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Fresh air, sunshine, brisk exercise and a heart-to-heart chat with your dearest friend are just a few natural remedies we can always lean on to boost our morale. Herbalists have another trick up their sleeves—turning to the healing and soothing properties of plants.
Making snack time fun may be a little over the top on most days, but right now entertaining your children is a top priority. Why not turn snack time into craft time as well? Take a look at these four ideas for fun snacks for kids. 
Making snack time fun may be a little over the top on most days, but right now entertaining your children is a top priority. Why not turn snack time into craft time as well? Take a look at these four ideas for fun snacks for kids. 
Language barriers can be stressful but they can also make great memories and funny stories, not to mention quite the learning experience. When you’re immersed in a country’s culture you do start to learn the language more than you realize. 
Fresh air, sunshine, brisk exercise and a heart-to-heart chat with your dearest friend are just a few natural remedies we can always lean on to boost our morale. Herbalists have another trick up their sleeves—turning to the healing and soothing properties of plants.
The life of a military spouse is no doubt unique. Deployments, life-changing and last-minute moves and that feeling like your isolated on an island are just a few reasons. Nobody truly understands until they’ve been through it.
Let’s be honest, going through all the work to cook for two people or less can be a hassle. There are so many days it is much easier to just pick up something frozen at the store or eat out rather than mess up the entire kitchen to make such a small portion.
You’ve got a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner nailed down. . . but what about healthy snacks?
You’ve made it through your grandpa’s jokes during the Christmas meal (virtually) and handed out all of your gifts. The holiday season has officially wrapped up, but the bills from your holiday shopping certainly haven’t.
Brrr, it is ever cold out there! On blustery winter days, we can all use a little extra motivation to get us out of doors.
A lot of people really dislike the month of March, but I dread January more. And January 2021 looks to be especially...January-esque. The holiday season is over, and with it goes the holiday spirit and cheer, blinking off like the Christmas lights around the neighborhood.
Crafting can be a lot of fun, but sometimes it poses a problem. At times all motivation dries up halfway through, and every glance at that unfinished project gnaws at your conscience like an unspoken accusation.
If you asked me five years ago if I’d care for a cup of tea, I would’ve scrunched my nose up and said: “No, thanks.” Back in the States, I’ve always loved going to Teavana and enjoyed smelling the tea leaves and admiring the cute teapots on display, but I couldn’t ever bring myself to actually en
It’s all well and good to set lofty goals at the start of the New Year, but how often it happens that one week in, we find ourselves flailing already. Instead of kicking yourself for not having arisen at 5 a.m.
Each new year brings a plethora of resolutions. From reading more books to hitting the gym more frequently, there is no end of ways to improve your life for 2020. And just because you’re already well into February doesn’t mean that you can’t step up your eating game!
With or without us noticing – time will march on. It is the most precious resource we have yet so often we don’t truly realize it because we are not mindful of it.