May 2009 - Issue 1
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Your Guide To Pioneer Thinking - May 2009 - Issue 1
"Kind hearts are the gardens, kind thoughts are the roots, kind
words are the flowers, kind deeds are the fruits.
Take care of your garden and keep out the weeds, fill it with
sunshine, kind words and kind deeds."
~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In This Issue:
-- Major Depression and Family
-- Water-conserving, Money-saving Tips for Summer Gardens
-- Beginner's Guide to Silver Investing
-- Welcoming the Bounty Which Springs from Mother Earth
-- The Inner Landscape
-- Recipe Box: Pomegranate-Glazed Chicken Breast with Cherry Brown Rice Pilaf
-- Recipe Box: Brazilian-Style Baked Fish
-- Readers Beauty Secrets: Bath & Body Works Type Body Scrub
Major Depression and Family
Not only does the individual need support but the spouse and
children do too.
Water-conserving, Money-saving Tips for Summer Gardens
Summer 2009 may be a bit less dry than last year in some areas of
the country, according to the National Weather Service's Seasonal
Drought Outlook. But it still makes sense, both environmentally and
economically, to conserve water as much as possible in your
gardening and landscaping efforts.
12 zodiac signs
Five days a week, free and on video
Beginner's Guide to Silver Investing
7 tips to help you make more money with silver right away.
"The only people with whom you should try to get even with, are
those that have helped you." ~ John E. Southar
Shared by Devina Fish
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Don't Lose Your Head if You Get the Ax
Pomegranate-Glazed Chicken Breast with Cherry Brown Rice Pilaf
Good Food, Good Health:
Brazilian-Style Baked Fish
Welcoming the Bounty Which Springs From Mother Earth
I'd like to share two of my grandmother's easy recipes which could
be a complete meal. Her Bacon Dressing for Salads and Crusty French
Bread would be a delicious, light meal for your family this time of
year. The bread can be served with butter for dinner and spread
with preserves for dessert! Enjoy!
The Inner Landscape
We have to-do lists that don't get done, we take on too much, and
we have forgotten the self-respect in saying no now and again. We
decide to get in shape, quit smoking, be more appreciative and it
all falls off. The practices outlined here are to pay attention to
the "committee" inside and invite them to work together for our own
Q: What is the TLC diet?
Q: Are the "live active cultures" in yogurt the same thing as
Q: How can I know whether a Mediterranean diet is too high in fat
Alcohol and Cancer Risk: When Does the Risk Start?
Relationship experts, authors and columnists Wayne and Tamara
Mitchell offer up common sense advice about life and relationships.
- A House Divided
=========READERS BEAUTY SECRETS=========
Bath & Body Works Type Body Scrub
Okay this is a really simple body scrub that works exactly like the
bath and bodyworks sea salt and oil scrub.
you will need:
grated orange peels
Mix all ingredients together and voila, you can take a shower and
use all over your body, and wash with warm water. It leaves towels
a bit dirty but it works great.
Share Your Tip >>
-More Beauty Secrets
Homemade Beauty Products Forum
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