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“Laugh to Wellness” – Motivational Speaker and Comedian Sally Edwards

“Laugh to Wellness” – Motivational Speaker and Comedian Sally Edwards

Sally Edwards is a female clean comedian who loves to make people laugh with clean comedy. Sally Edwards, performs laugh to tears comedy for corporate events and women’s groups. Funny!

Go Here: | Funniest Female Clean Comedian: If you are looking for top-notch clean comedy for your women’s event, hire Clean Female Comedian Sally Edwards. Sally Edwards is one of the funniest clean female comedians performing today. All of her clean humor is family friendly! Here she is performing at an outreach event.If you’d like to invite Sally Edwards to perform at your women’s event go to:

Sally Edwards is accustom to repeat performances as a Clean Female Comedian. Women love Sally’s clean humor.

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BIG MONEY BET! Not Only Do Parrots Talk, But Other Pets Can Too

BIG MONEY BET!  Not  Only Do Parrots Talk,  But Other Pets Can Too


These scenes will knock your socks off!

Here are the “Top 5 best auditions animals, America’s Got talent 2017” HERE:—>>

What’s Your Pet’s Personality Profile?

You know your pet has a personality of its own!
But have you ever considered that your pet’s temperament connects to an Energy Type?

Energy Profiling is a system that identifies 4 main ways that people (and pets) move through the world. It’s a system based on movement. Everything in this world has a movement and an Energy Type—even your pets!

You can quickly Type your pets.
Your pet’s physical features, coloring, movement, and demeanor will all be true to Type.

Here are the 4 Energy Types and how they are expressed in your pets:

The Fun-Loving Type 1 Pet
Type 1 keywords include light, uplifting, bright, animated, and fresh.

Type 1 pets are playful, bouncy, energetic, and they enjoy the company of others. They love, love, love tricks and lots of random fun throughout the day.

Type 1 pets move about playfully, light on their feet. They are fun-loving and have a “cute” factor to their face. They keep their youthful appearance even after growing up!

Tips for your Type 1 pet:

Make time to play with them or buy a random toy for them. Be sure they get not only physical exercise but also mental exercise activities as much as possible.

If you are thinking of bringing a Type 1 pet into your home, consider all the factors that will come with a high-energy pet. Decide beforehand whether or not that supports your family.

Here’s what Kristine says about her Type 1 dog, Lily: “Her tail wags joyfully whenever I so much as look in her direction. She needs more play time throughout the day—not necessarily a long time in one sitting, but random opportunities to play with me multiple times during the day. Her runs are random, often veering off into different directions unexpectedly. She quickly moves out of one command because she is excited and ready for the next one.”

The Sensitive Type 2 Pet
Type 2 keywords include: soft, subtle, graceful, calm, and connected.

Your Type 2 pet will be more cuddly, gentle, have favorite toys for long periods of time, and comforted by the companionship of a human or another pet.

The appearance of a Type 2 pet will show up in qualities that are soft and muted. Their face appears gentle, and their coloring may look blended or have S-curves.

Tips for your Type 2 pet:

Type 2 pets may get attached to their favorite toy. Buy more than one so you have a backup. Take time to pet them or be with them one-on-one. They may appear “shy” and need reassurance to do certain things. Type 2 pets are gentle with other animals but may become scared of those that are bigger or aggressive.

Here’s what Stacey says about her Type 2 dog, Ralphie: “His coat is super soft to the touch, and he’s a big, floppy animal. His nature is calm and sensitive. He’s a registered therapy dog and loves to visit children. Going for a walk is more like a stroll. He can be found walking behind us rather than out in front pulling. He has never challenged another dog or showed any aggression. He never jumps up on people. He just assumes that everyone wants to pet him and will lean up against them until they give him attention.”

The Determined Type 3 Pet
Type 3 keywords include: active, reactive, swift, dynamic, and confident.

Your Type 3 pet is determined, independent, loud, and rowdy! They may be pushy and demanding, which creates an intense, substantial feeling in their energy—even if they’re small.

Type 3 pets have deep angles and sharp points in their appearance. They also may have an irregular pattern in their coloring, which can make them look quite exotic.

Tips for your Type 3 pet:

Type 3 pets are always ready to go-go-go. They have a lot of energy and can be naturally athletic. They will need a significant amount of exercise on a regular basis. Plan time to get physical with them to honor their active/reactive nature! They will be happiest and healthiest when they’re able to move swiftly, often!

Katie has a cat named Skuggi (pronounced skoo-kee, Icelandic for shadow). Here’s what she says, “We call Skuggi our little scoundrel. She wakes me up every morning by putting her cold nose on mine, knocking things off my bedside table, or just straight up walking across my face. She will loudly call our attention to her needs a few times a day. She will push me out of a specific spot for her own comfort and will take up a ridiculous amount of room on the bed for such a small kitty.”

The Serious Type 4 Pet
Type 4 keywords include: bold, constant, poised, serene, and reflective.

Your Type 4 pet is dignified, still, and refined. These pets may not always like being rubbed or petted, and they enjoy alone time.

They will have a very mature appearance, always looking regal, whether they’re sleeping, sitting or running. They take long strides and stand very tall.

Tips for your Type 4 pet:

Show patience and respect that the pet knows himself or herself. Don’t force them to do things; they will do them out of respect for you and respect for the food you give them. Treats are highly motivating to these pets. They don’t enjoy the big enthusiastic rubbings or being pet, but prefer a slower, more calm, but confident movement. Routines and schedules are very supportive of the Type 4 pet.

Here’s what Kristine says about her Type 4 dog, Spencer, “He responds slowly to commands; he knows what he’s supposed to do, but I can feel him waiting to be the one to decide he is actually going to do it. He’s definitely his own authority while still recognizing who the leader is and who feeds and takes care of him. In the dog world, people will often think you have to project and present yourself as the alpha, but with a Type 4 dog, he will respect you as the alpha because you deserve to be respected, not because you have demanded to be respected.”

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Make and Shake a Vanilla Almond MAtcha Chocolate Lava

Make and Shake a Vanilla Almond MAtcha Chocolate Lava

Half Baked Harvest Get the
Vanilla Almond Matcha and Chocolate Lava “Shake” recipe

prep time: 10 minutes
cook time: 5 minutes
total time: 15 minutes
servings: 2 shakes
calories: 648 kcal



  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
  • 2 tablespoons honey use maple syrup for vegans
  • 1/3 cup canned coconut milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 ounces dark chocolate make sure it is vegan if needed
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract


  • 1 can full-fat coconut milk refrigerated overnight
  • 1/2-3/4 cup cold almond milk or coconut water*
  • 1-2 tablespoons matcha green tea powder (depending on your taste I used 1 tablespoon)
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract add a teaspoon of vanilla beans if you have them
  • 2 soft medjool dates pitted
  • 1/2 small ripe avocado peeled + pitted
  • 1 very ripe banana frozen if possible, or 1/2 large banana
  • 1 small handful baby spinach
  • 2 tablespoons almond butter
  • pinch of salt
  • cocoa nibs for topping (optional)
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  • Stir together cocoa powder, honey, coconut milk and salt in small sauce pan and cook over medium heat, stirring, until chocolate is melted.
  • Cook mixture at a low boil, stirring occasionally for 5 minutes.
  • Remove pan from heat, add remaining chocolate and vanilla and stir until smooth. Any leftover sauce can be refrigerated in an airtight container.
  • Reheat over low heat, stirring or in the microwave on intervals.


  • Take the can of coconut milk out of the fridge.
  • Open the can and scoop the coconut cream from the top.
  • Measure out about a 1/2 cup of cream and save and leftover cream for another use.
  • Also save the coconut water left in the can for the shake or use it for another smoothie!).
    Add the coconut cream, 1/2 cup almond milk (or the reserved coconut water), matcha (start with 1 tablespoon and work your way up), vanilla, dates, avocado, banana, spinach, almond butter and a pinch of salt to a high powered blender.
  • Blend until completely smooth and creamy, about 1-2 minutes.
  • Add the remaining 1/4 cup of almond milk if needed to thin.
    To serve, drizzle the warm chocolate into 2 glasses.
  • Add the matcha shake and top with cocoa nibs if desired.


  • *You can either use almond milk or the coconut water left in the can of coconut milk. **Matcha can be purchased at health food stores (I believe Whole Foods carries it)


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Season’s Greetings? HINT: LET COLDNESS INVITE OUR WARM KINDNESS – The Lack Of Charity Is ‘Oh So Cold’!!

Season’s Greetings? HINT: LET COLDNESS INVITE OUR WARM KINDNESS – The Lack Of Charity Is ‘Oh So Cold’!!

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“Deadwaiter”Strange things happen. But do they happen at a Bed and Breakfast?

“Deadwaiter”Strange things happen.  But do they happen at a Bed and Breakfast?

Deadwaiter, my autumn B&B mystery, 2nd in the Country Inn, Dead & Breakfast series

by Tina Czarnota

Still reeling from the murder at the grand opening of her B&B inn, Trina is beset with yet another mystery. While making renovations, Trina learns that the inn’s dumbwaiter is in fact the tomb of someone who died years ago.

“Deadwaiter Trailer”

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The Best MAtcha Desserts On Earth

The Best MAtcha Desserts On Earth
Matcha Desserts You Are Going to Love

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Recipes that you will find below will let you enjoy the guilty pleasure of eating desserts, with a little relief that there is still something. (

Matcha Dessert Recipes That Are As Beautiful As They Are Delicious

Matcha-Goma Mousse Cake

Hungry Rabbit

Get the Matcha-Goma Mousse Cake recipe from Hungry Rabbit

Go Green

By Julie R. Thomson

In the case of matcha desserts, beauty and flavor go hand in hand. Matcha — powdered green tea — is a lovely luminescent emerald color. It lends its glorious hue to any dessert it has the pleasure of mixing with. The result is absolutely gorgeous. And also completely delicious, particularly for green tea fans.

We’ve previously discussed matcha’s health benefits and shared recipes with you, but this time we’re just talking about the good it does for desserts. Take a look at the recipes we’ve found and tell us you don’t agree. We dare you.

Matcha-Almond Layer Cake

Sprinkle Bakes

Get the Matcha-Almond Layer Cake recipe from Sprinkle Bakes

Matcha Coconut Custard Tart With Chocolate Crust

Amy Chaplin

Get the Matcha Coconut Custard Tart with Chocolate Crust recipe from Amy Chaplin

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Black Bean Spinach Enchiladas

Black Bean Spinach Enchiladas

Vegan (with dairy-free cheese)
Gluten-free (with gf flour and gf tortillas)
Adapted from Martha Stewart

{For the sauce}

  • 3 cups organic low sodium vegetable broth
  • 1/4 cup tomato paste
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour (I use gf all-purpose)
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 2 tsp. cumin
  • 1/4 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp. onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp. chili powder
  • Salt/pepper

{For the enchiladas}

  • 15 oz. can black beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 1/2 cups corn (I used frozen, thawed)
  • 6 oz. fresh baby spinach
  • 6 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 1/3 cup cilantro, chopped
  • 2 tsp. cumin
  • 2-3 cups shredded vegan cheese (I like Follow Your Heart brand)
  • 8 large flour tortillas (or corn for gluten-free)

Make the sauce: in a saucepan, heat olive oil over medium heat. Add tomato paste, flour, 2 tsp. cumin, garlic powder, onion powder, and chili powder. Cook 1 minute, whisking. Whisk in broth, bring to a boil. Reduce to simmer, and cook until slightly thickened about 8 minutes. Salt/pepper to taste, and set aside.

Saute the spinach in olive oil over medium heat for 1-2 minutes until slightly wilted.

In a large bowl, combine beans, 1-2 cups cheese, spinach, corn, green onions, 2 tsp. cumin, and cilantro.
Preheat oven to 375. Lightly spray a 9×13 inch baking dish, and pour a small amount of the sauce to coat the bottom.

Generously fill tortillas with mixture, roll up tightly with ends tucked in, and place seam side down in dish.
Pour remaining sauce over the enchiladas, coating evenly. Sprinkle 1 cup cheese on top.

Bake about 20 minutes, and garnish with cilantro and/or green onions (optional).

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Freezer Instructions
A sweet reader, Kara, tested out this recipe as a freezer meal and found it worked great (thank you Kara!) Here are her instructions:

“I made the enchiladas as you outlined above, stopping before adding the sauce and cheese to the top. I froze the enchiladas and the sauce separately. Thawed the sauce in the fridge overnight, then when I was ready to bake, I heated the sauce slowly in a saucepan – whisking helped keep it smooth. Then poured the sauce over the frozen enchiladas, added some cheese, and baked @ 400, covered for 30 minutes and uncovered for 15 minutes.”



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