Monthly Archives: April 2011

Eating habits of the toddler

A reoccurring topic of discussion among my friends with young children is how to make sure their young children eat a variety of well balanced meals.  I think at one time or another, each of us has complained about food … Continue reading

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Our garden in April

So much happens in April in our garden.  Not only did we have a hive swarm for the second time (sorry, no photos of this one), but butterflies abound and flowers are abundant. All photos taken by David Klemp.

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News round up from around the Web

The following are a collection of articles from around the Internet that we found timely or interesting.  What are you reading today? Are your children drinking enough water? We worry all the time about what kind of food our kids … Continue reading

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Backyard beekeeping

All photos taken by David Klemp. Honey bee colonies all across the Unites States are being decimated and scientists are hard pressed to explain why.  If we were to lose our honey bees, we could lose 80 percent of our … Continue reading

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The importance of sleep

Next to exercise and water, sleep is the most important thing to personal health and well being.  We live in a society where we just don’t seem to have enough time to accomplish everything we want.  Instead of considering our … Continue reading

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Want to improve your memory? Walk regularly.

A recent study suggests that walking may help improve memory impairment in older adults.  By taking a brisk walk where you get your heart rate up for 40 minutes three times a week, participants in the study performed better on … Continue reading

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