Fresh produce not only tastes good but is good for you- Vamp up your summer dishes by adding a few of these greens to your garden! If you’re like me, you probably couldn’t think of 10 different greens off the top of your head, but lucky for you I did the research. Bring your green thumb out this Spring by planting these 10 nutritious leafy greens in your garden! I have added a few tips and tricks to make these leafy greens taste not so green.
This is the easiest one of all. Make fresh lettuce to throw on burgers, for crisp lettuce wraps, or simply just a salad. Don’t get overwhelmed by the amount of options. Between iceberg, butterhead, loose-leaf, romaine, or the hundreds of hybrids, it’s easy to panic- look at your area’s climate and talk with your gardener to see what are your best option.
Cabbage is very high...
According to a study done by CBRE Austin ranks #3 on list of markets emerging in the life sciences industry next hot spots. The life sciences revolution is occurring at a rapid pace.
Ranked on the basis of recent life sciences employment growth, number and concentration of key scientists, NIH funding, quality and quantity of educational institutions providing life science graduates and medical research and health services institutions, and number and concentration of high-tech workers.
Right now, the areas leading the nations life sciences clusters.
These cities round out a second tier of primary life sciences markets in the U.S. Emerging life sciences hubs that offer a growing source of life sciences talent include:
Being successful doesn’t come easy. You must work hard to see the results you want. Unless you win the lottery, you’ll never be successful being lazy. Austin ranked one of the hardest working cities in America according to a study done by WalletHub. Americans on average put 1,780 hours per year- that’s 70 hours more than Japan, 266 more than the U.K. and 424 more hours and Germany.
The methodology used in determining the hardest working cities was based on a few factors; Average workweek hours, employment rate, share of workers leaving vacation time unused, average commute time, average leisure time, and share of workers with multiple jobs.
Interesting enough, the cities ranked the highest had some of the US’s best economies.
Here is the top ten: (You can see the full list here...
Are you and a special someone looking to get away for a romantic getaway? Austin was recently listed as the 4th most romantic city in North America. When looking for a vacation spot people have many different needs. Lucky for you, Austin has a lot to offer, making it an ideal place for everyone.
The list goes as follows: (see the full article here)
- Nashville, Tennessee
- Quebec City, Quebec
- Savannah, Georgia
- Austin, Texas
- Greenville, South Carolina
- Norfolk, Virginia
- Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
- Victoria, British Columbia
- San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
- Napa, California
“Live Music Capital of the World” Austin is home to many shows. The longest-running concert music program in the U.S., is recorded at ACL Live in the Moody Theater and features talented artists and comedians. It’s also worth a...
Austin is named the best state capital to live in according to a study done by WalletHub! Austin was at the top of the charts on all four methods. Ranked 12th in affordability, ranked 1st in economic well-being, 4th in quality of Education and Health, lastly, ranked 4th in quality of life. 17 of the US capitals are the largest cities in their state, unlike Austin. Some capitals have rampant poverty problems. For example, over 30 percent of the population of Harford, CT lives in poverty, compared to 12.7% of the entire United States.
The lowest Austin ranked was in affordability and it still ranked 12th. Austin is a capital that has the highest median household income AND a very low unemployment rate. Austin is affordable because nearly everyone...
Austin ranked #1 on AT&T’s list of smartest cities in Texas. The methodology was based on 3 major factors of Connectivity, Transportation, and Green Infrastructure. Austin ranks #1 in Transportation and Green Infrastructure
Internet: Austin’s internet connectivity is off the charts. It ranks first in percentage of population with access to broadband internet (76% overall) and is in the top five for percentage of the population owning a computing device (96%). Apple took note of Austin’s connectivity efforts, and announced Austin as the location for its new campus. Another large internet boost for Austin is Google Fiber. Fiber is one of the fastest internet services and Austin was named one of the cities to host the test trial.
Transportation: Public transportation in Austin is equally progressive, and the city ranks first in this category. Austin was chosen to participate in Transportation...
Austin tops Milken Institute's annual ranking of best-performing cities. We all know that Austin is growing. Tech industry is BOOMING and Austin has been doing their best to keep up with the influx of people. There is not only a lot of job opportunities, but also amazing unique experiences. Restaurants and hotels are popping up left and right making it not only a great city to live but also a great place to visit.
Companies like Google, Apple, Amazon, HEB, and many more are creating a sustainable AND enjoyable economy. Austin’s growth has been something to watch over the last decade with the population sitting right under 2 million people. Not only are people moving here, they are staying here.
The List included cities below:
- Provo-Orem, Utah
- San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California
- Austin-Round Rock, Texas
- San Francisco-Redwood City-South San Francisco, California...
Spring is right around the corner, which means so is the dreadful chore of spring cleaning. We have made a super easy checklist for you to follow with tips and tricks on how to effectively clean your home this Spring! We put together the top 10 spring cleaning projects from FamilyEducation.com that will make the task of Spring cleaning not so daunting.
Dirty windows are something none of us can avoid. Before you go at it with a bottle of Windex and a roll of paper towels, equip yourself with the right tools to make this small chore easier. Grab a lint free rag while you’re at the store and mix 1 teaspoon of dishwashing liquid for every 2 gallons of water. Use a nice large window squeegee with a sharp new rubber blade to get the best results!