There’s no better classroom than Mother Nature.
Just when I think I’ve got a handle on all the wonders of Maine, something new pops up on my radar that begs to be explored. Frankly, that’s one of the best parts about living in Maine. There is always something new to discover.
Back then, as they are now, Mainers were tough, self-reliant, independent and, despite sometimes grumbling about their neighbors, always ready to lend a hand when needed.
Food tells a story about the culture, economy, environment and history of a place.
Perhaps the original “one-pot” meal, seafood boils are a great way to feed a crowd while celebrating the local bounty of delicious crustaceans and crops.
In Kate O’Donnell’s book, “Ayurveda Cooking for Beginners: An Ayurvedic Cookbook to Balance and Heal,” she simplifies the body’s connection to food by breaking down what a person needs from each season.
Despite the name, an air fryer isn’t a fryer at all.
With my anxiety worsening as the pandemic continued , I realized I no longer knew how to live with it like I once did.
As we get older, our bodies and minds change — and with that change, our health needs evolve as well.
Developing a skincare routine is important, no matter how old you are — and it is never too late to start.
If you didn’t grow up with a parent giving you smart advice on how to spend and how to save, then you might easily feel overwhelmed when talk turns to money.
Looking for a fun and simple project to do with the kids that’s truly frame-worthy? Create a funky pebble portrait of your family, friends and pets to display on the wall or give as a gift.
With some grownup assistance, this project is really simple, lots of fun and comes together quickly. Plus you get a tasty treat in the end.