Wheatgrass Juice: The Remarkable Benefits & How To Grow Your Own Wheatgrass

If you are not familiar with wheatgrass you might think it odd that someone would suggest you actually eat grass. Truth be told, wheatgrass is actually a delicious and nutritious superfood that is beneficial to any healthy diet. What’s even better, you can grow your own wheatgrass with minimal effort. What Is Wheatgrass? Wheatgrass is the edible young grass from the wheat plant triticum aestivum.… [read more]

15 Natural Ways To Grow Thicker, Longer Eyelashes

Have you ever known someone who just has beautiful, long and healthy eyelashes naturally? What girl doesn’t dream of full and gorgeous eyelashes? The truth is, most people who have long and beautiful eyelashes have put some time and effort into them. The good news is, you too can have long, full and beautiful eyelashes by using some of these tried and true natural beauty… [read more]

18 Things Every Woman Should Know About Menopause

Just as it is important to know what to expect when you are expecting, it is equally important to know what to expect when you hit the transition point in your life. Menopause, commonly referred to as a time of renewal, the change or the start of the next half of your life, is defined by the absence of a menstrual period for one year.… [read more]

4 Critters That Eat Mosquitoes & How To Attract Them To Your Garden

Ah, summertime. The weather is warm, the flowers are blooming and the barbeques and summer gatherings are in full swing. One unwelcome guest, however, the mosquito has this way of really turning a good outdoor party on its head. Besides creating a landscape that is repulsive to mosquitoes by using plants, citronella candles, and other homemade recipes to deter this blood-sucking pest, there is one… [read more]

11 Myths That May Be Harming Your Hair Health

Do you long for luscious and healthy locks? You probably strive, like most of us, to stay on top of the latest on how to keep your hair looking its best. However, the what to do and the what not to with your hair can sometimes get confusing as there is so much information circulating on the Internet. If you are like me, you have… [read more]

4 Houseplants You Can Easily Propagate From Cuttings

If you are like me, you have a number of houseplants that you just love. I know that there is nothing that makes me happier than watching my houseplants thrive, especially when it is cold and dreary outside. Houseplants just have a way of cheering us up and making us smile. Not to mention the health benefits they bring by taking up carbon dioxide and… [read more]

6 Reasons To Make Compost Tea & How To Do It

If you are a gardener you have probably heard of something called compost tea. What you most certainly do know is that your crop, your harvest, will only be as healthy as the soil in which it is grown. Without attention to the soil, your produce will lack vitality and even nutrients. This is where compost comes into play. Adding organic matter back into your… [read more]

How To Grow An Abundant Supply Of Kale

Kale, a member of the brassica family and a cool season veggie, is one of my favorite greens. Not just because it looks so great in the garden and is easy to grow, but also because it is delicious, versatile, hardy and loaded with great nutrition. I put kale in smoothies, salads, soups and stews and also enjoy baked kale chips for a healthy snack.… [read more]

21 Best Ways To Keep Mosquitoes Away From You, Your Home & Garden

Ah, summertime, time for backyard parties, swimming, fishing, camping, hiking and all the joys that warm weather, family, and friends bring. Unfortunately, with summer also comes the all too familiar battle of man against the mosquito. Depending on where you live mosquitoes can be anything from an occasional nuisance to a full-blown enemy you have declared war upon. The good news is, there are a… [read more]

How To Grow Asparagus: The Delicious Vegetable That Grows Back Every Year

Growing asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) requires patience but boy, is the payoff worth it. Although it takes up to three years to really get going, this perennial plant will produce a bountiful harvest year after year for up to 30 years. In addition, the plant itself is quite attractive with a long feather-like top that turns a warm golden hue in the fall and makes a… [read more]