Today for The Morning Thing we discussed Social Media Day. Social Media seems like it is everywhere today, and although some of the original pioneers like Myspace are gone, we still see the relevance everyday of things lime Twitter and Facebook. For some people these are the only way to keep up with friends from all over the country, and for others a source of of news all over the world. If you would like to read more on social media day click HERE.
With social media in mind today, we decided to share some tips on safe social networking, so that you can make use of social media without being worried of the dangers that come along with it. If you would like to read the full list of tips click HERE.
This morning on The Morning Thing we talked a little about your fridge and freezer, are the a mess? Are the unorganized? Not sure what to do? Well don’t worry we shared some tips from Krazy Coupon Lady about how you can get your fridge and freezer organized and cleaned up. If you would like to read the full article you can click HERE.
We also shared some ideas for freezer friendly meals that you can store away until you want to eat them. This can be especially helpful in the summer months when kids don’t want to wait around for you to cook, and maybe you don’t want to wait around cooking either! For the full list of ideas, click HERE.
Ever wondered where that milk you are buying comes from? How about whether or not that produce you are buying is organic or not? Is the spice you are buying to expensive for you?
Well today we talked about some shocking supermarket secrets that will let you know how to do these things and more. If you’d like the full list of all the secrets we covered and some bonus secrets click HERE.
We also talked a bit about the Centerburg USA Days Festival happening today through Saturday, and we will also be there on Saturday. For more information on the lineup and everything happening at the festival you can head to their website, heartofohiousa.com.
Today for Bike Month Eddie and Marcy talked about biking. The bike has been around since 1839 when Kirkpatrick Macmillan invented the first bike in 1839, and since then it has become the fasted form of human-powered transportation. Biking is a popular hobby with many, so we shared tips about biking for both beginners and veteran bikers. For the full list of tips click HERE!
We also got a chance to chat with bike expert Bill Dilts, who happens to be Eddie’s Dad! If you’d like to listen to the interview click HERE!