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Welcome to The Art of Real Food and Good Health

Welcome to The Art of Real Food and Good Health

There is good evidence that certain lifestyle changes can dramatically decrease the risk of disease.  The goal is to eat a healthy diet that contains lots of fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains.

FREE downloadable recipe from The Art of Real Food

FREE downloadable recipe from The Art of Real Food

Orange, yellow, red, white and purple!  We’re talking about carrots, not the rainbow.  We’re also giving you a **FREE** recipe from the newly released book The Art of Real Food!

Live Auctions Return to Denio’s in Roseville

Live Auctions Return to Denio’s in Roseville

Roseville, Calif. Reaching back to its roots, after nearly 20 years without live auctions, Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet announced today that TGW Auctions will bring back the old-time tradition that helped get Denio’s founder Jim Denio started in 1947.

Three auctions are scheduled for December with the first one taking place Saturday, December 10, starting at 10 a.m. 

Col. Larry G. Folkerts of TGW Auctions brings more than 10 years experience as an auctioneer in North Dakota. Like Denio’s Farmers Market, TGW Auctions is a family venture that includes Larry Folkerts, his brother Gary, niece Briana, and parents Jerry and Charlotte.

Home office: purpose and plans

Home office: purpose and plans

Another apartment, another home office. Couple that with my cubicle changes at my last job, and this will be the fourth work area I've worked in (and shown you) in the year-and-a-half since I started this blog (see 1, 2 and 3).

My last home office was...how should I say it...ideal. It was bright, spacious, and organized. I loved the heck out of it, and wish that I could have worked from home more instead of using it just on weekends and holidays. Now that I am using the home office everyday, I'm trying to incorporate what I loved about my last space to create a neat and productive space here.

Cool Your Energy Costs with Trees

Cool Your Energy Costs with Trees

In addition to its universal appeal, shade trees can also help reduce your summer energy costs. If you plant the right tree in the right spot, you can save between 20 and 40 percent on your home cooling costs. With Roseville Electric’s Shade Tree rebate program, we make it easy for you to select trees that are right for your home, and your energy bill.

Participating in the shade tree program is easy. Simply go to your favorite nursery or home and garden store and select any deciduous tree best suited to provide shade and complement your landscaping.