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{Getting Back on Track}

Do you ever have those moments when you feel like you are so off track? It could be about anything-your exercise routine, eating healthy, getting enough sleep, finding time for yourself, cleaning the house or completing that project before a deadline. 982 more words

Travel

Daily Gratitude #13

7/28/14 – Is there anything better for the mood than a good night’s rest? No aching neck, no lingering sleepiness, just a wonderful feeling of refreshment and eagerness to tackle the week ahead.

Eats

Road-side Hot Dog Stand Doesn't Cut The Mustard

Hot Dog Johnny’s
RT 46
Buttzville, NJ 07829
908-453-2882

Headed out last Saturday just for a drive, turned a corner nearing the gap (Delaware Water Gap) lo and behold………..Hot Dog Johnny’s………….heard tell of this place from co-workers. 668 more words

Local Food

First post!: About this blog

In my travels, I’ve come to really appreciate the cultures and cuisines of different places. It’s inspired me to create a blog that marries my interest in fashion with all the things that inspire me at home and when I travel. 50 more words

Eats

Morning in Montreal

We packed a lot into this weekend, so I actually didn’t get to spend a lot of time in any of the three places I went to. 574 more words

Travels

We should all be eating more salt cod. Here's why:

Salt cod: two words that sound pleasingly incongruous. ‘Salt’ is a noun turned into an adjective signifying the process of salting rather than saltiness. Through slowly drying out a food, salting transforms a highly perishable product — like fish, meat or cabbage — into a durable commodity. 598 more words

Travel

How to be a Ninja | Knife Classes at Brooklyn Kitchen

Being a big home cook, I’ve learned the heard way that the first cut is the deepest. The combination of a dull blade and clumsy fingers is a recipe for disaster, I’ll tell you what. 525 more words

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