While you may enjoy your new tie and itchy wool sweater from Aunt Ruth, your favorite gift during the holiday season was your new puppy or kitten. Whether this is your first pet or your fourth, it is important to know what to do to keep your new best friend healthy.
For a common sense approach to changing your physical, financial and emotional health, “Should I Fire My Doctor: Eleven Essential Elements to Living WELL Aware,” by Patricia J. Sulak, M.D., is an easy-to-read book packed with the wisdom of the ages.
How do you stay beautiful on the go?
The holidays are upon us and while you might be out scouring the mall for the perfect gift for your tech-loving husband, your knick-knack-loving grandma or your doll-loving daughter, don’t forget to pick up something for one of the most important members of the family — your pet.
“The Nixon Tapes,” co-authored by Luke A. Nichter and Douglas Brinkley, is an intriguing behind-the-presidential-curtain look at Richard Nixon, 37th president of the United States and the only one forced to resign from office due to the Watergate scandal. Based on transcribed audio tapes from February 1971 through January 1973, the book offers the most comprehensive look at his presidency before Watergate.
By Catherine Hosman
Salado family welcomes student from Norway
Visions of turkey, pie and sugar plums dance in your head as you begin to plan your holiday season. While you drool over the cornucopia of food you will soon encounter and feel that childhood excitement about exchanging gifts with family and friends, your four-legged friends might be thinking, when will this be over?
All creatures have memory but people are the only ones that record them.
How do you staybeautiful on the go?Each month Tex Appeal peeks inside the bag of one busy woman to reveal her best beauty secrets and must-have essentials.
Stocking your kitchen with the essential tools is the key to making cooking enjoyable, fast, and fun. Many people claim they “hate to cook” or that they “can’t cook,” and you would understand why if you stepped into their kitchens. Even a short, 30-minute recipe that requires only a couple chopped ingredients becomes very laborious when using a dull knife; and then cooking with a cheap, thin pan that causes foods to stick or burn only escalates the problem. No wonder people choose to eat out or warm up a pre-made convenience meal from the freezer.