Sometimes you need to take a break, step outside, smell fresh air, have a cup of tea...
It’s right around the corner and if you have children in preschool and kindergarten like I do, you know germ season is brutal, if you don’t have a strong immune system. Don’t wait to feel that little tickle in your throat or bit of congestion, because at that time, it’s too late! The flu symptoms start showing 3-4 days after you’ve been exposed to the virus.
The flu can be avoided naturally by strengthening your immune system with 8 easy steps!
When carving jack-o-lanterns, be sure to save the seeds since they are packed with Omega 3 fatty acids that build strong immunity, and enhance your skin and hair’s natural beauty. They are a good source of protein which helps to stabilize blood sugar levels should you have overindulged in Halloween candy. They also help with weight loss if you really overdid it this season. High in the amino acid tryptophan, which converts into sleep-inducing melatonin, snack on pumpkin seeds to ensure you enjoy a great night’s sleep after all the Halloween festivities are over. Read on to learn how easy it is to make your own toasted pumpkin seeds.
When I woke up this morning it was about 45 degrees and the first thing that I could think about was wanting a cup of coffee. Unfortunately, I don’t drink coffee but I did have a trick up my sleeve.
I found these recipes online and I thought they would be fun to try!
Check it out.
For quite some time I have been thinking about transforming my locks. However, because I have had short hair for the majority of my life, a glass of red wine was needed to ease the transition. (or that’s the excuse I made this time!) It wasn’t the short hair I was afraid of, it was the scissors in an untrusted person’s hand! Well, guess what I mustered up the courage to do today??
Every Saturday I go to my local farmers market to peruse the local organic produce from my favorite farmers who grow fresh, without pesticides and herbicides. (And who are down right fun to get to know.) A few days ago, I posted about the benefits of fall foods, so check out my finds and see what I picked up!