For those of you needing creative inspiration for growing a garden, where space is limited or where you're not allowed to dig, check out the following space savers:
Ginger is a leafy, flowering plant that produces clusters of yellowish-greenish-purple flowers. The root is the part of the plant that's used for cooking or for medicinal purposes. Ginger can be consumed in its raw form, dried (as a spice), and as a liquid extract. The less processing of ginger, the better; however, manufacturers have … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics: The Benefits of Ginger
I'm on an essential oil kick and have another powerhouse for you today. Check out one of the most versatile essential oils that should be considered one of your keep-on-hand, household items: IMPORTANT NOTE: ALWAYS do your research on safe use and dosage amounts for essential oils as well as consult with a health care … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics: Lavender
Check out this powerhouse of an essential oil: IMPORTANT NOTE: ALWAYS do your research on safe use and dosage amounts for essential oils as well as consult with a health care professional before starting any new medicinal regimen.
Thursdays at Degrees of Maternity are getting a face-lift, y'all! Yes, indeed. I'm giving The Art of People Business series a little break, but it'll be back. Don't you worry. And while it's on its few week hiatus, Back to Natural Basics will be up and running. And, I'm here for it! The Back to … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics
You would think, with all this recent blogging I've been doing about writing, that I'd pushed my health consciousness to the side. I mean you certainly haven't read much from me about how to eat and drink while on a writer's journey, have you? Well, have no fear. Today, I'm here to put any confusion … Continue reading 20 Health Tips for Feeding the Mind
In recognition of the cold and flu invasion I just experienced (albeit, it's only been 4 days and I'm through the worst of it), I thought I'd do a personally relevant reblog . Looks like this cold is running its course sprint style instead of the cold I had last winter, which took on a … Continue reading Reblog – Don’t Hold That Sneeze!
I just completed about 2 weeks worth of letting my winter cold run its course, and I promise you that I put up somewhat of a fight. Over the past few years, I've learned not to be so quick to reach for the quick fix when it comes to applying healing balm for what ails … Continue reading Don’t Hold That Sneeze!
This time of year seems to hit a lot of folks hard in the area of everyday health maintenance. There are so many bacteria and viral antagonists flying around that, to the microscopically-magnified eye, it would appear that we are on the front lines of a highly orchestrated attack from an enemy of which we … Continue reading You’ve Been Briefed