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It seemed like an eye-opening idea to wonder about the phrase “to become as a child.” What is this about? Obviously it concerns children and the focus, in this moment, is with their eyes. Without having any actual photographs of infants or very young children around the house, magazine pictures…
It’s the grabbing pain in the back of your leg, the extreme tightness that pulls at your back when you bend over, the restriction that keeps you from doing what you love, be it running, walking, Zumba or even yoga; maybe you find yourself sitting the majority of the day…
Olives contain vitamin E, polyphenols and additional natural antioxidants, which serve as natural preservatives, delaying the onset of oxidation and rancidity in olive oil. Polyphenols are powerful antioxidants from plant foods that can be found in a variety of foods such as berries, olives, cocoa (cacao is best), grapes, wine,…
Did you know that pumpkins are one of the most useful vegetables for your carnivore cat and omnivorous dog? Stock up in fall when they are plentiful and economical. You will be amazed at how the incorporation of this food into your pet’s menu can enhance his or her well-being!…
This recipe is just great for the post-lunch or dinner dessert. So satisfyingly and nutritiously delicious! Ingredients 12 ounces of dark chocolate chips (preferably organic) 1 cup of natural peanut butter (or SunButter, in case of nut allergy) ⅓ cup of coconut oil (or butter, if preferred) Instructions Line a…
“Be careful how you are talking about yourself, because you are listening.” —Lisa Hayes Are you your own worst enemy? Do you find yourself putting the worst possible spin on things? Do you find yourself exhausted, anxious and stressed? If so, you are probably a master at negative thinking! What’s…
Prior to the discovery of kerosene and the invention of the light bulb, indoor illumination was dominated by candles, fireplaces and oil lamps. Much of the oil for those lamps came from whales. As a result, whales were hunted around the globe for their blubber. While in some cultures whale…
A lot of folks will say they don’t care what happens to their bodies after they die, but they do care about the health and enjoyment of those who will survive them. How about a green funeral? Here are 10 ways to planning a greener funeral. 1. Give your business…
The feelings of grief When my wife died of breast cancer, those initial moments were filled with shock and numbness, with a dose of disbelief. I knew she would eventually die, but now? Yet when it happened, I found that nothing could have prepared me for the event. A part…
I was invited to play at the Bette Brinn Museum last week. Having left the school system a few years ago, and with my children “grown-up” (definition to be determined), it was an experience with which I was unfamiliar. What I did know was it was about play, and who…
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