Let’s learn how to stay hydrated, even in the winter. Because in the winter, dehydration is very common but we’re less aware of it than we are in the heat of the summer.
Herbs for memory are not new, they were often utilized for their memory increasing capacity. Some are common to us today and others may come as a surprise!
These natural relaxation techniques will help you wind down from the holidays, or from whatever has you wound up. They’re simple, inexpensive, and easy to employ!
I make homemade moisturizer because commercial products contain petroleum byproducts that dry the skin and I need a natural product that moisturizes better.
You’ll be happy to know that homemade vanilla extract, and peppermint extract, and stevia extract, and ANY extract, is really simple and inexpensive to make. You’ll love how simple the instructions truly are!
I’m a big fan of homemade Christmas decorations, especially if they can be used year around! We have narrowed it down to this list of ideas that do just that!
There are many reasons to learn how to make a terrarium! They make great gifts, they’re pretty, easily personalized, and–did I mention–easy to take care of?!
Recipe for Prickly pear juice and prickly pear syrup along with some fun and useful health facts about the fruit. You will also be surprised at its hardiness!
The health benefits of nuts are touted everywhere, but what about healthy nuts for the holidays? Here are 3 of my favorites, and a cinnamon walnut recipe!
Another DIY Christmas Gifts article, this one helps you surprise loved ones with homemade beauty products! 4 recipes to make now and have ready for Christmas!
This homemade eggnog recipe has become a family tradition, and although the name “eggnog” sounds gross, this rendition of the special holiday drink is delicious!
Natural DIY Christmas gifts for everyone you know–helping to relieve some of your holiday stress by giving you gift ideas for ALL the people in your life!
Yes! The health benefits of cinnamon can be just as amazing as the Internet suggests. And yes! It matters which type of cinnamon you use for a supplement–learn all about it here.
Calendula Officinalis–a versatile, useful, medicinal plant species–is a powerful group of pretty plants, useful in soap making, lotions, balms, and more. Also included is a Calendula Infused Oil recipe!