I came up with this homemade celery salt recipe because it’s my go-to seasoning when I cook, and the ingredients in commercial brands had anti-caking agents and fillers, which should never be listed ingredients in food.
I make homemade sweetened condensed milk because most commercial brands contain high fructose corn syrup and are high in sodium. I love to use this recipe in my baking, it makes my cookie bars moist and delicious!
I use homemade clay instead of using commercial polymer clay when making jewelry because polymer clay has a bunch of chemicals that cannot be good for touching or baking! Below is my recipe along with a few polymer clay ideas to try. Enjoy!
Whether Oil pulling with coconut oil or other oils, the practice is beneficial in so many ways. Let’s discover this time honored practice, learn how it works, and explore it’s many health benefits so we can start reaping them ASAP!
These homemade wipes will work on a variety of surfaces, not just shopping carts! I use them in public restrooms, in the car, on yucky messes, and way more. They’re an awesome thing to keep in your hand bag, you never know when you’ll need a wipe!
This article shares the creative things I do to get my child to ingest herbal supplements while he’s at school. As a young mother I naively believed they would willingly drink my healthy concoctions, but the first time I tried proved disastrous! Enjoy these tips I developed to make it happen!
I make a homemade inhaler because no matter what time of year it is, noses can get stuffy. Whether it’s sinus trouble, allergies, or common cold, this DIY inhaler works wonders. And it’s so simple I wish I would’ve thought of it sooner!
This homemade sugar scrub is great for use on hands and feet. We made it a coffee sugar scrub because we love the smell the coffee imparts. This scrub also makes a great gift, especially around Valentine’s Day!
My favorite way to use black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) isn’t as the well known menopausal remedy. I love it for its anodyne (pain relieving) and anti-inflammatory properties in association with back pain.
Deciding when to keep a child home from school isn’t always as easy as it sounds. I put together this reference guide to help you decide if/when they’re well enough to go back to school.