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  • 14 Best Food Sources Of Vitamin K & Why You Need To Eat More Of Them April 15, 2019
    Vitamins are essential micronutrients that perform many functions within the body. Most significantly, they regulate the thousands of chemical reactions that sustain life – from efficient energy use to the maintenance of healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Each of the 13 vitamins exert unique actions, but often do so in tandem. We know that vitamin […]
  • How To Grow Baskets Full of Raspberries April 11, 2019
    Raspberries are delicious, delicate members in the same botanical family as the rose and the blackberry. Also known as Rubus idaeus, raspberries contain more vitamin C than oranges and are high in fiber. In fact, raspberries have one of the highest fiber content of any plant foods which makes up for about 20% of the […]
  • DIY Melt & Pour Loofah Soap April 4, 2019
    Using loofah soap is a great way to remove dry skin from your body. Skip buying pre-made ones at the store. Make your own custom soaps in less than an hour. What are Loofahs? Loofahs are vegetables. In fact, they are part of the cucumber (Cucurbitaceous) family. Generally referred to as loofah or luffa, this […]
  • The Truth About Celery Juice & Why Everyone’s Drinking It April 3, 2019
    It’s lean, it’s green, and it’s taking over your Instagram feed. Celery juice is the latest diet craze to hit social media. If you’ve seen the wellness headlines and glowing posts about this supposed miracle drink, you may have heard that it can clear acne, promote weight loss, change the body’s pH, and reduce acid […]
  • 17 Genius Ways To Recycle Used Coffee Grounds April 2, 2019
    Coffee is good for more than just waking you up in the morning.  Take a look at this list and find the perfect recycling tips and tricks so you can enjoy your coffee again – even after you’ve finished sipping your morning cup of Joe! You’ll never throw your away your used coffee grounds again after […]
  • 5 Brilliant Ways To Use Wild Daisies March 28, 2019
    No doubt you have passed a field of daisies to stop and admire their beauty. Often considered a weed, daisies are tough plants that survive and even thrive in inhospitable conditions and are resistant to most pests and disease. Not only are these perky little plants robust, but they also have some amazing medicinal and […]
  • 40 Genius Gardening Tools You Never Knew You Needed March 28, 2019
    As the seasons start to change it’s a struggle to avoid getting infected with the gardening bug. You’re in good company if you’re counting down the days until you can dig around in your vegetable beds again. But do you have the tools you need for success? The right equipment can make or break a […]
  • 20 Cut & Come Again Veggies For An Endless Supply Of Free Food March 24, 2019
    People who reside in places with a shorter growing season have come up with many clever ways to extend the harvest –from row covers to cold frames to greenhouses. Succession planting is another way to maximize your vegetable garden’s productivity. Varying by approach, succession planting involves careful consideration of crop type, maturity dates, space, and […]
  • Homemade Sleep Lotion To Induce A Restful Slumber March 21, 2019
    Sleep can be hard to come by for some of us. With about 9 million Americans popping pills for better sleep at night, insomnia has become a major issue. And that’s not including the millions of Americans who have difficulty sleeping and aren’t taking sleeping pills. This sleepy time lotion though uses a relaxing blend […]
  • 10 Brilliant Ways You Can Help Save The Bees March 15, 2019
    ‘The bee is more honored than other animals, not because she labors, but because she labors for others’ – St. John Chrysostom. Not only is the humble bee an incredible pollinator, responsible for helping the growth of some of our favorite treats including coffee and chocolate, but it’s the only insect in the world to […]