In that never ending quest to get organized, here are 10 helpful ways I’ve been able to banish paper clutter in my house. It’s not magic, you still need to do some work, but it’s made a tremendous difference! Continue reading
This goes out to anyone who is dealing with chronic illness, pain, depression or anxiety. This is for anyone who has trouble getting of bed sometimes whether mentally or physically. This is for anyone who has ever been told not to tell anyone that anything is wrong because Continue reading
These days many of the bug repellants on the market are almost as harmful as the viruses that we’re trying to prevent! There have been many articles citing the dangers of DEET and metofluthrin and other questionable ingredients. The scary thing is we’re spraying these chemicals on our skin, (the largest organ of your body) then rubbing them in! Well here’s my DIY Insect repellant recipe, that you can spray on your skin safely, smell good and repel bugs at the same time. Continue reading
These are eight delicious and easy vegetarian (and vegan) recipes that will make any summer BBQ host happy. They are also great to bring if you are one of the few vegetarians invited, but you want to be able to comfortably share. Continue reading
This is going to sound like blasphemy to many in the natural hair community, but I really don’t care how long my hair is. Seriously. I’ve been natural since before the web was invented and I can honestly tell you, I really don’t care. Continue reading
It took me awhile for me to get into this trend, because I was confused as to why anyone would want to eat cold oatmeal. But after some trial and error, and a comment on my Vegan Chocolate Breakfast Pudding, I am now one of the converted. This stuff is not just for breakfast either. I’ve had variations of this recipe for lunch, great for traveling and taking to work and even a late night snack. And if you don’t want it cold, heat it up in the microwave or on the stove! It’s still delish. Continue reading
Read that again. Anyone can have a stroke. Your chances of having a stroke are higher if you fall into a higher risk factor category. And yes, there are things that you can do to lower your risk of having a stroke.