Nature Knows Best
Last week was mental health awareness week and I have been contemplating this subject from a natural perspective. Research suggests there are tens of millions of Americans suffering from a mental illness while only half receive treatment. Mental illnesses should be taken just as seriously as a physical ailment. In fact, physical, emotional and mental…
Brooke talks about the importance of speaking out about your rights, freedoms and beliefs, and of registering to vote.
In our culture, busyness seems to be glorified. Our plates are overflowing; so, what can we do about it?
I never knew my grandpa healthy. While I spent a lot of time with him, he was a huge mystery to my little mind and heart. Sadly, there are probably millions of stories like mine.
While there’s much more to humans than water, it did get me thinking. If I learned anything from having a husband and father who are both horticulturists it’s this; pH levels matter.
Before long, packing a lunch for school will get boring and monotonous. Here are some ideas to keep them great and healthy! Includes a free recipe for Texas Caviar!
Along with insulin pumps and monitors, there’s another way to get help for diabetics—a dog!
Having teenagers can be stressful, but the rewards come in having them go on to become healthy, thriving adults. Here are six tips to help you get there, include a couple that might surprise you.
Recently, I found myself sick due to dehydration. Take these tips to heart so you don’t fall into a similar situation.
Sapulpa Schools Superintendent Robert Armstrong commended Shawna Keizer, saying “this is one example of a dedicated staff member who wants to go above and beyond for her students and reach out and do something far beyond the scope of her job.”