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Helpful Tips:

Watch your weight when traveling.
  • Eat a good meal AT HOME before you head for the airport.
  • Pack some healthy snacks to munch on your trip.
  • Bring a pair of older running shoes to use at the hotel gym or other places.
  • Take advantage of fun activities on your trip. Even a walk in the park is better than sitting in front of a TV in your room.
  • Restaurant portions are huge! Eat half, or less, and take the rest with you for later.
Enjoy your trip and remember, you don’t have to gain weight while traveling.

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The Old Farmer's Almanac

As a child I would hear my parents and grandparents talk about the almanac. I figured it was like a diary and I had no interest in stuff like that. My uncle would talk about planting by the “signs” in the almanac. It made no sense to me, but the food was good, so it was ok. Harvesting was work, though. I wasn’t much interested in the work part, but I did my fair share so we (I) could eat.  🙂

A few years ago I picked up a copy of The Old Farmer’s Almanac just to see what was in it. I guess with age comes wisdom. I started to understand what my parents, grandparents, uncles and others liked and understood about this publication.

What do you want to know? It’s probably in there somewhere. Weather by region, best planting dates, Astronomy and articles in general, about things in general. Do you know the best days for fishing? Or when to sit outside and watch that awesome meteor shower? You can find out in the almanac.

Of course, you can find The Old Farmer’s Almanac online nowadays, but you can also buy it in stores like it has been forever and longer. I’d suggest you get a copy, look it over and enjoy a bit of reading. You might even learn when to plant *your* garden.  🙂


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