Finally! A homemade pomade without all the parabens, formaldehyde, fragrance, and other undesirable ingredients in the store-bought stuff. And it’s non-greasy!
This homemade foot scrub is great for rough patches winter leaves on your feet. Mix the ingredients together, pour into a glass jar, and use whenever needed!
Wondering about the benefits of Chia Seeds and how to use them? You’re in luck! Here are 20 ways to incorporate them into your diet & realize their health benefits!
This natural homemade baby powder is perfect for those delicate baby rolls that are so difficult to keep clean and dry. This powder smells great and is fun to make!
Learn how to be healthy by understanding how to manage your body’s systems on your own. Similar to your automobile, you can learn to diagnose and repair your body yourself, and you can do it naturally!
These home remedies for congestion and cough are made of a few weeds you’ve probably been pulling and throwing away. Keep them instead and make these simple remedies.
Learn all about grilling! This article includes info on how to grill, what types of grills to use, and uncommon foods to grill. Also included is an amazing dry rub recipe!
With warmer weather comes picnic and grilling season! That means burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, and the like. But don’t forget the homemade ketchup, mustard, mayo, and sweet pickle relish!
Learn how to whiten teeth naturally at home, with activated charcoal. There are definitely some do’s and don’ts to this process, but when done right it really works!
Learn how to make compost tea as a natural weed and feed for your lawn. We have excess lawn weeds because the soil has low nutriment. Hence, we need less herbicides and more nutrients in our soil. Let’s learn how to do just that.
Parsley: a great herb for garnishes and more! Its healthy, green appearance perks up most any plate. But did you know parsley is good for more than garnishes?
Cob house construction is an ancient building technique using lumps of earth mixed with sand, straw, and water. Cob structures can be used as homes, chicken coops, barns, and even smaller ones for ovens.