this place. There’s a lot to see, and sadly I think most visitors never step foot beyond Capitol Hill and the National Mall, so they really only get a sense of the

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3 Things Killing Your Roses and How to Fix Them

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In This Post You Will Learn: My own experiences with roses How to fight the most common rose pests: aphids (and thrips and spider mites), Japanese beetles, and caterpillars. How to fight the most common rose diseases How to perk up mopey roses Picking the right rose for your climate, including drought or extreme winters

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You Live Life on The Go. Why Not Make A Sweet Banana Treat That Can Go With You?

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I love desserts, snacks, and eating on the go. Thankfully, this recipe does all of the above! The lumpia originated in China as the lumpiang. It’s a lot like other rolled fried foods in Asian cuisine, like spring rolls or wontons. Lumpia is the shortened name that gets used in Hispanic regions influenced by Chinese

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5 Hacks to Make Traveling with A Disability Pain Free

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The world of travel isn’t set up with people who have mobility limits in mind, but I’ve finally found the perfect solutions for me and I’m hoping they’ll help you too. Struggling to Accept That I am Disabled and Need an Aid Some disabilities I can pretty much handle, like Dyslexia. Sure, it’s a problem,

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A 3 Step Guide to Help Adults Learn to Ride a Bike

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Every wondered how do adults learn to ride a bike? Especially adults who have never ridden before. I was right there with you, but I learned, and I’m confident you can too. I Am an Adult Who Can’t Ride a Bike Or at least, I was an adult who couldn’t ride a bike. That all

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Hold Onto Your Cash And Cut Your Fashion Costs! Keeping Old Friends Clothes, and Expensive Friends Clotheser

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My Wardrobe is Massive I don’t know about you, but I have a teensy bit of a problem. I have a very big wardrobe that has only grown since I made that post, and it’s gotten so big I have clothes for every season. Enough that I use one of those giant three door PAX

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Trying to Cut Caffeine? tInsantiy- 5 Teas, Tonics, and Tisanes that Taste Great Without Caffeine

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I like tea. Warm tea, cold tea, a hot cup of bitter Mexican style hot chocolate- honestly I like any hot beverage. I just want to share the love about tea because, somehow, it’s all just so interesting to me. There’s just a ton of variety to explore in teas, so at risk of repeating

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5 Easy Steps For You for Better Spring Cleaning

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My last post to Ring in Spring reminded me that it was time to go a little deeper with the cleaning. After all, the Cherry Blossoms were in bloom- it was time! Sure, it feels great just to tidy up a little and maybe do a spot of vacuuming, but it’s important to occasionally do

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3 Ideas to Help You Ring in Spring!

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Spring is finally here! I’m so excited to finally be free of the endless cold snaps that have been popping up every time we thought the weather had decided to play nice. So I’m sharing my best ideas to ring in the real Spring weather! Note, product links give me a kickback and help me

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