A 1-minute read... Creatures rise at the new dawn and live fearlessly. Their basic needs (i.e. food, safety, and procreation) are met daily, with routine action and little thought. Imagine how much greater our lives can be with just a bit more planning! We have the ability to assess our environment, adapt to it, and … Continue reading Thu. Think: Reinvent Yourself Daily for Success
So, I bet a few folks thought this post was about hydroponic growth of herbs. GOTCHA!! Although that topic is very interesting [and may be covered another time], this post is about hydro-, the Greek root word for water, and all of its supreme benefits for our bodies. See below. Water is used: To … Continue reading Tue. Touch: Hydro – It Gives a Different Kind of Boost (1-min read)
Run! Something crazy is happening, and you need to get out of there - NOW! Sometimes leaving a situation is the best thing you can do. It's true: absence can make the heart grow fonder. But when do you have time to get away? The responsibilities of work, home, and other places can leave us … Continue reading Sat. Solace: Mysterious Disappearances Might be Simple Magic or Sanity Savers
Read a health trend in the 2017 Farmer's Almanac (p. 27) that notes such a thing. It also notes the scarcity of doctors, the use of medicinal herbs, guidebooks, and successful handwritten remedies. It's interesting how society moved away from such care and, now, makes a gradual return. Aromatherapy is great for respiratory ailments. Consider … Continue reading Tue. Touch: Did you know healthcare was women’s duty in the 1700’s?
Fast food is convenient: it's quick, doesn't take much thought, and the taste is mediocre. Is that what you think of yourself? If not, don't feed yourself junk. It's the wrong message to yourself - and to the ones you love. Take time to prepare. Expect wholesomeness. Get value (not just bang) for your buck. … Continue reading Fri. Flirt: Fast Food Isn’t a Gesture of Love
High-noon sun and little water make way for a perfect desert. This isn't what we want for our skin. Hydrate - keep your skin supple by drinking plenty of water. Exfoliate - remove mature skin cells at the skin's surface by using reliable products. I like natural ingredients (ex. sugar, ground almond, loofah); they are great … Continue reading Tue. Touch: 1st Impressions – Summer Skin Care
DID YOU KNOW COFFEE IS GREAT FOR GARDENING? Click HERE for details (article courtesy of Youngevity). HAVE YOU WONDERED WHY COFFEE SMELLS SO GOOD? New studies show how the aroma affects genes and proteins in our brain. See this article link at WebMD. HOW DO YOU MAKE MONEY WITH COFFEE? Stocks are an option. Trying the Youngevity … Continue reading More Than a Hill o’ Beans – Excellent Uses for Coffee