I don't know what the future holds for me, but I trust in God's mercy to see me through anything that may come along, so I am at peace, staying in the 'now'. I know I'm still me, I'm feeling great about life, and that's a pretty good way to be old!
Nothing says summer quite like watermelon, but most people only eat it as a stand alone fruit. If you are a busy mom like me, you are always looking for new and interesting ways to feed your family and adding fruit to salads is one of the easiest ways to give your salads a boost with texture, color and best of all, taste.
It's a natural thing for every human being to want: the ability to grow fresh, healthy food anywhere we call home, even if that's in the concrete ju...
In this Chicken Soup For The Soul Moment we bring you something fresh and healthy! The GIVE Project, a non-profit organization in California, starte...
Big business invests a great deal in making their desires known to our government. In order to create change we as citizens must use whatever means available to inform our representatives in government of our own desires for health and wellness.
The experience was nothing short of a thrill.
Since I made that decision to leave the workforce and drive my own professional writing business, doors have just opened. Doors to the kind of opportunities that are helping to shape my future as a writer.
Here are some summer garden plants that should do well with regular maintenance throughout the season.
Browse the entire market first for a quick overview, see what's available and awesome today, then start your buying.
A huge influence in my life growing up as a daughter of Greek immigrant parents was my elementary school crossing guard. Her name was Rosie. She was a salt-n-pepper, thick-boned, swarthy-skinned, second generation Italian-American woman with the biggest heart.
Between the warmer weather and the nighttime cookouts, spring is a constant struggle between wanting to spend time outside and wanting to protect yourself from pesky bugs.
Now that your gardening work is paying off and all that patio furniture is cleaned up and back in place, your outdoor areas are just about done. What are you still missing? Well, here are nine gorgeous garden details and plants that you might want to think about adding.
While I advocate for organic food, I see a rising obsession for certified USDA Organic that is alarming. In other words, anything that doesn't have the organic seal is rejected as "poisonous garbage," and the farmers who produced it labeled as "evil."
Finding a resort in an Italian vineyard is as easy as going on TripAdvisor. But finding a vineyard stay that gives you full immersion in culture, history, tradition and organic, artisan wine is something else.
It's picnic and backyard party season, and where there are BBQs and grilled meats, there MUST also be coleslaw (without mayo!). Something about the...
We should all take a moment to ask ourselves, "how do the products I buy and the companies I support contribute to the Earth's wellbeing?" You CAN make a difference by using organic products that are natural and socially responsible! Below are some of my favorite organic beauty picks to try.