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Healthy Recipe Challenge: Summer Veggie Bake

Summer Veggie Bake By Hayley Sprague Ingredients:  1 Vidalia onion (sliced) -2-3 peppers (I usually choose a red, an orange and a yellow) (sliced) -1/2 zucchini (chopped into chunks) -1/2 a yellow squash (chopped into chunks) – small bundle of asparagus (chopped into 3rds) -Baby bellas mushrooms (chopped) -chicken breasts or tenderloins (I personally like tenderloins as they’re easier to […]

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NBSB Shares Recipe to Celebrate National Ice Cream Day!

As the saying goes, “WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM!” A frozen treat that has been a tradition for celebrations and hot summer days for decades! Although we all love our big brands, this National Ice Cream Day consider celebrating with a local treat. Countless local dairy farms and businesses alike make their own homemade ice cream, many of which […]

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NBSB Gives Tips for a Safe 4th of July Celebration

Everyone knows what to expect when the fourth of July is just around the corner. Independence Day celebrations are about a dime a dozen in the United States. Everything from fireworks to cookouts and everything red, white, and blue. But for the first time, maybe ever, the perils of 2020 kept us from celebrating our freedom, and in some respects, […]

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NBSB Helps You Make Coupons Work for you!

Coupons can be an incredible thing. Often, they are overlooked or disregarded due to the myth that they are a hassle or hard to use. Follow the simple tips in this guide to make those coupons work for you and save money on items you may already buy! Plan your trip to the store beforehand. Try making your shopping list […]

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Healthy Recipe Contest: Pamela Berry

Taco Bean Soup By: Pam Berry  Yields: 12-14 servings Ingredients: • 1 pound bulk pork sausage • 1 pound ground turkey • 1 envelope taco seasoning • 4 cups water • 2 cans (16 oz. each) kidney beans, rinsed and drained • 2 cans (16 oz. each) pinto beans, rinsed and drained • 2 cans (16 oz. each) garbanzo beans, […]

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Preventing Elder Financial Abuse

Roughly 20 percent of older Americans fall prey to financial exploitation totaling $3 billion annually or an average of $120,000 per elderly victim, according to a study from the AARP Public Policy Institute. And given that only one out of every 44 financial abuse cases are reported, according to the National Adult Protective Services Association, true losses from elder financial abuse could be north […]

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NBSB Helps Parents Teach Kids About Financial Health

NBSB would like to discuss the importance of teaching children to save as well as having a full set of financial literacy skills. With this knowledge taught at a young age, by the time your child is getting ready to start working and receiving a paycheck, these smart money habits will be second nature, Now is the perfect time to […]

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The Actual Cost of Fast Food

We live in a time of instant gratification. Time is money, and after all, you can typically choose only to save one. Learning the actual cost of the food we consume may determine much more about the fast, easy and healthy options available and be a startling wake-up call that we may be making the wrong decisions about our time, […]

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The Dark Side of Blue Light

With the recent uptick with many folks working and schooling from home, we spend more time on our devices now more than ever! Did you know that around 50% of adults are not aware of the harmful and long-lasting effects of blue light exposure? Of course, not ALL blue light is bad. Blue wavelengths can be beneficial during daylight hours […]

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