Winter car kit, arthritis remedies, Christmas tree care
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Daily Newsletter for Tuesday, November 27, 2018
The winds are out with loud increasing shout,
Where late before them walked the biting frost;
Whirling the leaves in their wild sport about,
And strewing twig and limb are path acrost.
–Jones Very (1813–80)
Look no more, North Country Wind Bells® has been creating quality made wind bells in the state of Maine since 1975. With 6 collections, 64 melodies, and over 100 personalizing options, you can find that perfect American-made gift.
How to Care for a Christmas Tree
Here’s how to keep your Christmas tree fresh. Remember, watering is critical! A freshly cut tree can consume a gallon of water in 24 hours! See our expert tips—plus 10 ideas on how to recycle that tree after the holidays.
How to Make Bone Broth for Soups and Stews
Incorporating bones into your cooking improves the flavor of soups and stews while also offering health benefits, so we’ll show you how to do it as well as provide some great recipes.
A Brief History of the Woodstove
A woodstove could once be found in nearly every American home, but today, more efficient means of heating have taken over. Here’s a brief history of a centuries-old device, the wood-burning stove!
Natural Remedies for Arthritis
If you feel pain and stiffness in your joints caused by inflammation, see our natural remedies for arthritis—plus, tips on some foods to eat and not to eat to alleviate inflammation.