Migrate from Evernote to OneNote
Sep29

Migrate from Evernote to OneNote

As Evernote’s prices continue to rise, you might consider migrating all of your notes to a new platform. Previously, Epiphenie has recommended Evernote as a note-taking tool of choice. However, the price of Evernote has increased 55% in two years, going from $45 in 2016, to $60 in 2017, and now to $70 in 2018. To learn more about the price increases, see Changes to Evernote’s Pricing Plans. Epiphenie can no longer...

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Whole30: Week Seven
Aug20

Whole30: Week Seven

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during my Whole30 reintroduction. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe. I like to cook...

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Whole30: Week Six
Aug15

Whole30: Week Six

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during my Whole30 reintroduction. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe. I like to cook...

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Whole30: Week Five
Aug06

Whole30: Week Five

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during my Whole30 reintroduction. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe. I like to cook...

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Tested: Meal Kit from Amazon
Aug02

Tested: Meal Kit from Amazon

I tried a meal kit from Amazon, and here’s what happened. (Sorry for the click-bait intro.) It’s been about five years since the first meal kit service started here in the U.S. As a picky eater, each time a new service joined the market, I investigated. At least initially, they were all subscription-based services with a limited pre-planned menu. They’re still subscription services, but there are more services and...

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Whole30: Week Four
Jul31

Whole30: Week Four

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during Week Four of my Whole30 elimination diet. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe....

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Whole30: Week Three
Jul23

Whole30: Week Three

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during Week Three of my Whole30 elimination diet. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe....

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Whole30: Week Two
Jul15

Whole30: Week Two

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during Week Two of my Whole30 elimination diet. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe. I...

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Whole30: Week One
Jul09

Whole30: Week One

As part of my Whole30 experience, I’m documenting my meals and notes about how I feel along the journey. Below, you can view the list of the foods that I ate during Week One of my Whole30 elimination diet. You can also view recipes for everything in the meal plan below. The links for tasty recipes go to my personal recipe collection at stphne.com/recipes. For recipes I would not cook again, the links go to the original recipe. I...

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Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches (Cook Once)
Apr29

Frozen Breakfast Sandwiches (Cook Once)

Pre-packaged frozen breakfast sandwiches are convenient, but can contain a lot of processed foods and preservatives. You can make your own breakfast sandwiches from scratch so you understand and control the quality of the ingredients. As part of the Cook Once and Eat All Week Series, you can spend a morning making breakfast sandwiches that last for more than a week. You can even increase the batch and make enough for nearly a month....

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Get Cooking Series
Mar29

Get Cooking Series

The Epiphenie Get Cooking Series covers topics from learning to cook to everyday tasks for great food! Check back often as we add new topics. Get Cooking Series Topics Learn to Cook Like a Chef – If you don’t know how to cook, or want to improve your skills, find the best place to learn to cook like a chef. (Published in May 2016) Organize Your Recipes Online – As you cook more and try new recipes, you need to...

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Donate Items Instead of Selling Them
Mar25

Donate Items Instead of Selling Them

When you move or reorganize your home, you typically have items that you no longer use or need. If you have a lot of these items, you might consider having a garage sale (or yard sale) this weekend to get some cash. Instead, consider donating your items. NOTE: If you have good electronics, such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, flat TVs, or newer gadgets, you should sell the items instead of donating them. Because you will...

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