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Happiness, thy name is pumpkin by Jean D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:47pm Oh how I love the fall! Not only for the wonderfully cool, sunny weather, but it begins the season in which you can start eating pumpkin with impunity. Oh, sure, you can sneak some pumpkin into your oatmeal in the middle of May, but if you were spotted doing it people would think you were a bit off season – like sporting your flip flops in Feb ... Read on »
Product Review: Union Street Soaps - Part II by Mayaari Posted Fri 28 Mar 2008 12:00am You can find my initial review of the Healing Bar, Juicy Pear, and Bay Rum bars here. I smelled liked a baked goods store today - in a good way. I tried out the Pumpkin Pie soap from Union Street Soaps (and used my Brunette Goddess shampoo & conditioner that smells like cookies) so I definitely smell like pumpkin and vanilla. ... Read on »
Fall = Pumpkin by EricaDHouse Posted Fri 07 Sep 2012 5:00am We don’t get a Fall season  in Florida. We have two seasons. Hot, and not as hot. That doesn’t stop me from turning the AC down to 68 (when it’s 90 outside in September), lighting a pumpkin spice candle and basking in my delusion that it’s Fall here. Or, using 2 hours of scheduled productive work time at home to search on Etsy for p ... Read on »
Product Review: Union Street Soaps III by Mayaari Posted Sun 25 May 2008 12:00am Previous reviews can be found here: Union Street Soap Review I (Healing Bar, Juicy Pear, Bay Rum) Union Street Soap Review II (Pumpkin Pie, Cucumber Melon, Orange Peel, Cider Mill) Union Street Soaps are available locally in the DC/MD/VA area, and you can also purchase them via Paypal through their website at http://unionstreetsoap. ... Read on »
Pics from the Day – 10/01 by Kelly B. Posted Wed 02 Oct 2013 6:31am Hello friends! I hope you had an amazing first day of the month yesterday. I spent mine doing all things family, fun, and Fall-like! (pumpkin pie latte, Dutch apple latter, and blueberry muffin with mom) (homemade banana cake from Gram) (mums!) (pumpkins!) (peppers for our dinner tonight) (the ... Read on »
Cupcake Monday: Hoppin’ on the Pumpkin Train by Jamie Sometimes Healthy Girl Posted Mon 19 Sep 2011 11:28pm It’s that time of the week again! Hmmmm...what lies inside these delicious-looking treats? Read on... Cupcake Monday! As you may recall from last week’s post , I’ve decided to implement a new theme day that will benefit both my coworkers and myself: Cupcake Monday! This theme day is based on the belief that, just as we ce ... Read on »
Product Review: Sunscreen Soap by Ria S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Nov 2008 10:05pm Now that the weather has finally dipped below 60 in my neck of the woods, it's a perfect time to blog about sunscreen (!?!). Well, not really but I did get a sample of this new product: Bethesda Sunscreen Soap . It's a bar soap that has a built-in SPF 10. Why am I even reviewing it? Well, I'm rather particular when it comes to skin care with alle ... Read on »
Quick soap primer and who’s buying dinner? by Lori K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Nov 2010 7:10pm I was ready for a Thursday morning run today!  Last night we had some fierce winds blowing through, and I had totally anticipated going to the gym for a treadmill run this morning as I don’t like running in the cold and wind.  Cold is okay, but not both (wuss).  It was 38 degrees and I saw the flags still, so I decided to run outside as the su ... Read on »
Product Review and Giveaway: Country Market Soaps (US/CAN) by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 28 Oct 2011 8:26pm I really love homemade soaps and have always wanted to make some. It’s one of those things I have just never gotten around to doing. So, I was very excited to learn about a local company called Country Market Soaps right here in my hometown of Yarmouth, NS, Canada. Rena Upton’s beautiful soaps smell so good that you want to eat them! Just loo ... Read on »
Do Try This At Home: Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Warm Caramel Sauce by Ricki H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 4:57pm A few of you asked for the Pumpkin Bread Pudding recipe about which I posted yesterday. Since I wasn’t entirely thrilled with the pumpkin bread on its own, and I was most assuredly dissatisfied with the sweetened condensed milk (the base for the caramel sauce) on its own, I hadn’t intended to post the recipe. But you know what they say ... Read on »