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MINNEAPOLIS – In a simple, matter-of-fact way, Reina del Cid calls herself a “big nerd.”
In fact, the Fargo native, who returns home with her band Reina del Cid and the Cidizens this weekend, named her guitar after El Cid – an 11th-century knight featured in Spanish literature.
It’s February, which means the Season of Love is about to begin.
Every year around this time, Tony and I sit down to plan our Valentine’s Day menu for Sarello’s, and we love to include as many aphrodisiac foods as possible, just to help out those couples seeking some added romance with their loved ones.
FARGO - Carolyn Baana of Breakthrough Strategies says we wake up with a certain amount of willpower each day and every decision we make depletes it.
“When something in our life becomes habit or routine, we don’t think about that decision anymore,” says the Fargo-based business performance coach.
As someone who is often stuck at a desk for eight or nine hours straight, eating a healthy, non-takeout lunch isn’t always an easy option.
So this month, I decided to add a couple new items to my brown bag repertoire: Lean Cuisine Salad Additions and GoPicnic Ready-to-Eat Meals.
FARGO – If you’ve shopped downtown, chances are you’ve seen Proper & Prim’s stylish owner, Teresa O’Day.
O’Day’s style strikes a balance between adventurous and classic, and I like her try-anything attitude.
FARGO – Ann Mealy never imagined she would one day be a leader in the Salvation Army. “I grew up thinking I wasn’t good enough to do a whole lot,” she said. “God has shown me he can do a lot with nothing.”
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