Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Whether it’s the short days and gloomy weather or the bustle of holiday shopping, this time of year can often elicit a bad case of the winter blues. Instead of hibernating through the winter to avoid it, lift your spirits with a natural mood-booster. Here are seven simple ways to […]
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Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger Dabbling in essential oils can be intimidating. Not only are there costs involved, but there are a lot of industry experts out there who make claims that can be confusing. The solution? Blend your own oils for a personal purpose—no pressure for them to perform any medicinal or therapeutic miracles. […]
Posted by Maureen Wise, guest blogger You may think more about conserving water in the summer while watering your veggie garden, filling kiddie pools, and making gallons of lemonade. Although we don’t use nearly as much water outside during winter months, however, this is just as important of a season to assess your usage and consider […]
Posted by Laurie Fanelli, guest blogger Learning how to build a root cellar may start with one thought: “What the heck is a root cellar?” Long before refrigeration, root cellars kept carrots, beets, potatoes, and other root-based vegetables fresh throughout the winter using the cool temperatures and low humidity available underground. Root cellars are still a […]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger It’s that time of year again, when your coworker’s well-timed sneeze makes you want to hide under your desk. With cold and flu season in full swing, it’s nearly impossible to avoid every bug—especially when you work closely with multiple people. Ease your symptoms and make things a little less […]