• My Dog Jacob

    Easy Meal for your Pooch

    I cook for my dog and he just loves it! It is easier and cheaper than you think. I recently received this recipe and wanted to share it with you guys. Let me know how it goes ūüôā   Total Cost: $2.31 ¬Ĺ lb. Ground Turkey = $1.15 $2.29 x 0.50 (1/2¬† of the 1 lb. of turkey) = $1.15 ¬Ĺ cup Brown Rice = $0.50 $0.99 x 0.50 (1/2 of the 1-cup rice serving) = $0.50 1/4 Large Potato = $0.17 $0.69 x 0.25 (1/4 of the potato) = $0.17 $Baby Carrots = $0.49 2.99 x 0.20 (1/5 of the bag of carrots) = $0.494 1 ¬Ĺ cup Water…

  • WorldWide

    The Newest Blogger……

    Hi there! I‚Äôm Jen and the newest blogger to the group. I live in St. Louis MO and from the Midwest. I have lived other places such as San Antonio, NYC, and Norfolk CT. But seem to keep coming back to the Midwest. I graduated from Webster University with a BA in Communications and have been working at Luxco Spirited Brands for the past 7 years. The main brands we market are Pearl Vodka, St. Brendan‚Äôs Irish Cream, and El Mayor Tequila. It‚Äôs quite fun here at Luxco! On the side I am building my own freelance business with all Social Media/Marketing/PR/and Event Coordinating¬†for nonprofit and small business owners.¬† I…

  • WorldWide

    Blake Lively’s Timeless, Voluminous Waves From The Savages Premiere

    Did you catch Serena, I mean Blake at her recent premiere for the movie, Savages, in Westwood, CA? If you did, you’re probably as obsessed with her hair as I am. Check out this surprisingly easy how-to for those sexy, classic waves she rocks on the red carpet. 1)¬†¬†¬†¬†Prepare washed hair with¬† the¬†Angelo David Sea Silk Styling Mousse¬†and¬†¬†Angelo David Premier Volume Spray¬†to achieve maximum volume, then begin blow drying sections of hair. 2)¬†¬†¬†¬†Create a deep side part then do one run¬† of the¬†¬† 1 ¬Ĺ curling barrel iron to the smaller part. 3)¬†¬†¬†¬†For the larger part, create tousled waves by running each small sections of hair onto¬† a 1 ¬Ĺ…

  • Toronto,  WorldWide

    Nom nom Vegetable Fried Rice

    I love fried rice, but I hate that oily taste that take-out fried rice has. I was in the mood for a nice plate of vegetable fried rice, so rather than going to my favourite chinese restaurant; ¬†I decided to ¬†take matters into my own hands and make my own fried rice. I only used a teaspoon of sesame oil, and was able to fry all my rice and veggies; and then used a teaspoon of low-sodium soy sauce, because you can’t have fried rice without soy sauce! All the taste, and half the fat and salt. Win. peace and love ‚ô•Bella‚ô•

  • WorldWide

    Soy GOOD

    Lately I’ve been beyond lazy when it comes to cooking, and have been living off of oatmeal, cereal, and bagels. I needed to make things a little more exciting, so I bought some soy bites and made a DELICIOUS stir fry with green peppers, mushrooms, garlic and ginger. Of course I HAD to have some steamed broccoli T’was such a good dinner. peace and love ‚ô•Bella‚ô•