3 things I learned in this issue:
With the onset of the holiday season, we’ve been inundated with sales, advertisements, and promotions of all kinds. But we must remember the importance of the holidays.
The festivities kick off with Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday of all. What’s not to like about Thanksgiving? We spend time with friends and family, and enjoy a holiday feast with our favorite traditional entrées—all without arguing about religious values associated with other holidays. It’s all about being thankful for all that we have been given.
Every American can find something to be thankful for. The United States is a country with significant freedoms. We are a generous society where even the less fortunate can receive the food they need to prepare a holiday dinner. In fact, many charities and drives supply the ingredients families need for a full Thanksgiving meal. A typical American family will spend approximately $50 on Thanksgiving dinner. Others will spend far more. If your family has disposable income during the holiday season, it’s a perfect time to donate to the less fortunate. Or, consider volunteering at a local church or shelter where workers prepare meals for families in need.
We must also remember the military on Thanksgiving. These brave men and women often serve far away from home, so the holiday is a great time to thank them for their service. Check out our website
for programs that allow you to send donations to service members during the holidays. If you visit this page, take advantage of the special opportunity to send service personnel a six-month subscription to our magazine. The first 1,000 subscriptions will be sent free of charge.
I want to say a special thanks to our staff, suppliers, advertisers, and contributors who have helped make Natural Solutions successful. And most of all, I want to thank you—our readers—for your continued support. Please feel free to visit our webpage and drop me a note. I appreciate your thoughts and comments.
Happy Holidays! Only 59% of men say they wash after using a public restroom.
77% of the rain in the Mississippi Delta is contaminated with glyphosate.
To check the temperature of a roasted turkey the thermometer needs to be placed in the thickest part of the thigh.