A loss is a loss, whether it’s a human or a pet. We lost our pet dog recently, and it has been heartbreaking, which happened during our break from blogging. However, we learned to cope and reconcile. Grieving the loss of a pet is natural but understanding the grieving process and its characteristics help us to deal with it. This post is about our experiences of losing a pet and a collection of best coping advice from around the web. ~ Ed. Snoopy, our dearest pet dog, a senior member of our family Read more [...]
While it doesn’t look much like summer here yet, I’ve crafted the perfect morning yoga playlist for when it is.
It’s Saturday morning here in Oslo, and I have to admit, the constant rain outside is starting to get to me a little. I’m longing for sunshine, vegan and organic popsicles, oceanside walks and warm summer evenings. I suppose I should have known what I was getting into when I decided to move so close to the North Pole. That being said, I wanted to have a sunshine vibe Read more [...]
Most people, especially women, assume they have a calcium deficiency or need more calcium. It's essential for strong bones and teeth, and it feels like every single breakfast food is fortified with it. That's because we so desperately need it, right? Surprisingly, most of us are already getting enough of this important mineral.In fact, some people may be getting too much calcium.Our current calcium-sufficiency is a result of a large push by the dairy industry years ago to promote milk products as Read more [...]
Transportation is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., leading many to believe that the best way to reduce their carbon footprint is by finding alternatives to driving and making other eco-friendly tweaks to their commuting habits. A new study, however, suggests that we could all make a lot more progress in the short term by changing the way we eat.
A team of researchers found that if Americans swapped out beef instead for beans, the country could reach Read more [...]
New around here? Get my monthly newsletter for even more green beauty goodness. Thanks for visiting!As the weather warms up, the idea of “a healthy glow” means fewer, better products that enhance the skin’s natural colors and radiance without feeling heavy or overly “done.”
Recently, I shared five natural makeup picks with my friends at Kansas City Spaces magazine. These are my tried-and-true multipurpose products that keep me looking fresh.
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Hi lovies! This fitness vlog is all about living a productive & healthy life while showing you what I eat in a day. Today was busy and packed with lots to do so I thought I'd show you so you can see that you can be busy & stay healthy all at the same time. It is possible to eat well and be productive so being too busy to workout and eat well is no longer an excuse - you have to make time and trust me it's worth it!
xx, Tori Sterling
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You’ve likely heard it before: The United States is in the middle of a drug epidemic that’s largely fueled by opioids. But startling new data shows just how terrible this problem has gotten. Drug overdose deaths appear to have risen nearly 20 percent from 2015 to 2016, possibly making them the leading cause of death for people under 50, according to early data compiled by The New York Times. By the Times’ estimate, there were 59,000 drug overdose deaths in 2016, potentially making this the Read more [...]
Millions and millions of gallons of organic milk contain industrial-brewed ingredients to beef up nutritional values.
When you buy a carton of organic milk, chances are you think you’re getting a carton of pure organic milk. And if you’re splurging on organic milk with DHA Omega-3 fatty acids to support brain health—and who doesn’t want their brain health supported?—chances are you think that those healthy bits are coming courtesy of healthy grass-fed cows. But as Peter Read more [...]
Presented by James Osborne, Assistant Professor of Anatolian Archaeology, Oriental Institute.
The Syro-Anatolian City States: A Neglected Iron Age Culture
The Iron Age kingdoms of the Syro-Anatolian culture were among the Near East's wealthiest and most important of the time. Yet today they are mostly ignored by all but specialists, overshadowed in the modern imagination by their contemporaries, the Neo-Assyrian Empire and biblical Israel. This lecture presents the many artistic and architectural Read more [...]
New around here? Get my monthly newsletter for even more green beauty goodness. Thanks for visiting!If you’re ready to streamline your evening routine with a cream that promises moisturizing, retexturizing and toning, BioRecept BioStrata de Peau should be at the top of your list.
A savior for those of us battling both acne and the first signs of aging, BioRecept BioStrata de Peau takes advantage of glycolic, lactic and hyaluronic acids to keep skin bright, clean and hydrated.
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Stefan Molyneux explains a simple and undiscussed mechanism which has lead to the erosion of western culture and values. Hint: You're being forced to pay for it!
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During my decision-making process of whether or not to have a preventive double mastectomy based on my family history of breast cancer, my surgeon told me one fact that particularly distressed me: “You won’t be able to do push-ups after this procedure.”As a personal fitness trainer and mother who prided herself on beating her teenage sons in push-up contests, the thought of not being able to do push-ups killed me. But it was broader than that. I knew his statement meant that my body wouldn’t Read more [...]
“Clean my appliances?” you may ask. “I thought they were supposed to make life easier, not harder!!” Well, yes. But occasionally cleaning appliances will not only keep them fresher and cleaner, it will also help them work more efficiently and last longer. And it’s a simple procedure once you know how. Here are a few appliances that are likely getting ignored during spring cleaning chores, but shouldn’t be.
1. Washing Machines
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