Fresh flowers are a simple and elegant way to decorate your home for a New Year's celebration. Whether you choose from popular winter flowers or your own favorites, the trickiest part is making them last more than a few days.
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Are you tired of the same old holiday cookies? Chocolate chip cookies might be delicious, but they aren't different. Here are some fresh ideas for 2012!
“I just don’t feel sexy” is the common complaint that triggers the withdrawal from sexual activity in many relationships.
Drinkers and non-drinkers alike can toast the holidays with a collection of the best non alcoholic drinks for New Years and even sugar free, non alcoholic drinks.
Music, the universal language of love, can be used to help put you and your partner both in the mood for love. Here are 5 favorites to add to your hit list for romance.
The best skin toners can be made at home using organic enzyme rich ingredients. Learn how to make 3 organic skin care products for oily, normal and sensitive skin.
Falls are the #1 cause of injuries, hospital visits, and deaths among those 65 and older.
Use color changes to liven up your old home. Change one room or all; use color to freshen up and bring in new life to dreary old spaces.
This is an important election, no matter your side of the fence.
Use tricks and simple tips to improve your memory and to stop your memory from playing tricks on you. Medicare benefits will also pay for some memory improvement programs.
Most beauty experts indicate that using a natural toner is the most important step in the ideal beauty regimen, and it is the key to maintaining a youthful glow as we age.
Having the grandkids over can be dangerous for them if your home isn’t kiddie-proofed. Here’s a child safety checklist to point you in the right direction.
Helping your parents understand when it is time to turn in their car keys for safety is an important, but difficult task. Here are several tips to make that job easier.
Although we live in an age of fast paced schedules and advanced technology, Long Island’s rich history of farming and agriculture has not been lost or forgotten.