Soup Recipes for the Fall Season

As the leaves start to fall and we begin to enjoy “sweater weather,” it's only natural to start craving cold weather foods that warm the heart and soul. Here are some ideas for different soups to enjoy and celebrate the change of seasons: Fall Soup Recipes Roasted vegan pumpkin soup: Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Dice…

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Crafting Homemade Soda

Everyone needs a little sweetness in life. If you love drinking soda but want to cut back on artificial additives or chemicals, the easy answer is making your own homemade sodas. Four Soda Syrups You Need to Try Now Combine 2 ounces of the syrup from each of the following recipes with 8 ounces of your choice…

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3 Recipes for Homemade Dog Food

If your pooch is more of a beloved family member than a mere pet, then maybe it's time to start feeding them a nutritious homemade meal. Your dog is sure to appreciate these fresh and tasty recipes, which will typically cost you less than store-bought food. These recipes are also very easy to make.  Chicken…

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Latest Trends on Lowering Stress Using Meditation

Living in the city can cause stress, whether it is from your job, traffic, weather or other people. However, reducing stress doesn't have to take a lot of time out of your busy day. In fact, one of the newest trends that's great for Chicago apartment living is the practice of meditation. Meditation has been around for centuries…

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3 Crime Series Worth Binge-Watching

Waiting on weekly episodes and yearly seasons is a thing of the past. These days, it’s all about binge-watching, and we hope our River North Park community members in Chicago, Illinois, will enjoy these series. Sneaky Pete This series flew under the radar for too long. That may be due to its simmering pace over…

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