Coffee Lovers – you are gonna love this! Did you know that morning cup of bliss has many surprising health benefits?

Known around the world for its wide variety of delectable tastes and aromas, coffee is one of the most popular beverages on the plant with billions of cups of coffee consumed every day. While coffee is not typically thought of as a healthy drink, it actually has some surprising side effects which are due to its natural chemical components and nutrients.
Some of the most impressive health benefits of coffee include its ability to improve cognitive health, protect the cardiovascular system, reduce the changes of developing diabetes, aid in weight loss efforts, boost …

Exploring Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is a caring, hands-on therapy which seeks to induce relaxation, to increase energy, to reduce the effects of stress and to restore lost balance to mind, body and soul thru the senses of smell, taste and touch.

Some of the health benefits of aromatherapy include its ability to reduce anxiety, ease depression, boost energy levels, speed up the healing process, eliminate headaches, boost …

Start the New Year off right by ditching the toxic ingredients commonly found in household and beauty care products

Many common household and body care products contain harmful ingredients and toxic chemicals.

Do you know what you’re putting on your skin?
Following is a list of ingredients to look out for and avoid.

An old tradition for starting the new year fresh and clean!

A quick and easy meditation for moving the ick out of your life. Pick up a broom and start sweeping!

Pine Boughs – Bringing in the greens

Where did the tradition of cutting a tree and setting it up in the house come from?

Our modern day celebrations come from a mild mix of cultures and seasonal activities. The hanging of greens, such as Holly, Ivy, Mistletoe and Evergreen boughs is an ancient winter tradition with origins predating Christ and the religious holiday of Christmas. It is a custom in which people would bring indoors green boughs and branches to lift people’s spirits sustaining them during the long dark days of winter and remind them…

Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice is the first official day of winter and marks the return of the light with longer days of sunlight. This is the time to plant new ideas, new intentions or ways of being. It’s an excellent time to review what has been working for you and what has not, so you can know what you’d like to create in your life over the next cycle (year). This is where the tradition…

Calendula for Healing

Calendula is a gentle healing herb. It has antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and astringent actions in the body… all making it ideal for the skin. It’s also thought to help heal wounds faster as it increases the oxygen flow to the wound causing the cells to regenerate more quickly.

Natural Skin Care: why a natural self-care routine should be a top priority

Contrary to popular belief, beautiful skin doesn’t come in pretty bottles filled with hormone creams that smell of artificial fragrance. Nor does it come from chemicals designed to dry up acne, such as tetracycline or benzoyl peroxide. Truly beautiful skin comes…

Milk & Honey Bath

Light some candles, put on music to drown out the kiddos, and immerse yourself in a few moments of righteous luxurious glory.You’ll feel so good, so rejuvenated and silky after a luxurious milk honey bath!