Make your next delicious meal using your Instant Pot
It’s National Soup Month and a great way to make this warm meal is in an Instant Pot. An Instant Pot can be used to make quick and easy meals but it may seem a bit overwhelming when you’re first getting started. Mary Spencer, from Taste A Cook’s Place, showed us how to get over our fears and jump into using our Instant Pots. The Instant Pot has numerous functions like pressure cooking, rice cooking, slow cooking, steaming, warming, and sautéing. Watch the video to learn more helpful tricks to give your instant pot a go!
Ready to tackle a New Year’s resolution? Here’s how to crush that goal of losing weight
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. The New Year often means New Year’s resolutions for many, and one of the most common is to lose weight. The weight loss center Ideal You is helping people crush their goals the simple way: eating healthy. Customers typically see results quickly and are able to easily stick with their resolution to lose weight.
Live stream: Total solar eclipse crosses South America on Dec. 14, 2020
This year’s only total solar eclipse will cross South American countries Chile and Argentina on Monday, Dec. 14. Watch live coverage of the eclipse beginning at 9:30 a.m. EST Monday in the video player below, courtesy of Slooh. A total solar eclipse occurs when the moon is the perfect size and distance from Earth to block out the sun entirely when their orbits cross paths. A total solar eclipse will cross Chile and Argentina on Dec. 14, 2020. Another total solar eclipse is expected to cross just below Detroit in 2024.
Total solar eclipse to cross Chile, Argentina on Dec. 14, 2020
The only total solar eclipse of the year will cross South America on Monday, Dec. 14. A total solar eclipse will cross Chile and Argentina on Dec. 14, 2020. So, in those rare occurrences where the moon makes a direct path across the sun, we get a solar eclipse. Watch Slooh’s live coverage of the Dec. 14 total solar eclipse below. In 2024, a total solar eclipse will take a path quite close to Detroit.
Compost collection, drop off in Ann Arbor to end for season on Friday
ANN ARBOR – This year’s curbside compost service season will end on Friday and start up again in April 2021. Friday is also the last day for residents and contractors working on Ann Arbor residential properties to deliver leaves to the city’s compost facility at 4170 Platt Road. Need a compost cart? Acceptable compost materials, according to the city’s website:Plate scrapings and food waste (including meat and bones)Bamboo dinnerwareGrass clippingsBPI certified compostable bags, containers, silverware, etc. Ann Arbor residents can deliver one cubic yard per household each day of acceptable food waste and yard trimmings at no cost during weekday hours.
Amp up your work and school environment at home with Metro Electric
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. Metro Electric also suggests installing USB outlets for more charging stations around the house. Metro Electric trains its staff daily, and when it’s time for service you can expect a professional licensed technician who is also taking precautions to keep your family safe when having work done in your home. Anytime you need electrical service work such as installations, maintenance, or repairs, Metro Electric is here to help.
Heres the key to keeping your makeup fresh in the summer heat
You've likely heard about primer as something that you should include in your makeup routine but do you really know which one is best for you? Well, today Jon Jordan joined host Tati Amare to give some tips on choosing the best primer. The best way to look at it would be a primary step to keep your foundation better, longer, more believable, said Jordan. Jordan provided recommendations based on your specific needs in a primer and the season. Watch the video above to learn more about the different primers and see Jon test some of the products out.
Gain support for your health goals from a virtual community
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. Eldrige explained how one of WWs core ideals is to help their members understand that they are not alone and you can work with others to accomplish your health goals. Virtual workshops allow you to get to know more people and gain even more support. Eldridge says that many people tune in to hear how others are continuing to work towards their health goals during this time. For more information call 888-3-florine or visit 888-3-florine.comWatch the video to see how WW can support you on your health journey through virtual workshops.
Which otherwise-obscured planet will be visible during eclipse?
For those who will be witnessing totality during the Great American Eclipse on Monday, you’re in for a real treat: not only will you see the sun completely blocked by the new moon -- so long as it’s not cloudy -- but it will get eerily dark. Birds may become confused or stop flying. And if you know where to look, you may even be able to spot a hidden planet.
Red ribbons or safety pins? Examining eclipse ‘warnings’ for pregnant women
Here’s what they gathered:Pregnant women “should” …--Wear red and some kind of metal in order to protect the baby. Use a safety pin to fasten the ribbon to your shirt, and then you’ve included the correct color and an appropriate metal into your attire. So for protection, the mother is warned to carry something metallic, such as a safety pin, and wear it close to her unborn child. This kind of goes against the whole safety pin, keys or scissors thing, doesn’t it? As superstition will tell you, many women will deliver their babies on the day of an eclipse, due to the changes in atmosphere.