Tag Archives: Spring

Minty Spring Pea Dip

This Minty Spring Pea Dip is a fun variation on classic hummus you have to try if you love traditional hummus. If you’re looking for a quick, simple, delicious, and light dip to make on the weekends, this is a great one to add to your spring rotation. Peas, like many fruits and vegetables, are… Read More »

Best Spring Reads

As far as I’m concerned, there’s never a bad time to read, but I especially love spring reading here in Idaho.  The weather is still cold outside but things are starting to come back to life and I love sitting near a window, soaking up sunshine from the warmth of my house, with a good… Read More »

For Spring Season, Young Athletes Get Back in the Game Despite Covid Risk

This spring, high school senior Nathan Kassis will play baseball in the shadow of covid-19 — wearing a neck gaiter under his catcher’s mask, sitting 6 feet from teammates in the dugout and trading elbow bumps for hugs after wins. “We’re looking forward to having a season,” said the 18-year-old catcher for Dublin Coffman High… Read More »

Ready Your Sinuses for Spring Pollen With These Helpful Tips

The good news is that spring has sprung. The bad news is that with spring comes pollen, allergies, and sinus troubles. Seasonal allergies caused by pollen and other flowers and trees can be miserable, resulting in sneezing, coughing, congestion, runny, itchy noses, and other symptoms. Thankfully, you don’t have to suffer through the spring months.… Read More »

25 best spring walks in Ireland: Fresh air for every age and fitness level

WITH the country in partial lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, walking is the new social outlet for many. fficials are taking precautions with the Covid-19 outbreak in Ireland, meaning that pubs are closed, concerts have been cancelled and schools are shut. Across the country, thousands of Irish residents would usually have a jam-packed week ahead… Read More »

Purified Water Vs Spring Water

Why not drink tap water? Although public tap water for human consumption is purified in the majority of Western countries, it’s estimated by the WHO that safe drinking water is inaccessible to more than 2.1 billion people.[1] And even though public drinking water has been purified to make it safe for consumption, it can still… Read More »

Spring gardens are made in winter

Spring gardens are made in winter according to John Arnott, Manager of Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne, east of Melbourne. “The secret to having the best spring garden is to get it ready during the cooler months so when the warmth hits the soil, your plants will thrive. “Winter is a terrific… Read More »