Nature Knows Best
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.”
As I was fighting those mean old dead vines today I was also praying that anything in my heart that needs to be dealt with would be revealed.
I am writing this on the first day of spring. So many of us are looking forward to the change of season but along with the change of weather can come seasonal allergies after we have hopefully avoided colds and the flu. I remember in Georgia, watching the Slash Pine trees release massive amounts of […]
As I write this it is 14 degrees outside with a much cooler windchill factor. But, spring will be here soon! Many people do a yearly spring cleaning of their home not to mention the amazing opportunities outside for projects and gardening. However, I am here reminding you about the possibility of spring cleaning your […]
You should breathe through your mouth as often as you eat through your nose. Yes, really.
There are so many options available today when it comes to prenatal care and birthing. The choices can get pretty overwhelming, so here’s some help.
My plea to you is not to wait to take it seriously. If you feel like you have a case of mild depression than these tips could help.
Have you ever thought about growing your own food? You’d be shocked how easy it is to get started.
Even during a situation that is not planned for, there are things to keep in mind to aid in a natural recovery.