Control Z Are you familiar with Control Z when writing content? Do you write a few paragraphs of your blog and then click “Save Draft” just as a precaution so you don’t accidentally lose what you’ve written before you finished? But what if you do that but then accidentally hit the wrong key when adding more to your blog and POOF, your blog content has disappeared! All your hard work, your thoughts (if writing them from your head) and the frustration of trying to remember what you had previously written
Secret Sister Gift Exchange Ho Ho Hoax Are you getting excited to join in on a Secret Sister Gift Exchange that is being shared on social media? It’s said that all you do is send a $10.00 gift to someone and you can receive up to 36 gifts back! It sure sounds exciting and a great way to receive lots of gifts valued at $10.00 or more. BUT, yes there is always a but when things like this show up. The post goes something like this:
WORDLESS WEDNESDAY OCEAN BIRDS Just some shots of the ocean waves and the birds visiting the shore. Enjoy my WORDLESS WEDNESDAY OCEAN BIRDS today!
Summer Garden Winter Food There is nothing better than going to your garden to pick fresh vegetables for dinner. We started our small raised bed vegetable garden in April and it didn’t take long for the plants to grow and the blossoms to appear. We had summer squash, green and red peppers, eggplant, cucumbers plus yellow and green beans. Our vegetables were ready to pick in about six weeks and so delicious as I prepared meals with them. But once they started growing, it seemed like there was no stopping
Artificial Food Dyes Attention Deficit Disorder and hyperactivity in children have been officially linked to the consumption of Artificial Food Dyes according to the American Academy of Pediatricians. Decades ago, many parents figured this out on their own through trial and error and came to the conclusion that removing foods with artificial dyes in their children’s diet was an effective treatment for hyperactivity and ADHD but it was only recently accepted by the American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) as a valid course of action. Some companies add