Living Well


Replacing Caulking in Your Shower or Bathtub

When old caulking begins to chip and peel around your tub or shower, your home becomes susceptible to mold and mildew. Additionally, the constant water exposure can ruin floorboards and interior walls. If you notice that your caulking is beginning to... …more


How to Get a Glass Stove Top to Shine Without Using Harsh Chemicals

Electric, glass stove tops are sleek and stylish, especially if you like the modern style. However, when spills happen during cooking, you’ll want to clean them up quickly before the liquid gets stuck on. Sometimes, when you don’t get the chance to... …more


Broccoli Gorgonzola Casserole

Attention blue cheese lovers! This broccoli gorgonzola casserole is a dish specifically made for you. The creamy rice with the crunch of the Ritz cracker topping make for well-balanced texture, while the flavors of the salty gorgonzola compliment the... …more


How to Make Sure Your Forced-Air Heating System is Working Before Winter Arrives

As winter slowly makes its way into your region, you’ll want to practice routine maintenance on your forced-air heating system to ensure it is ready to take on the cold, blustery nights. A forced-air system is comprised of a furnace or heat pump that... …more


Pumpkin Cornbread with Cinnamon-Honey Butter

When the holidays roll around, many people have favorite dishes that they make year after year. But why not change things up a bit this holiday season? Instead of your standard cornbread, try out this recipe for pumpkin cornbread. Topped with a... …more


Fun Ways to Incorporate Pumpkin in your Diet

By Lauren Banks, R.D. Fall is here and that means pumpkins are everywhere! It’s no surprise that pumpkins—a bright-colored winter squash—have some great nutrients, but did you know that pumpkin even has some protein? There’s about 1.16 grams of... …more