Everyone makes mistakes, but it’s even worse when the mistakes are preventable. AAA Mid-Atlantic recommends parents make sure their college-bound teens are on the same page when it comes to them forging new lives at school and on their own.
Equipped with over two decades of experience on the air as well as her new book “Shake Up Your Life: 30 Steps To Powerful Brilliant Living,” Jennifer Keitt has designated five essential tips designed to help moms better keep their ...
The lazy days of summer are nearly over. Back-to-school season means back to a busy life with a seemingly never-ending schedule of classes, sporting events and extracurricular activities.
Dairy and breakfast go hand in hand. With so many types of milk, cheeses and yogurts available, it's easy to find breakfast combinations that set the curve for success as the kids head back to school this fall.
With childhood obesity on the rise, making sure kids eat right and get plenty of exercise is vital.
For most parents, weekday mornings before school are like a challenging math problem: pack backpacks and lunches, plus get yourself ready for work – minus the luxury of unlimited time. But skipping breakfast should not be part of the equation.
Many books have been written to help women discover who they are and become their authentic selves.
Even if you’re a well-versed cook, there are certain foods you may not have ever considered making yourself. For example, when is the last time you made your own apple sauce, jam or chutney?
Farmers markets are brimming with beautiful, ripe produce for the picking, local foods are flooding the supermarket, and it's finally time for juicy berries and stone fruits to take center stage.
The Baltimore County Office of Tourism and Promotion, the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce and Sysco are pleased to announce the eighth Baltimore County Restaurant Week beginning on Friday, August 8 and runs through August 24, 2014.
In conjunction with National Farmers Market Week 2014 (Aug. 3-9, 2014), Roland Park Place— Baltimore City’s only nonprofit continuing care retirement community— teamed up with the Johns Hopkins University Office of Sustainability and Keswick Green Team to support the efforts ...
An innovative urban agricultural program is helping to “grow” Baltimore. Real Food Farm is improving neighborhood access to healthy food, developing Baltimore’s agriculture sector, providing hands-on education to city students, and protecting the environment.
The arrival of summer means families are looking for ways to lighten up when it comes to the clothes they're wearing and the foods they're eating.
No matter where you live, you want to make the most of your available living and storage space.
Regardless of income, everyone is looking for ways to save money. From improving your home’s energy efficiency to savvy shopping, you can cut back on your day-to-day expenses and monthly bills, alike.