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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Happy Fall Y’all

    Happy Fall Y’all0

    Fall is the season for all senses. The feel of cooler temperatures after a long summer. A warm, visually pleasing palate of reds, oranges, yellows, and browns. The taste of pumpkin in everything. The sound of crunching leaves underfoot—the smell of woodsmoke. There’s something about driving past a house with smoke coming out of the

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home” by Kate Mangino

    The Bookworm Sez: “Equal Partners: Improving Gender Equality at Home” by Kate Mangino0

    Plates on one end, bowls on the other, glasses on top. It’s your turn to load the dishwasher tonight, but if you plead ignorance on how it’s done properly, maybe you could worm your way out of it. Somebody else’ll do it, so go sit down. Take a rest and read “Equal Partners” by Kate

  • 4-Point Plan for Personalized Nutrition0

    All of us struggle from time to time to eat well. Often, the issue is not that we don’t know what to eat but that we haven’t made good nutrition personal. Instead, we hop from diet to diet in the hope of finding something that fits our needs. According to Helene Patounas, a Formula 1

  • River of Change0

    The Jordan River rises from the slopes of Mt. Hermon on the border between Syria and Lebanon and then flows through northern Israel and into the Sea of Galilee. From there, it meanders through the Jordan Rift Valley until it empties into the Dead Sea, making it the lowest river on earth. It is similar

  • Bake My Day!0

    One afternoon when my husband got home after work, he went to get a snack. By 3:45, he is ready for something to eat before dinner, which typically every night is about 6:00. I buy him the little chocolate chip muffins from Aldi’s that he loves with his morning coffee. These one-bite wonders are perfect

  • Fall Style Essentials0

    This morning I awoke to a gloriously chilly 55 degrees, misty fog, and the banging of garbage bins as sanitation workers made their way down the street. Such is life. A mix of the superb and the mundane, which is an oddly apt way to describe the transition from summer to fall. You have those

  • Strong in Five Minutes0

    Is it possible to gain strength by exercising only 5 minutes, three days per week? Dr. Chris Sciamanna, a primary care doctor and exercise researcher at Penn State, thinks so. Dr. Sciamanna writes, “During the pandemic, when my gym closed, I had to figure out how to do strength training at home. I started doing

  • A Dead-End Dead Sea0

    The Dead Sea is located on the boundary between Israel and Jordan. Its northern shore is about 16 miles east of Jerusalem and 104 miles south of the Sea of Galilee. The Jordan river flows from the Sea of Galilee into the Dead Sea. The Bible most often mentions the Dead Sea as the eastern

  • Birthday Outfit0

    How an individual approaches their birthday varies from person to person. Obviously, child birthdays are big deals, marking milestones in growth and maturity. For adults, birthdays can be a celebration of life, a chance to treat yourself, just another day, or an unwelcome reminder that aging is inevitable. I find that my birthday has a

  • The Bookworm Sez

    The Bookworm Sez0

    Dad used to pride himself on being handy. He could make anything, imagine anything, fix anything. He was handy, from tools to toys and kitchens to kids. But last week, Dad got lost on his way home from the grocery store, a trip he’s made once a week for thirty years, and it scared you

  • Hallmark Treasures

    Hallmark Treasures0

    It’s a rainy Sunday, and I am snuggled on the couch, wrapped in my fall fleece blanket that I finally got out this weekend. My Halloween tree is in front of our front bay window, with the tiny orange and purple lights glowing as primitive ghost ornaments hang off a branch. Candy corns, pumpkins, witches,

  • Is Burnout Causing Your Weight Gain?0

    While estimates of the annual health care costs of obesity-related illnesses vary, researchers agree that the costs are astronomical. Some studies actually estimate the cost to be a staggering $190.2 billion, or nearly 21% of annual medical spending in the United States. Though the root causes for this epidemic can be complex, one that is