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Lose 20-40 lbs before Memorial Day

The 70-degree temperatures we enjoyed at the beginning of March were a hopeful reminder that shorts and swimsuit season really is on its way. If you’ve picked up unwanted pounds over the winter or during the two-year pandemic—or you’ve been trying to lose weight for a long while without success—here’s a safe and effective way to...

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It's maple sugaring time

Move aside farm-to-table…tree-to-table is having a moment. Nothing heralds the sweet swan song of winter more than Maple Sugaring Weekends at Lake Metroparks Farmpark, set for Saturdays and Sundays, March 5-6 and 12-13. Mimi took a personal tour recently given by her dear friend Andy McGovern, who is the events manager there. Mimi...

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Now is the time to schedule your post-winter gutter cleaning and have your gutters covered before the arrival of spring debris and torrential rains

It’s hard to imagine after the knee-deep snows of January and early February, but spring is on its way. We’re already seeing daytime highs creep back into the 40s. And with the melting snow comes another banner year for area contractors as homeowners continue to invest in improving their homes to enjoy a relaxing, low-maintenance...

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Pristine Clean can eliminate algae, moss, dirt and grime from your home’s siding, roof and concrete

With all of the snow this winter—and the salt and sludge and grime—giving your home a good power washing this spring is a smart idea. But like 2021, this year will be a busy one for area contractors, so it’s wise to get on their schedules now. “That’s really good advice,” says Ken Wilson, the founder of the Northeast...

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Here’s how HealthyOne Weight Loss can help you get healthy with a meaningful and permanent lifestyle change

It has been six weeks since New Year’s Day, and odds are good the five pounds we lost in the first week of January have returned with a vengeance, especially given how the heavy snow has kept us trapped in our homes. Sometimes we need a little help to meet our health goals, but that can be difficult for those of us with a strong Midwestern...

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