After hours of prep and cooking, guests sit down to enjoy your infamous green bean casserole, glazed carrots, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. But now, everyone has left, and you still have enough food to feed a small army. Now what?
At the very end of your Thanksgiving meal, odds are, the pies will be presented. But which one should you choose? While they’re both a dessert, that doesn’t mean they can’t have health benefits like apple pie’s antioxidant-packed apples or pumpkin’s beta carotene-carrying compounds. Check out this feature from Eating Well to learn how to make delicious and (relatively) healthy pies for your Thanksgiving feast!
Heads up! Tilting your head to read a text or dash off an email could strain your spine, increasing wear and tear on the spine and possibly resulting in permanently hunched forward posture. Read this Time article to find out how good texting posture can help prevent undue stress on your spine.
Sure you may love all of your tech devices, but probably not the pile of the power cords that lurks behind the television or alongside the couch. Movie night, for many of us, involves family fun and delicious popcorn, but it can also mean navigating a complex tangle of cords and hidden outlets.