Feel Good Fast FoodTMr efers to a culture of awareness and well-being. The movement promotes better eating habits, environmental consciousness and community. It encourages healthy and sustainable fast food restaurant practices, and is intended to change the way people eat and feel. We recognize that people cannot easily slow down their fast paced lifestyles to focus on being more healthy, so the Feel Good Fast Food vision is to help people be more aware of what they consume without changing the pace of their lives.
the Chagrin Valley of Ohio
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Hi, I'm the "Lilly" in Lilly Of the Valley Designs, or LOVD. What started out as a jewelry-making hobby has become my exciting journey that brings happiness to others. I'm wife to my handsome, supportive husband and mommy to our brilliant and most talented young son. This blog is meant to uplift and inspire daily so I hope you visit often and feel good and refreshed when you leave. LOVD tidings to you and welcome!...more
This is a humor blog where I post creative non-fiction stories from my childhood and present life. I write about everything from childhood humiliations to the strange things I encounter in my everyday life as an umeployed, newly-married, 20-something, New Jersey transplant living in northern Idaho. I frequently illustrate my posts with poorly-drawn comics and strange Photoshopped images. My posts are usually more entertaining than this description...it's really not very funny to just say "It's funny, I promise!" but, I promise, it is. Usually. Sometimes. ...more
Life shouldn't be so hard. Feels Like Home features a variety of posts to help make life easier. Food and cooking tips, craft ideas, and a myriad of parenting (mis)adventures will help - or at least make you laugh along the way....more
Originally from Chicago, in November of 2010 I arrived in France with my husband, my infant son, two cats and five suitcases. This is the diary of a Latvian-American living in central France....more
Life is a gorgeous fête, thanks to chocolate, champagne, great friends and tasty food... it’s absolutely sweet when you meet someone fabulous, see a great foreign film, go dancing (Argentine tango rocks!) or hear a wonderful band — Pink Martini or Paris Combo anyone?
This site is dedicated to fun, practical, and easy ways to do everything from putting together a great week-night dinner to throwing a holiday party for 50 without tearing your hair out. On this site you’ll find recipes, tips and tricks, links to great resources, and interesting tidbits that I’ve picked up over the years.
Fifteen Spatulas is where Joanne posts her scrapeworthy recipes and food finds. Fifteen Spatulas focuses on step by step instructions and photos and understandable explanations of food technique....more