The Sunday Post #21-20

The Sunday Post is a blog news meme hosted here @ Caffeinated Reviewer. It’s a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on my blog and showcase books and things I have received. Share news about what is coming up on the blog for the week ahead.


Welcome to another Sunday Post! If you are reading this, I have included links to the book reviews from the past week. If you are listening to the podcast, I’ve included the entire book review post within this podcast. Enjoy people and let me know what you think!

Book Reviews from Last Week

Guarding Her Dragon by Julia Mills

This is the first of many holiday stories in the Dragon Guard series. Julia doesn’t hesitate to use every and any mythological beings in telling her tales. It’s only one of the many reasons I love her work.

Is It Time To Check Yourself?

It’s been a year since the pandemic started wrecking havoc on the world. So many things flew off the shelves as people did everything they could to keep their family safe. Are you still doing this?

Fire Maidens #1: Paris by Anna Lowe

Our story moves from Hawaii’s beautiful shores to the many great cities of Europe. The Fire Maidens seem to have been lost to the passage of time, or have they???

Harvest: Tangled Vines Prequel

Do you ever wonder how some of the supporting couples met as you connect with a new series? This couple contributes so much to this new pack, so here is their story!

Viken Command by Grace Goodwin

Take one woman, who’s life has been destroyed by her father’s lies, add 3 men currently working undercover, who need to lie to her to keep her safe. Mix in a past that comes back to haunt all of them and what do you get?

Purrfectly Kissed by C.D. Gorri

Another one bites the dust! Another single Tiger of the Maverick Pride. Or in this case, a Tigress bites the dust! Will this dauntless Tigress catch her reclusive Bear?

The ups and downs of diets!

The original concept behind the word “diet” is simply “the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats.” A secondary definition includes the concept of restriction to obtain a desired outcome i.e., loosing weight. Remember that!

After my husband’s scare with an infection in his leg, I kept tabs on how swollen his leg looked to be. Somehow, it never seemed to go down any significant amount. So I asked his Primary Care doctor the last time we saw him.

He ended up reading us the riot act. The problem, it seemed, was the amount of sodium in our diet. To be perfectly honest, I didn’t think we were that bad off. I don’t use a lot of salt when I cook, we don’t eat processed food that much. So to say I was perplexed is being mild! Then I looked a little deeper at the problem.

The problem isn’t “salt,” it’s “sodium!” A lot of the foods we routinely eat have sodium in them that we don’t expect. I was surprised to find that almost all seafood has more than 300mg of sodium in it, even fresh!

In the near future, I’m planning a full post on the hidden sodium that we don’t expect to find. At the same time, I’ll give you some of the alternatives that I am finding to get around the sodium. Your food doesn’t have to be bland to be low sodium or sodium free!

Author: Reluctant Retiree

Living in FL and enjoying life.

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