One of my favorite parts of Autumn is the excuse to cook some comfort food. Sit inside and watch the leaves change while you bite into a few of my personal Fall favorites! Instead of going to a coffee shop and spending $5 on a pumpkin spiced latte, try out my recipe for 46 cents per serving.
Pumpkins have been a huge part of American culture since the Native Americans introduced the vegetable to the Pilgrims whom started using them for cooking and decoration. Continue reading
“Autumn burned brightly, a running flame through the mountains, a torch flung to the trees.” ~Faith Baldwin, American Family
CTV Channel 11 content producers, Jessica (Whitehead) Bruner and Callie Varra visit On the Vine at Richmond Farms in Fort Collins for some Fall fun. Check out the video story below.
When we talk about the best season of the year, football fans aren’t thinking summer. It’s football season. The countdown is over as of last night at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. The Broncos got their redemption for last years heartbreaking playoff game against the Ravens. The Broncos won with a final score of 49-27. Continue reading
In a previous article, I created an informational graphic depicting America’s eating habits in regards to fast food. When eating on a budget, Americans are convinced fast food is the best bargain. This $10 test proved otherwise.
When budgeting the good life, you must also budget nutrition into your diet in order to thrive at your full potential, and the price of nutrition is certainly more in reach than you may think.
The cost of college is more expensive now than it has ever been, and tuition keeps raising with no sign of slowing down. But with the rise in competition within the workforce, a college degree seems to be a bare minimum for the upcoming generation to make a decent living.