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?
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Adult life taught me to work hard and play hard. In my 20's and 30's, that meant 60-100 weekly hours between FT office hours & FT college attendance and studies. Raising a family was added to the mix. Play time was rare, but when available, we went hard: parties, wet and/or jiggly contests, happy hour … Continue reading Mon. Minder: It’s National Safety Month. Don’t swing from the chandeliers or loose a battle w/a latex dress.
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