So 2020 is here and you've decided this is the year you will improve your diet and lose weight. Not surprisingly, that's the number one resolution for most Americans. Also, not surprisingly, a study conducted by the University of Scranton has found that 80 percent of New Year's resolutions have been abandoned by February - only about 8 percent of us hang in there long enough to achieve our goals.
As I look out my window this morning in the new year, the gardens I did not clean up in fall are outlined with frozen fog. Backlit by the early morning sun, flower stalks, tree branches and wire fences seem so delicate they would break if touched.
If you blew out your budget on presents for the family (or yourself) over the holidays, your wine habit doesn't need to suffer. Before you grab a bottle of something cheap and dodgy, let's talk about some great -- and great value --wines that will tide you over to the next paycheck.
Super Bowl LIV is just a few weeks away, on Feb. 2. But there are plenty of opportunities to watch playoff games until then. And I, for one, prefer to catch up on my favorite teams with something savory and delicious -- a one-dish dining solution. I am talking about a hearty, stand-up-your-spoon, thick-enough-to-satisfy, fill-up-again-at-halftime bowl of soup.
Olivia was the top girl's name and Liam was the favored boy's name in 2019 among New Mexicans. The New Mexico Department of Health, which tracks birth records, put out its annual list of most popular baby names in mid-December.
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