If you’re a last minute shopper and are stumped on gift ideas, the salon may be the only place you need to go. Katie Giles and Julie Martin from New Reflections Salon
have some services and products that will make great gifts!
Picking out gifts for the people on your list can be fun – but it can be tough at times too. If you have someone in their twenty’s that you are buying for, you might be stuck. Emily has four options that just might be perfect for those
You can hardly go wrong picking out something for your guy or girl to wear when choosing their gift. And we aren’t just talking about clothes either! Emily Engberg has her suggestions for some wearable gifts that all have a Minnesota connection.
Tech gadgets are usually up pretty high on the Christmas list for a lot of people. Our Tech Producer, Christian Unser, has some gift ideas for the tech lover that you need to buy for.
Our food producer, Maggie Winter, is the perfect source for finding gifts that the foodie in your life would love for Christmas.
If you are stumped on what to get the kids on your shopping list, we are here to help! TCL reporter Kelli Hanson has her mom approved toy picks!
If you take the time to properly set the table now, you’ll have more time to enjoy your family tomorrow. Founder of Etiquette Principles
, Liz Taylor, shows us how it’s done.
Lisa Baker from Minneapolis, wasn’t always a frugal shopper. After learning the tricks of the trade, she started the blog twincitiesfrugalmom.com
. She wanted to share what she has learned to stay out of debt in the hopes that other people would benefit from it too.
Middle school art teacher, Julie Pyle from Prior Lake, uses her talents to save money over the holidays. She makes everything from gifts to decorations and saves a lot of money doing so. You may think it’s not something that you could do, but she shows us how just making a portion of your gifts could save you a lot of money.
When winter hits, there are a few things you should be doing to get your car ready to stay safe. Emily heads to Herb’s Service Center, a AAA certified garage in Plymouth, for advice.
Maybe you haven’t been as diligent saving for the holidays this year. Don’t worry! Kelli Hanson is out to help you stretch your dollars.
“You look like you’re going to pop!” is never a compliment to a pregnant woman – no matter how you say it! There are a few of those phrases you should never say to a pregnant woman. Etiquette expert, Liz Taylor says he has some easy fixes to fix those “foot in mouth moments”.
When you are grateful, you have less clutter and less stress in your life. You’re more optimistic, energetic, enthusiastic, determined, interested, and joyful. You’ll feel stronger, get sick less, and live longer. Life Coach, Barb Churchill shares her strategies for focusing on gratitude.
Halloween is only a few days away but if you haven’t gotten your Halloween candy yet there is no need to panic. Super Saver and founder of Pocket Your Dollars.com
, Carrie Rocha, shares some deals on candy and Halloween merchandise.
Halloween is a perfect time to capture some great photos of the little goblins in your life. TCL Tech Producer Christian Unser shares some tricks for making the photos the best they can be.
The movie, Men, Women, and Children
, tackles an issue that concerns a lot of parents. How your teen navigates the internet and social media. Should you monitor it? How? Moreover, are these connections really, in fact, pushing people apart?
When a child gets a cough, the sound of it can be very troubling for their parents. Dr. Ryan Dick from Entira Family Clinics
explains when parents should just ride it out – and when the cough may be more serious than just from a cold.
With the changing seasons and the crisp air, fall is a great time to clear away the clutter in your home, office – and most importantly your head. Studies have shown that physical clutter has a huge impact on your ability to think clearly and it can also affect your physical and emotional wellbeing.
Registered Dietitian Cassie
Bjork is breaking down all the hype and claims about “dairy-free”, “gluten-free”, and “antioxidants”; the hot dietary buzzwords.
It’s football season which means it’s tailgating season! Steve has his “Tailgating Tips in Four Steps” to make sure you get the most out of the season!
Now that the kids are back in school, you don’t have the opportunity to hang over their shoulder to make sure they are minding their manners. Founder of Etiquette Principles, Liz Taylor, says she can help with a little etiquette lesson.
Experts say fall is a perfect time to check in with yourself and create new goals for the rest of the year. There is always a learning process and a mindset change needed to make the goals successful. Life Coach, Barb Churchill
, lays out what she calls the 5 A’s of Changing Your Thoughts.
National Enquirer Astrologist, Maria Shaw Lawson, claims that this fall will be a time for unexpected money to come your way – no matter what your sign! She’s here to tell us more about that and what else you might expect.
Dr. Terri Wollan from Entira Family Clinics
says it isn’t only your child’s physical that you need to think about when sending your kids back to school. There are other health issues that should be on your check list.
Liz Taylor is the founder of Etiquette Principles
. She’s an Emily Post Institute graduate and now takes her training to large Minnesota Companies. She’s here to give us a lesson or two about what is proper etiquette – with a modern spin.
Even if you don’t literally write it down on paper, most people have one – and there is usually a lot of items on your “to-do” list too! Sometimes it seems like that list never gets any smaller either. Life coach and speaker Barb Churchill
says it’s more about how you look at that list, rather than what is on it, to get you motivated to check some of the things off.
Women have a lot of questions for their doctor when they become pregnant. Getting everything covered in your 30 minute appointment might be tight. Dr. Ryan Dick from Entira Family Clinics
wants to make sure you are asking the right question at your prenatal check up.
If the kids are getting bored this summer and you are running out of ideas – or money – to keep them entertained, here are some ideas. We asked some familiar faces what they like to do with their kids that won’t break the bank. TCL Kitchen Star Alice Seuffert, the creator of the blog Pop Culture Parent, Twila Dang, and our Advice Guru Carla Barnhill each had and idea for cool, cheap, summer fun.
It’s hard to believe that now is the time to start thinking about back to school shopping – if you want to save a little money. Super Saver, Carrie Rocha, from Pocket Your Dollars.com
, offers her money-saving tips.
We know all tips and tricks to keep critters out of your yard but how do you get bees, butterflies and even hummingbirds in to your garden? Lawn and garden expert Larry Pfarr shared his secrets on how to get those pollinating animals in your garden.