“There aren’t many thoughts I keep to myself. I’m a bit of a talky-talkerson,” Emily Morrison writes.
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.
However you come to acquire rhubarb, enjoy it in as many ways as you can for as long as you can.
You also can try parsnips in stir fries, stews, mashes and more.
From shepherd’s pie to colcannon, Maine’s Irish pubs bring the best of Ireland to the East Coast. Here is a list of the few where, Irish or not, you can still gather with a pint of Guinness and fully embrace the essence of “Erin go bragh,” through food.
Among the oldest formations on Earth, some believe crystals have power to heal ailments and improve moods.
Cortisol is a hormone produced by the adrenal glands that responds to stress or danger by increasing your body’s metabolism of glucose.
While there is no guarantee I won’t develop Alzheimer’s later in my life, there is clearly much I can do now to help support my cognitive function and reduce my risks of cognitive decline, writes Crystal Sands.
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.
A non-traditional wreath goes great with your holiday decor, but won’t look out of place if you leave it up after everything else has been put away.