I have had these two quotes sitting next to my computer for a couple of weeks. I have read and reread them, thought about them, and I am finally sharing them.
This is from my mother’s yearbook, in 1935-36:
“If I do not keep step with my companions it is because I hear a different . . . → Read More: A Couple of Quotes to Make You Think
What is a promise? A promise can take a multitude of forms: vows, advertising, agreements, contracts, etc. And, a promise can be absolute or conditional. A promise can be written, a hand shake, verbal, non-verbal, a formal agreement, a memorandum of understanding, etc. Each dictionary I checked had a slightly different main definition and their definitions were in different orders. . . . → Read More: Promises, Promises
I turned 40 this last week. I can tell you it is an age I have been alternately dreading and anticipating; dreading because I feel like I should have experienced more and grown more as a person by the time I reached 40 and excited for what I have accomplished and learned so far.
This . . . → Read More: Milestones or moments?
In the last few weeks, I have been struck by the awesomeness of my friends, family and coworkers. Looking back at my life, I can pinpoint when I was happiest and when I was not happy by remembering the people I was connected with and how I felt when I was with them.
“We are . . . → Read More: Surrounding yourself with amazing people
Here I go again. Coconut oil and everything else coconut—is now being seen as good! When I first wrote about coconut back in 2010, I could hardly find it, even in health food stores—and even if I could it was still in the “bad” fats list of many. (Such as Sunflowers’* newsletter.) I had to . . . → Read More: Everyone is Seeing the Light: Coconut Oil is Good for You
“I err, therefore I am.” St. Augustine . . . → Read More: Knowers and Learners – A Different View
Our store is going through a remodel. Inevitably, this evokes complaints: “Why are you changing things? Didn’t you just do this?”; “If you change the store one more time, I’m not shopping here anymore.”; “I just figured out where everything is, and you change it!”. About 1/3 of my customers have reactions like this. Another . . . → Read More: Here Comes the Flood!
I read an article about oregano, probably in an email or on FB—it’s title is what caught my eye and interest— “Oregano – One of the Most Beneficial Spices For Our Health With 4 Times the Antioxidant Potency of Blueberries”. This is written by Karen Foster and posted on her web page.
I found her . . . → Read More: Oregano – Not Just for Pizza – Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, and Full of Nutrients
Has anyone tried kimchi, yet? If not, that’s okay, it’s not the most accessible food. I have something else for you to try to boost your digestive system: Kefir. It’s a yogurt-like beverage, similar in taste and that it’s usually made from dairy products. But it’s better than yogurt in at least a few . . . → Read More: Too Many Benefits to List – Kefir may be the Best Probiotic
As the summer fades and the cold sets in, we retreat to our homes and offices. But the lack of fresh air and the abundance of chemicals in recycled and filtered air could do us more harm than the cold. Houseplants could be the answer!
I will not pretend I am educated on all houseplants. . . . → Read More: Need to breathe? Buy a plant!