Category: Health & Wellness
You’re hosting Thanksgiving at your house and someone says that they are now a vegetarian. Don’t panic! I have you covered. Learn the different types of vegetarians and how to adapt your recipes for them.
I almost always buy eggs from pasture raised, organic hens. The difference in price can be substantial. Conventional eggs here are usually about $1 a dozen, sometimes a low as $0.49 and sometimes as high...
Today is National Homemade Soup Day. Homemade soups begin with a good broth. And chicken broth with all it’s collagen has been scientifically proven to be very healing. Let’s learn how to make it correctly to get the most of collagen and healing properties.
As part of Black History Month, African Health and Wellness Week is a time where we look at the traditional foods of the African people and how by eating the traditional foods of your heritage instead of the African-American foods will bring back health and wellness.
Just about everyone has heard about intermittent fasting and fasting in general. February is “Fasting February.” So let’s learn about my experience with it, and some of the health benefits from fasting.
Today is Inspire Your Hearth With Art Day. Do something today that inspires your heart. Draw a picture, Play a song. Write a poem.
Today is National Puzzle Day. Puzzles are not only fun but they also help build our brain power. Whether it’s memory, math skills, language skills, a sense of accomplishment, and build confidence. Celebrate Puzzle Day with us today.
The third week in January is “Hunt for Happiness Week.” In light of that, I thought I’d do a blog a few days early so you can go and look at the materials for the...
Without a Scalpel is a medical procedure known as MIIP.
Create a Vision Board. Then set some goals to achieve your vision.