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January 2013 Monthly Archives

  1. Need Chicken Soup Recipes to Honor National Soup Month?

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    Soup is one of the oldest types of meals or pre-meals in history. It is
    considered as old as cooking itself and has an interesting history. It
    dates back to times when people would literally dump a variety of
    ingredients into a pot and boil them in water when food was difficult to
    come by.

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  2. Celebrate Natural Hot Tea Month & Stick to your New Years Resolution…

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    Did you know that January is National Hot Tea Month? There are not many
    beverages that bring comfort and relaxation quite like a mug filled with
    your favorite hot tea, especially on a cold January afternoon. Besides
    being a nice afternoon refresher, teas also have been linked to many
    different natural health benefits. Studies have shown that some teas may
    even help with everything from cancer treatments, heart disease,
    diabetes, aid in weight loss, heart burn relief, and nausea to treating
    the common cold.

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  3. Having a Super Bowl Party? Here are Some Tips

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    Super Bowl parties have become a time-honored tradition in American
    society. If you are planning to host a Super Bowl party this year, it is
    important to be aware of the potential liabilities you could face if
    you are not fully prepared. Guests who become injured or sick at your
    gathering may have grounds for a liability suit. Here are a few tips to
    help keep your Super Bowl party safe and enjoyable for everyone:

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  4. Ways to Celebrate National Home Office Safety & Security Week

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    As thousands of Americans are taking down Christmas trees and decorative
    lights, home office workers across the country are preparing for a
    celebration of their own: National Home Office Safety and Security Week.
    This is a time dedicated toward raising awareness of the often
    overlooked office safety features many home settings lack, and there are
    many ways to get involved.

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  5. How to Keep Your 2013 New Year’s Resolutions

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    According to some studies, while nearly half of all Americans usually
    set New Year’s resolutions, less than 10 percent manage to keep those
    resolutions. Resolutions about self-improvement are the most common.
    Other common focuses for New Year’s resolutions are money, weight and
    relationships.

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  6. How to Keep Your 2013 New Year's Resolutions

    by measler

    Category: Our Blog

    According to some studies, while nearly half of all Americans usually
    set New Year’s resolutions, less than 10 percent manage to keep those
    resolutions. Resolutions about self-improvement are the most common.
    Other common focuses for New Year’s resolutions are money, weight and
    relationships.

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