NJroute22.com Recap – for April 2019

Written by NJroute22

Welcome to the April 2019 Edition of our NJroute22.com recap! What fun stuff did we cover?

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NJroute22.com represents a collection of “real life” stories – what it’s like to live along the NJ Route 22 corridor. This is in no way a “news” site or phony superficial click-bait mining operation. The content here varies widely – and we try to incorporate our daily life in this part of the state. The objective is to break the mold of traditional web outlets that people have literally been conditioned into using. This publication aims to be a bit more of an honest conversation along the road of life – absent sugar-coated fluff or trendy nonsense. Not ashamed to be blunt when necessary.

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So, let’s take a look at some of the posts that were published in April of 2019.

Some articles published on NJroute22.com in April 2019

  1. Organic is nice, but costly: An honest perspective about the (very nice) Profeta Farms Organic Market. With the good, comes a price tag.
  2. ShopRite-Wiki (continued): We add more to the catalog of ShopRite Supermarkets. In April, we documented these: ShopRite of Mansfield, NJ -and- ShopRite of Bethlehem, PA.
  3. Weis as Nice?: There are some supermarkets in NJ – that just seem to be fledgling, such as Weis in Hackettstown.
  4. Aussie Puppies become trouble: We contiue our new weekly feature – The Life of Two Australian Shepherds. Follow along as we document Aussies like a reality show! Now with “trouble!”
  5. More RETAIL!: In addition to several supermarkets, we also featured Power Place of Whitehouse, NJLIDL of Easton, PABarnes & Noble of Bethlehem, PACinemark of Watchung, NJ. A diverse array of places to spend your money.
  6. Outdoors: Some words and videos about Spruce Run Recreation Area — as well as stiff “rules” at Ken Lockwood (in regards to fishing.)
  7. BEST PROPANE: We finally found a place that charges for what you actually get in terms of BBQ propane: Liberty Whitehouse.
  8. Product trickery: Consumers should be aware: Organic treats can be worse than candy — and the infamous grocery shrink ray as Viva Paper Towels provide less product for the same money.
  9. Keto, Low-Carb, and Carnivore: Continuing our helpful Vlog series regarding healthy eating via low carb. Our topics in April: Listening to your bodyIs diet AND exercise necessary? — some thoughts about Intermittent Fasting — and how to deal with social issues when low carb or carnivore.
  10. Misc.: Rounding out the month – You cannot buy kids clothing at Liberty Village in Flemington, NJ anymore — we opine about The Hills Village Center in Bedminster, NJ — and a funny (or ironic) appearance at Phillipsburg Mall.

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NJroute22 (site admin) is an avid traveler along NJ Route 22 (and almost all of central New Jersey!) Family man, pet lover, and property owner who has a natural curiosity for everything around.