Reminiscing of holidays past and traditions that have been passed down. Moving away from commercialism and returning to the ways of old for a more meaningful holiday season. Embrace an Old Fashioned Christmas with these 7 decorating ideas.
Are you used to eating cranberry sauce from a can? Well I’m here to change all of that for you with our crazy simple homemade Cranberry Sauce with Fresh Herbs. After you try this recipe, you’ll never buy from a can again!
We all know veggies are good for us, but nutritional values make some of them better vegetables for weight loss. Not that you need to lose weight, but we can all use a little help getting or staying in shape, right?
I’ve picked some vegetables to grow for weight loss to help inspire you. If you don’t grow your own then you know how expensive it is to purchase organic veggies, if you can find them. Growing your own is easy and can be done in all kinds of different spaces.
When we think about weight loss, one of the first things to come to mind is the tomato. What’s a salad without one, right? A BLT wouldn’t be same without it or one of my personal favorites, a tomato sandwich.
The tomato isn’t truly a vegetable, it’s classified as a fruit, but what vegetable garden would be complete without it? Since everyone already thinks of the tomato as a vegetable for weight loss, I didn’t pick it and other obvious ones to share with you.
It’s the time of year for creepy crawly critters to be out biting and stinging. Our body’s response to the bites and stings can range from itching and stinging to burning or pain. 5 years ago, I received my first ever red wasp sting and was stunned at the pain it caused. I was thankful for reliable home remedies to treat bug bites and stings.
As for my husband. he must taste like candy to mosquitos. When we’re outside during mosquito season, they seem to signal all their buddies, “He’s outside”. I know you’re probably thinking I’m exaggerating, but where I may get a bite or two, he’s covered in bites. He wants to kill the itch quickly, who doesn’t, so we need a reliable home remedy on hand.
Since we don’t use chemical remedies, we’ve come to depend on quite a few home remedies to treat bug bites and stings. It’s interesting to me how some home remedies work better than others on different people. I’m not sure if it’s related to different skin types, the oiliness of the skin, or exactly what makes the difference but it’s a fact.