Customize your container garden by planting favorites together.
Growing flowers and herbs in the same pot, also referred to as container gardening, can be a fun and interesting hobby with a huge benefit for your culinary tastes: delicious and nutritious ingredients for your favorite recipes.
Children or no children, it is important to always have a natural first aid kit close by! You honestly never know when you might need something to treat sudden illness or an unexpected injury. Especially nowadays in the covid-19 chaos. Some call it a bug-out kit or a survival kit, either way I find a kit of handy remedies is useful all the time – for everyday situations not just emergencies.
Below are the essentials I carry with me. I hope this gives you ideas for creating your own.
Cinnamon is an excellent herb or flavoring to add to your cooking during the cold, deep winter – and especially around Valentine’s day! Did you know that cinnamon is an aphrodisiac? It’s sweet aroma and sensual, delectable taste has been used for centuries to arouse the senses and heighten one’s spirits. This spice was onceContinue reading “Spice things up with tantilizing cinnamon!”
Today is the spring equinox, the traditional first day of spring. What an excellent day to celebrate especially if you are working on manifesting a dream into creation. Whether you are still working with your New Year’s resolution or have lacked off a little, this is a great day to infuse your dreams with a little magic. Learn why and how to create a spring altar
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 …
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…