Learn how to get rid of fruit flies and 5 other household tips like getting rid of mold/mildew, reducing pet dander, and keeping pollen out of the house.
Elderberry benefits us in many ways. Nowadays we use it as an antibiotic against the flu and many other sicknesses, but did you know about it’s spooky past?
Tips for making your Keurig more sustainable and less of an environmental burden. Single-serve coffee machines can be wasteful, but they don’t have to be!
Homemade Kahlua is one of my favorite gifts for friends, both old and new. This coffee/vanilla flavored goodie mixes well in many favorite wintertime drinks!
Learn how to boost immune system with homemade tincture. We offer a few tips, several methods for making tincture, and a recipe for immune boosting tincture.
A Steam sauna is a natural, therapeutic way to relieve colds and allergies. We reveal that and several herbal combinations for a variety of therapeutic steams.
Local honey for allergies is great, especially if it’s raw and collected in season. But is non-local without benefits? We examine this and 2 other honey myths.
Learning how to clarify butter and how to make ghee are similar tasks. Making ghee just means a bit more cooking (and perhaps spices) than clarified butter.
Fall always gets me thinking about the upcoming holidays. Turkey is right up there on my list, along with mashed potatoes, gravy, and home made stuffing. And the stuffing has…
Learn how to make soap at home and perfect it using 25 tips from expert soap maker Deb Maslowski. Her advice will help you avoid pitfalls and make great soap!
Making bitters from hops is a great idea because the hop vine, often used to brew craft beer, is an excellent sleep aid and also helps digestive ailments.
Luckily learning how to clean a jetted tub is simple and doesn’t take a lot of supplies. I’m sure you already have everything you need–baking soda and vinegar.
Learn how to make pumpkin puree because pureeing it is the easiest way to enjoy it. It’s simple, delicious, and you can store in your freezer for use all year!
Before you know it, fall leaves will be everywhere! The colors are beautiful but each year I’m left with the same question–what to do with all these leaves?