Texans Can Soon Buy Beer & Wine on Sunday Mornings
Today the Texas Legislature approved a bill that will slightly alter our state's still stingy alcohol restrictions.
Governor Abbott Signs Bill Making ‘Alcohol To-Go’ Permanent in Texas
No matter how "normal" life gets again, you can bet that some things will be changed forever.
Ways To Combat That High Blood Pressure In Amarillo
I found out last year that my blood pressure is a bit on the high side. It was a scary day. I was seeing a doctor for something else when he looked over my numbers. He told me that we would reschedule our appointment and called to get me an appointment downstairs with another doctor.
Earth Day is April 22: Ways to Celebrate & Care for Our Little Blue Planet
Earth Day is not only a reminder to care for planet, but a celebration of the beauty of our little blue and green home in the Milky Way galaxy.
Sometimes A Glass Of Water Is All You Need In Amarillo
We are all supposed to drink a lot of water. If you are successful in drinking at least eight glasses of water you may see a lot of your issues go away. Water is very important. Very few of us drink enough.
Amarillo Mornings Can Be Brutal
Nothing is worse than waking up on the wrong side of the bed. That just starts your day off in the worst way possible. Those are the mornings that drivers on I40 seem to cut you off. You can't handle it. You just want to get to your job Downtown as soon and as with as little drama as possible.
78-Year-Old Grandmother Gives Me Motivation To Go To the Gym
Let this video of the great Nora Langdon inspire you to get off the couch and not use excuses about what you can and can't do.
What We Eat Leads Us To More Unhealthy Choices
I know it is so hard to stick with eating healthy. Sometimes driving through and ordering a combo is just so much easier than planning our lunches throughout the week at work. Sometimes we even run out of the house without a good healthy breakfast.
Covid Cases in Nursing Homes Drop 82% According to Report
The American Healthcare Association and the National Center for Assisted Living are reporting that cases dropped to their lowest level since the government began tracking weekly cases in nursing homes in May 2020.