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The 4 Best Natural Flu Remedies
Sun, 26/01/14 – 12:03 | No Comment

Why just these four? Because, from my research, they are the kings and queens of prevention for viral infections, and they are considered safe to ingest. Some essential oils, while highly anti-viral, may not be …

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How to Wash Silk
Wed, 30/10/13 – 7:48 | No Comment

Silk is an acidic fabric and sensitive to alkaline materials, such as baking soda, borax, and washing soda.

Any harsh lye-based soap with a pH above 10 will destroy silk. Hand wash silk in a sink by gently swirling the clothes in cool water; never twist or wring silk.

A mild liquid castile soap, such as Dr. Bronner’s baby soap, is best for...

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Enhance Office Performance with Color
Wed, 25/07/12 – 13:59 | 2 Comments
Enhance Office Performance with Color

Everything has a vibration uniquely its own. Offices have a lot of unnatural vibrations from the deluge of electronic equipment.
To help offset this, surround yourself with vibrations that are harmonious to your own body’s …

Basic Skin Freshener Formula
Fri, 20/07/12 – 15:32 | 2 Comments
Basic Skin Freshener Formula

Brutal summer
heat and drought add up to needing whatever help we can get to feel refreshed. Refreshing and stimulating for the skin because of the menthol herbs, this freshener also hydrates.
10 drops each peppermint and …

3 DIY Nontoxic Garden Pest Sprays
Fri, 18/05/12 – 8:04 | One Comment
3 DIY Nontoxic Garden Pest Sprays

A few bugs won’t hurt most plants. Sometimes simple solutions for less toxic living are there if you just think long enough. Hosing bugs off a plant is often all that is needed.
There are many …

Deepak Wellbeing: Accept Your Natural State
Fri, 23/12/11 – 9:32 | One Comment
Deepak Wellbeing:  Accept Your Natural State

By Deepak Chopra and Annie B. Bond
Within You: Jesus and the Self
Jesus devoted many teachings to the subject of the self, meaning the bundle of aspects we call “me.” In this bundle are wrapped the …

Deepak Wellbeing: Creating Your Reality
Mon, 19/12/11 – 16:34 | No Comment
Deepak Wellbeing: Creating Your Reality

By Deepak Chopra and Annie B. Bond
Within You
Imagine that your nervous system is hardware, and all the chemical changes that occur in your body are the software. The software, or program changes according to your …

November Sunrise, Upstate NY
Tue, 29/11/11 – 7:21 | No Comment
November Sunrise, Upstate NY

What an astonishing sunrise on November, 28, in Rhinebeck, NY! This rivals an amazing sunset I saw last month on an island in Thailand, and this sunrise was at my front door! I guess …

Climate Change?
Sun, 16/10/11 – 15:34 | 2 Comments
Climate Change?

By Carolyn Keck
Yes, I’ve read the articles and listened to the reports and watched the documentaries. I really do believe it’s happening but from my little home in the woods of Vermont I …

Harvest is so bittersweet
Sat, 8/10/11 – 7:25 | No Comment
Harvest is so bittersweet

My serrano pepper plants are still lush and covered with peppers but now, having had our first frost, I know their days are numbered and I, caught up in the ever hectic pace of life, …

First Frost
Wed, 28/09/11 – 20:03 | 2 Comments
First Frost

By Carolyn Keck
I heard the geese last night.  The air is still and cold.  Getting colder. The last wood thrush has gone – several weeks ago now – and the hummingbirds have left. My father …

GreenGuard Certification – Guide for Interior Products
Sat, 17/09/11 – 3:45 | One Comment
GreenGuard Certification – Guide for Interior Products

Fall is finally on its way, which means gradually, more time will be spent indoors. People already spend, on average, almost 90% of their time inside. Most would assume the outdoors is where you are …