Do It Yourself and create arts, crafts, recipes, and at home workouts with the Longevity DIY guide.
Done With Coffee? Try Matcha!
When I tell people my go-to drink is matcha, I get the same responses, which I’d like to address. What is Matcha? It’s finely ground green tea. Unlike green tea leaves, they’re shade-grown and for weeks before harvesting. It comes in powder form.
Three Simple Ways to Lose Weight when Menopause is in Full Swing
I want to be very clear here. The main culprit of weight gain is the result of lifestyle and nutrition habits. Sometimes we can slack off as we get a bit older, and let’s be honest — we are more time-poor than ever.
Losing Weight 1st Steps
We discussed the importance of exercise in my last weight-loss piece. Without it, don't even think about starting a weight-loss program! But what kind of exercise should you do? Here I have a list of helpful tips and hints to help you get the most out of your exercise (and weight-loss) efforts. Let's get this party started!
The Secret Ingredient For Keeping Nut Milk Fresh For LongerFor A Creamy Nut Milk With Longer Shelf Life
If you have ever tried to make homemade nut milk you would understand how therapeutic and nutritious the process is. Since starting to make my own nut milk a few years ago, I haven't had to go back to the store-bought varieties.
Shhhhwwwwt. My first cut is always slow and cautious. The snip is drawn out and always seems to ring out loudest in my head. It is satisfying and full of hope as the first-string falls limp to my lap. I see the future and it is bright for my friendship bracelets. From there it is short, clipped snip, snip, snips, as I wheeled my yellow handled scissors over my choice of colored twines.
How I passed and befitted a Certified Documented Information Controller with TUV Rheinland Certified Qualification
I attended a four-day training of Documented Information Controller with TUV Rheinland Certified Qualification. ROSEHALL Management Consultants, Inc. from March 23 to 26, 2021 conducted the 16-hour training.
Finding a Dream and Keeping It Alive
In my time of being an artist, I have taken on a lot of different disciplines and found that paper was my favorite medium. What started as a hobby in folding modular Origami projects, came a new expressive passion that is constantly challenging and exciting me: paper flower making.
Creativity Spell Jar.
Oh boy oh boy! What do we have here? Did I decide to write another DIY Spell Jar for all of you lovely folk on Vocal Media? Yes, Yes I did! Today I thought I’d help all of you aspiring wiccans learn how to whip up a “Creativity Spell Jar”. After the lulls of creativity I’ve had in recent dates, I figured it would be great to give you all the super creative vibes that my spell Jars give me.
Essential oils roll on's
Essential oils seem to be all the rage now a days and understandably so. There are so many uses for them anything perfume, to lotions, soaps, candles and even in cooking specially when it comes to flavorings drinks like tea. Today I am going to be discussing just a few of more popular ones and different ways they can be used. As well as I am going to show you how you can make your own essential roll on bottles. Ok so let's dive into this by first going over just a few of the most popular ones.
Staying Organized As A Writer & Author
"Everything has a place" Something that was said to me in therapy when I was having trouble detaching myself from objects quickly finding myself buried in clutter, and knick-knacks I didn't need.
3 Behavioral Hacks to Overcome Toxic Codependency
I use to hear the word codependent and immediately say, "No, that's not me." Who wants to admit they are codependent? No one.
My goal in the future is to be a herbalist. So in order for me to do that I am taking courses and researching different herbs. I am lucky because I have a friend who knows about different herbs and I can ask him about them. In this article, I will be writing about the Japanese Knotweed. My friend actually grows this and has made a tea and a window blind from it.