Who Likes Breakfast for Dinner?

October 19, 2021

If you’re the kind of person who likes eggs – and not just in the morning –  and has a hankering for breakfast after 5:00 p.m., check out these recipes that bring the comfort of morning meals to evening! Here are a month’s worth of breakfast for dinner options that range from creative, cheesy and carb-loaded, …

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Frightfully Good Fall Recipes

October 12, 2021

It just would not be officially fall without pumpkins, apples, butternut squash and cranberries, right? So, here are a few of our favorite flavors dished up in frightfully good recipes for fall!

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New Home Benefit #3: Everything’s Brand-Spankin’ New!

October 5, 2021

Home buyers are increasingly choosing to build a new home than compete with other buyers for a resale property. Among the other top benefits of buying new vs. resale include the joy of never-before-used cabinets and kitchen appliances, systems and laundry unit, floor and window coverings and more. While landscaping is a cost new homeowners …

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How to Live Greener

September 28, 2021

The human impact on our environment can be lessened, but lots of people don’t know where to begin. A hearty thank you to Rianna at TipTar and Rebecca at Minimalism Made Simple, for a few ways to go green at home – reusing, reclaiming, repurposing and reducing water and energy consumption – to help insure …

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Mountain Town Weekend Getaway for Fall

September 21, 2021

Inspired by our friends at the Denver Post, rather than the well-traveled leaf-peeping sites, we’re suggesting a visit to a small mountain town destination that is beautiful to see in the fall. The spot we picked is about three hours from Aurora-Denver, and 30 minutes north of Aspen. With plenty to see and doo and …

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Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy Bodies!

September 14, 2021

While those frozen toaster waffles are just the thing when you’re in a hurry and have little or no time for breakfast, you can top the grocery store’s freezer food with something homemade that’s noticeably healthier and more delicious. Just set aside one hour a week—at a time that works for you—and you’ll have delectable, …

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Flavors-of-Fall Cocktails

September 7, 2021

While we’re approaching sweater, pie and soup season, it’s also the ultimate beverage season, too! The flavors of fall lend themselves to seasonal cocktail recipes for fall activities and holidays – from tailgating and harvest parties through Thanksgiving meals. Scroll and click through these yummy fall cocktails – you’ll find plenty to choose from for …

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Declutter, Organize and Categorize with Marie Kondo!

August 31, 2021

Millions of Americans are getting declutter tips from the 30-something Japanese organizing expert Marie Kondo. Her first show, “Tidying up with Marie Kondo” was an instant hit – which says something about how much we want to organize our lives! Her new show which starts today, Sparking Joy with Marie Kondo moves on from the …

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Upcycle Projects For Outdoor Enjoyment!

August 24, 2021

While what remains of August is a back-to-school frenzy, in the coming weeks we’ll have more time to think about upcycling projects for outdoors. We found a few genius ideas that take advantage of Colorado’s mostly mild climate – which if we can believe the Farmer’s Almanac (and they’ve been right so far this year!) …

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Veggies to Plant Now for Fall Harvest

August 17, 2021

If you’ve already harvested greens, tomatoes, carrots and beans that you planted in the spring, it’s time to start sowing plants to harvest this fall. If you’ve never planted a late harvest, think about this: veggies like broccoli can be sown in late summer and some can be harvested even after it snows! 

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