• How To Eat Paleo While Backpacking

    Spring is here and so is the beautiful weather. It’s time to pull out the camping gear and get ready for the next backpacking trip. For a few years now I’ve always managed to overload myself with extra items I didn’t need. Mainly it was food. I eat a very strict paleo diet so buying […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 11 Months ago
    • 868 Views
  • 5 Natural Ways To Not Get Sun Burnt

    I love being out in the sun. Although living in the Pacific Northwest there are months of rain and cold weather to endure before the sun comes out. I tell myself every year that I won’t get sun burnt. However my pale skin always seems to get scorched. The one thing that always deters me […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 11 Months ago
    • 1708 Views
  • Simplify: The Productivity Hack You Can’t Do Without

    How can you level up in your time management game? Shhhh… come closer, I’ll tell you the secret. Let me start this way — Years ago I used to carry a heavy, large size bunch of keys in my pocket. I carry this group of little things wherever I go because I failed to do […]
    • by Anthony Dejolde
    • 11 Months ago
    • 384 Views
  • Are You Still Searching For The Perfect Skin Moisturizer?

    Wouldn’t it be great if there were a beauty product that you could use for your entire body? Well coconut oil has topped my list for being one of those products. It’s naturally antibacterial and antifungal, and it works as an excellent moisturizer! If I could just soak in a bath of coconut oil I […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 1358 Views
  • How To Start Thinking Positively

    Ever have one of those days where you just can’t get out of your ‘funk’? Negative thinking can be a habit picked up from others or at times a lack of courage; because let’s face it, it takes courage to be positive when you’re stuck in a rut. So what causes people to fall into […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 948 Views
  • Reading Can Change Your Life!

    When was the last time you sat down and read a book from start to finish? Does your daily reading center around Facebook updates or the back of a cereal box? If you haven’t picked up a good book in a while you should! I just recently started reading again for fun and to my […]
    • by Erin Reese
    • 3 Years ago
    • 1065 Views
  • 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
    • 339 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
    • 606 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
    • 370 Views
  • How to Make Your Way Out of the Rat Race in 4 Easy Steps

    Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could be your own boss, make your own hours and keep all the money you work so hard to generate in your own bank account instead of living on the bottom rung of the corporate ladder and being time and financially broke? More and more people these days are […]
  • 2 Child-Centered Alternatives to Traditional School Models

    According to Nikhil Goyal, an author and speaker who serves on the board of Fair Test (an organization which works to end the misuses and flaws of standardized testing and to ensure that evaluation of students, teachers and schools is fair, open, valid and educationally beneficial), American schools are failing their students because “…they are […]
  • 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
    • 897 Views
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