Thursday, June 11, 2020

The Top 5 Overlooked Reasons You're Not Losing Weight

Have you tried everything possible to lose weight, but still aren't seeing any positive results? One of the most frustrating aspects of any diet, or exercise regimen, is putting your all into it and not seeing weight reduction. It's at this point that most people give up. Before you throw in the towel, make sure you've considered any underlying causes that could be thwarting your efforts. Here are five overlooked reasons you may not be losing weight.

Friday, June 5, 2020

Journaling Your COVID-19 Experience



The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed how people view daily life. This is true of other generations who experienced world-shaping events. One of the most unique ways you can understand and cope at this time is to put into words how the pandemic has personally touched your life. Mental health experts agree that journaling in the time of COVID-19 is a healthy way to examine your feelings and an invaluable way to gain perspective for the future. A writer can choose how to articulate a personal journey through creative expression. The important outcome is that individuals gain a sense of purpose and meaning as they commit personal stories to words.

Thursday, May 28, 2020

5 Ways to Live Your Best Life at Any Age


Planning your retirement means you'll finally have the time to do the things you never quite had time to do. Whether that means exploring the world around you or simply taking the time to look back on a life well lived and appreciate all that you've experienced, living your best life is possible at any age. Here are five tips for doing just that.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Adding Value To Your House



Adding value to your house can help you get more money if you want to refinance or sell it. Small improvements can lead to a great payoff in the long run. Here are a few ways you can do this.

Improve the Curb Appeal

The first thing anyone sees as they come to your house is the landscape. Mow your lawn and keep it to a manageable level. Repair broken siding, trim, and shingles. This improves the appearance of your structure as well as protects it from damage. Keep bushes trimmed and plants weeded so they are appealing to passersby. Fill the cracks in your sidewalks and driveway. This keeps visitors from tripping and injuring themselves. During the winter, keep these surfaces shoveled and sanded to prevent them from slipping.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Four Eco-Friendly Dog Grooming Tips


As a dog owner, you probably love when your dog smells clean and fresh. Keeping them clean during all different kinds of weather might mean you have to bathe them twice a week or more, depending on how much you get them outside. However, using a lot of shampoo, soap, and other products can contribute to pollution, both in the waterways and in landfills. If you haven’t thought about it before, you may want to consider taking on the grooming duties but with less environmental impact. 

Some owners need a professional groomer to help out once in a while, especially if your dog is fussy while being groomed. Trained and educated staff can help with anxious pups for more specific services you wouldn’t want to necessarily do yourself without the right knowledge.

For those other times when you can handle the grooming duties yourself and want to leave less of an environmental footprint, here are the top four tips for eco-friendly grooming. 

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

28 Easy Vegan Kids Lunch Ideas Especially for Picky Eaters



Here's a list of easy kids lunch ideas especially for picky eaters. We have 14 tasty plant based lunch ideas kids generally seem to like, then we add fruit and snacks for a lunch that is both filling, healthy, and fun.

Vegan Kids Lunches (mains):

  1. Peanut Butter and Jelly
  2. Almond Butter and Jam
  3. Cashew Butter and Fruit Preserves
  4. Peanut Butter and Apple Slices
  5. Almond Butter and Strawberry Slices
  6. Cashew Butter and Banana Slices
  7. Banana Rolled in a Tortilla with Sunflower Butter
  8. Field Roast Mini Corn Dogs
  9. Gardein Crispy Tenders
  10. Tofurky and Chao Cheese
  11. Yves Ham and Follow Your Heart Cheese
  12. Lunchable-style - Crackers, Vegan Meat, Vegan Cheese
  13. Field Roast or Lightlife Hot Dog(s) with a bun or bread or Sliced into bite sized pieces
  14. Pasta with vegan butter and Spaghetti Sprinkle on top
Both of my kids are vegan. They are in preschool and 2nd grade and are both picky eaters which in one way, makes it kind of easy because they don't care for a lot of new foods or variety. We have a quick list of simple, palatable foods that they like as mains above. Then I fill the lunchbox with fruit, snacks, and a little something sweet every day. Here are 30 of our Vegan Kids Lunches:

3 Home Security Tips for an Eco-Friendly Home


Home security is crucial, but it still doesn’t have to sacrifice the environment. There are ways to reduce your carbon footprint in the actions you take to protect your home and your family members against threats like an intrusion, burglary or a natural disaster. While effective home security systems will always rely on technology and the energy that powers it, here are three ways of securing your home with great equipment without raising your home’s energy expenditure.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

4 Holistic Ways to Take Care of Your Body During Recovery


Recovery is different to all of us; no human being is the same and what works for one may not have the same impact for someone else. What does this mean, then? Well, it means we need to be careful and treat our body with the utmost of care when recovering from an illness or accident.
Whether it’s a small issue like muscle soreness from a workout, you’re recovering from a cold or needing time off to recuperate from an injury, here are a few holistic ways that may help you heal.

Monday, January 6, 2020

7 Tips for Attracting Nature to Your Garden


A garden is a place for relaxation, entertaining, fun and possibly even a place to grow food and vegetables, but it also gives us the opportunity to enjoy the beauty and excitement of nature. Protecting our natural wildlife is a big priority for lots of organisations, but what can individuals do if they want to help? Luckily, there are plenty of ways to attract nature into your garden and provide a haven for our wonderful bugs, birds, and mammals in which to thrive. If you are hoping to encourage more wildlife into your garden this year, here are seven tips to get you started. 


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