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Now Where Did I Put....?
Nashville, Ark. – Do you waste a lot of time looking for items that somehow get “misplaced”
in your home or office? Do you feel you do not have enough storage space? Does your
lack of organization cause you stress? If so, now is the time to take charge and declutter
Enjoying Fair Food While Dieting
Nashville, Ark. – What could be better than a night at the county fair, checking out
the exhibits, watching a livestock show, or enjoying a delicious meal from the kitchen?
Can it get any better? Fair season is upon us. The Howard County Fair officially starts
Monday with livestock entries! The exhibit hall will open on Tuesday, September 5
with home arts entries being accepted.
Time Schedule Tips for Busy Families
Nashville, Ark. – Back to school means extra activities – ball practice, band practice,
club meetings, plus daily family commitments. People like routine and a sense of predictability.
Sometimes Less is More
Nashville, Ark. – When planning and preparing lunches for work or school, it makes
sense to buy individually wrapped packages of your favorite snacks, fruit cups, or
even packaged lunch meals, right?
Breakfast Makes Better Students
Nashville, Ark. – Studies show that eating a healthy breakfast really does make better
students. With school starting soon, parents will be thinking about planning and serving
their children a healthy breakfast.