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Many fibromites find difficulty in walking their dogs without pain. If your dog is well-behaved and doesn’t typically chase after squirrels and the like, then a no-pull harness or a few sessions with a trainer can help you manage simple … Continue reading
Having trouble getting your wheel-less garbage and recycling bins to the curb? You have some options. A dolly or a wheeled luggage carrier might be more traditional approaches, but you could also use a child’s wagon, a skateboard, or even … Continue reading
If you read a lot of books, investing in an e-reader may be a wise choice. Many libraries now allow patrons to check out electronic books, which saves time and energy, and many books are available free from such resources … Continue reading
An easy and inexpensive addition to your kitchen is the installation of an instant hot-water tap. This device provides on-demand hot water for making tea, oatmeal, and other foods and beverages – and you’ll be less likely to burn yourself.
In Taking Stock and Moving Forward, we paused to consider Thanksgiving – what worked, what didn’t – and how those experiences could shape future holiday celebrations. Well, now that Christmas is over (and Kwanzaa is beginning!), it’s a good time … Continue reading
Although I maintain (and regularly add to) a page full of travel suggestions, a discussion of holiday travel – with all its special challenges and opportunities – seems appropriate today. As always, the most important suggestion I can make is … Continue reading
On Friday we talked at great length about the importance of developing a comprehensive plan for the holiday season. Today we’re going to focus on how planning for the holidays can help you manage your energy budget. Why is this … Continue reading
“Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning.” Winston Churchill Today we’ll talk specifically about planning for the holiday season. The quote above seems particularly suitable for this conversation: The more thought you can give to holiday preparations now, … Continue reading