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Annie

South Lebanon, Ohio
Hello,   I am a simple, sweet, mid-western, gifted, multi-tasking, barefoot, country girl, named Annie, working, writing, balancing life, single parenting, managing two cats, one teen son and Epilepsy all at the same time while being a Starbucks addict, runner, and cyclist, who loves... Full Bio
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Ward off colds by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Are you one of the millions of people who get the sniffles every time the season change? If you are, here is a simple solution to help ward off a cold or at least lessen the ... Read on »
Boost your inner strength by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Do you want to know how to boost your inner strength? Well then you have come to the right place, check it out below what you can do for boosting your inner strength and ... Read on »
The Devil Who Tamed Her by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living He loves a challenge...and she is an irresistible one. Ophelia Reid is an incomparable beauty with a reputation for starting rumors and spreading them. Having purpose ... Read on »
Brow brushers by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Are you looking for something to help you brush your eyebrows? Well you do not have to buy a special tool - instead try a new toothbrush or a clean mascara wand. Read on »
Feeling flushed by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Stress is one of the primary culprits of blushing. To help reduce blood vessel activity in the face that causes blushing, try stress relief techniques such as: Read on »
Thanksgiving Alone by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living With it being Thanksgiving today, I am one of the few that has spent the day alone. My son went to his girlfriend's and I did not go anywhere as he had the car (we only have ... Read on »
Panthyhose the Lifesaver by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Today while working on laundry my son discovered the load in the dryer was still wet after running for 80 minutes on regular heat. I just cringed as less than two weeks ago ... Read on »
Bedtime bladder blues by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Approximately 15 percent of children wet their beds after the age of 3. The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiartry offers the following tips for parents to help ... Read on »
Weaning woes by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Bottle attachment is common in most infants. They not only nourish, but also provide comfort and security. According to a study by the National Institute of Health, the reco ... Read on »
Tummy time by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Placing your baby on his or her stomach during supervised, waking hours is essential for a few reasons, including helping build a strong head and neck. According to the Mayo ... Read on »
Allergy Aware by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living 90 percent of all food allergies come from the following sources: Milk Eggs Peanuts Soy Wheat Tree nuts (walnuts or cashews) Fish Shellfish ... Read on »
Squeaky clean by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Excessive bathing can dry out your baby's skin and your skin during the colder months of the year. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, many pediatricians sugges ... Read on »
Speed clean your counters with foil by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living You already know that lining cooling sheets and pans with aluminum foil or parchment paper helps you clean up in a hurry and saves you time. However, foil is not just for co ... Read on »
Grease proof your walls by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Grease is attracted to moisture and humidity, so when you are cooking, it is in the air and then it decides to land on your surfaces, especially after you just cleaned them! ... Read on »
Stop splatters with salt by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living When you sate or fry, does the grease and oil sometimes splatter on the counter, the teapot or even you? If so, all you need to do is add a pinch or two of salt to the co ... Read on »
Smudge proof appliances with lemon oil by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Do you love your stainless steel appliance but not the smudges? The same lemon oil you use to polish wood furniture can create an invisible shield that prevents smudges from ... Read on »
Kielbasa bites by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Soak wooden skewers in water for 30 minutes, drain. Alternately thread drained canned pineapple chunks and slices of kielbasa onto skewers. Brush with barbecue sauce and bro ... Read on »
Mini ham pizzas by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living On baking sheet, press biscuit dough pieces to flatten slightly. Top with chunky tomato sauce, thinly sliced baked ham and shredded fontina cheese. Bake in preheated 350 deg ... Read on »
Caramel snack mix by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Toss store bought caramel corn and peanuts with store bought cocoa roasted almonds, white chocolate chips and mini chocolate chips. Read on »
Chili Cups by Annie Facebook Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Bake mini phyllo shells according to package directions. Fill with heated canned chili; sprinkle with shredded cheddar cheese and chopped cilantro. Garnish each with a tiny ... Read on »