• 10 Tricks to Influence People

    How to Win Friends and Influence People, is one of the best selling books, written by Dale Carnegie in 1936. In his book he writes about how to influence people without being a jerk. Here are seven ways to successfully influence people and gain a few friends in the process. 1. Think Big Start out […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
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  • Heal The Ocean – Let’s Make It A Better Place!

    How can we find a balance between the seafood we love to eat and what is right for the oceans? It’s important to understand the impact we make with our choices. The ocean is where life started, it sustains all life on Earth, and is important to every living being on this planet. In recent […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 515 Views
  • How Sugar Affects Your Brain

    For some people it’s easy to sit down in an evening and eat a whole package of candy or your favorite Friday night junk food. Have you ever wondered what all that sugar is doing to your body? Recent studies have shown a link between poor memory, learning disorders, and depression with over consumption of […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 815 Views
  • 10 Ways To Use Apple Cider Vinegar

    Apple cider vinegar is one of those great multitasker foods. You can eat it, clean with it, and even wash your hair with it. Here are 10 different ways you can incorporate apple cider vinegar into your daily life. Cleaning ACV is a great non-toxic cleaner. It’s odor absorbing, antibacterial, and a great alternative to […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 520 Views
  • Health Benefits Of Tulsi Leaves

    The tulsi plant, also known as holy basil, is a sacred plant to Hindus. It is known for its many health benefits and ability to cure a large number of ailments. Tulsi leaves are a part of a group called adaptogenic herbs which help support the body’s natural immune system while relieving the body’s negative […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 1170 Views
  • How To Know If Someone is Telling The Truth

    Have you ever noticed the way people’s eyes move when you are having a conversation with them? Our eyes can give us clues as to what someone is thinking about when we’re talking to them. This is valuable information when figuring out a persons representational system.  According to neurological research, different eye movements such as […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 535 Views
  • Get Out There: Let Nature Heal You

    I think there is something really wonderful about every season. However this time of year I find myself, while enjoying holiday festivities, longing to be out in the wilderness. The best part about going out in the woods is that if you hike far enough you run out of cell phone service. There’s no where […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 706 Views
  • Mint Leaves – One of the World’s Healthiest Foods

    Mint leaves are available any time of year however I especially enjoy it during the holidays. I love a warm mint tea while sitting by the fire, or making mint candy cane cookies to share with friends. Learning how to use fresh herbs and spices like mint when cooking can also help to cut down […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 602 Views
  • Secret Health Benefits of Lemons

    There are many health benefits of lemons that have been known for centuries. Lemons have been known to assist in weight loss, cleanse the liver, used as an antibacterial, antiviral, and boosts the immune system. Lemons contain citric acid, calcium, magnesium, vitamin C, bioflavonoids, pectin, and limonene which promotes immunity and fights infections. This just […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 677 Views
  • Have a Holly, Jolly, Eco-Friendly Christmas!

    During the Holiday Season there are several ways to make environmentally friendly purchases. Here are a few helpful tips to have fun and help the environment this Christmas. Consider purchasing an artificial tree that you reuse every year. If you decide to buy a live tree, replant it after Christmas. If you do purchase a […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 516 Views
  • Bone Broth- A Gut Healing Staple

    Chicken soup always tastes the best when I get sick. It’s soothing and filling. True home made chicken soup isn’t just an old wives tail. It can actually be medicine! Most people make chicken soup from store bought broths full of chemicals, flavorings, and oftentimes MSG. This is not the chicken soup that is going […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 555 Views
  • Can People Really Live Without Soap?

    Can people live without soap? There are certain things that people hold as necessary. That when lived without, this somehow represents a step backward in human evolution. For most people, two showers a day is normal.  Soap and Shampoo are our hygenic weapons against body oder and germs. But what if people actually didn’t need […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 456 Views
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