As I look for a diet cleanse that is worthwhile and feasible and not one of those crazy maple syrup and lemon juice smoothies mixed with a whole lot of cayenne pepper, I thought I would share this article I found. It's funny because we eat these foods in our house all the time since the in-laws come from the Mediterranean and don't know any different. I've found many ways to work these ingredients into meals and snacks. Fruits Fruits are extremely high in liquid-content, helping the body wash ... Read More about Ten Detox Foods to Clean Out Your Body
As part of January's Detox Your Life Series, I thought the article below was very appropriate and helpful. This is an old article from Natural Health, but still so relevant and helpful. The steps to this emotional detox plan are clear and easy to follow, even for the busiest person. I am looking forward to following these instructions and releasing myself from toxicity. The best preparation for releasing old pain is to designate a concentrated period of time to deal with it. You can't sweep ... Read More about How to Let it Go: An Emotional Detox Plan
I've never been big on resolutions but I am a firm believer in January being a month of renewal. What better time to make changes in yourself, your life, and your habits than the new year? Just after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the decorations have been put away, it's still cold outside (at least around here it is!), you feel like you can relax again. This month we are putting together some great information on detoxifying your body, ridding your cabinets of artificial foods, natural ... Read More about January 2012 – Detox Your Life!
This information is pretty cool - I love being able to use household items to clean instead of chemicals! And who would have thought that ketchup would actually clean something, rather than just get it messy? ... Read More about 10 Unexpected Natural Cleaners
Wool Dryer Balls So my sister-in-law and I made quite a few homemade gifts this year and the wool dryer balls are definitely the most useful and least assuming gift! I love them, use them all the time, and will definitely make more! Wool dryer balls reduce static in your laundry and decrease drying times. Here's how to make your own dryer balls. You will need: some 100% wool a crochet hook scissors an old pair of stockings/ pantyhose some patience your favorite ... Read More about Wool Homemade Dryer Balls