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13 Travel Mugs You Can Totally Trust While You’re On The Go

The perfect travel mug deserves to be synonymous with sipping fresh hot coffee while peacefully watching the sunrise. Instead, the portable beverage holder is too often the root of lukewarm liquid seeping into our bags and dribbling down our hands during frantic morning commutes. Investing in a reusable to-go cup is a no-brainer — but, finding one that actually works requires a little more dexterity. This is why we scanned the internet to uncover the best travel mugs that (according to discerning reviewers) will safely insulate your

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Electrolytes are minerals such as sodium, potassium, and magnesium. They are present in tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids and are critical for nerve and muscle function, blood pressure regulation, and hydration. Some drinks are naturally rich in electrolytes, while others undergo special formulation to provide electrolytes.

The term electrolyte refers to the fact that electrolytes are substances with an electrical charge. Many bodily functions rely on a small electric current, which electrolytes provide.

Most people can maintain a healthy electrolyte balance with a diet of food and drinks rich in electrolytes. Other people, such as high-performing athletes and people

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SALT LAKE CITY — If you love home-cooked meals but not the time and energy it takes to prepare them, this is for you.

From keeping a well-stocked pantry to batch cooking, give any of these nine time-savings tips a try to help make cooking at home a breeze.

1. Plan Ahead

Taking some time during your week to plan out meals — especially dinners — can make cooking less stressful. No more wondering what you’ll be having for dinner at 4:30 p.m. each day. Planning ahead also helps you know what ingredients you’ll need beforehand so you won’t be

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Clothesline Bacon, French Cream served with fresh fruit, Sour Cream Biscuits, and Gratin of Eggs and Things are on the menu for Paula Deen in Fox Nation’s special Mother’s Day edition of “At Home with Paula Deen.” 

The celebrity chef traveled to her hometown of Albany, Georgia to her Aunt Peggy’s house to cook a special Mother’s Day meal for her aunt and friend Susan “Bubbles” Green, both of whom Deen said were key supporters of her success. 

Deen started with her Sour Cream Biscuits, which she said had been part of her repertoire for decades, and are

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) — Sunday morning at around 10:30 am, the Colorado Springs Fire Department responded to a fire at 736 E. Rio Grande Street. CSFD reported heavy smoke and fire from the front of the home, according to Twitter.

CSFD tells KRDO that 25 firefighters responded to the home in downtown Colorado Springs. The fire was contained and under control at around 10:50 am, twenty minutes after arriving.

There are no reported injuries, although one passerby did enter the building to see if everyone was okay. That person was treated on scene for minor smoke inhalation.

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This story is part of Home Bound, a series that examines Americans’ fraught relationship with their homes—and the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hit the reset button. Read more here.

When COVID-19 struck the United States, people rushed to grocery stores to stock up on food, only to find that many shelf-stable items such as beans, rice, and flour were sold out. It was the first time many of us were forced to consider where our food comes from—and how vulnerable the global food system really is.

These food shortages spurred many Americans to consider growing their own food for the first

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