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- Anne Swanson: Just Us in the Bluegrass
- Bluegrass Nana
- Cheryl Lalonde: Besitos
- Courtney Elbert: Wild and precious LIFE
- Desha Bell: A Mother Load
- Easy Being Green
- Full Circle
- Gwen Mathews: At Home in the Bluegrass
- Jane Samuel: MavenMama
- Jessica Frye
- Lexington Clinic Physicians
- Megan Smith
- Mollie Elliot: Two Bottle Rockets and a Buddha
- Moms Bloggers
- Nathan Jones: Daddy Diaries
- Rachel Roberts Lakes: Real, Desperate Tales from a Housewife of Appalachia
- Regina Wink Swinford: Notes from Parenting U
- Risa Richardson: Binkies, Bottles & Blessed Assurance
- Tales from My Minivan
- Tanya Tyler
- The Fru-Gal Deb Morris
What makes a spirit "craft"? Is it quality or quantity? Or something else entirely? There are no clear answers, but every distiller desires that distinction.
Beginning Monday, there is a new game in town: Keno, the latest product from the Kentucky Lottery, debuts across the state at about 400 locations, including 15 in Lexington. The game is a sort of pick-your-own-size lottery, which drawings every five minutes nearly around the clock.
I have been getting questions about what I think of Kroger and Meijer no longer doubling coupons. Kroger will stop doing it Sept. 22. Meijer already has.
Every year around this time I write about birthday freebies because this is my birthday week and I have been receiving lots of freebies in my inbox. I am not telling you to go out and use all of these freebies, but check them out because there are some great deals that can make your day or week ...
Often when I talk to people about couponing they say they just don’t have time. I suggest it’s worth it to find time to save money. Clipping coupons can save you hundreds of dollars throughout the year. And there are many other ways to save, too.
When you are young you get the child menu pricing at some restaurants. As you get older, you can find a student discount at some stores. Hit 55 and some stores start to give you a senior discount.
Summer is here. Everyone has the best intentions to eat better. You go to the farmers markets, get fresh fruit and vegetables, then go home and put them in the refrigerator.