You are probably doing your best to enjoy the great outdoors when weather is still nice, but so many reports are making it sound like many of us will still be
working remotely well into 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are some ideas to make my home feel more like an oasis for when we need to stay home.
Start looking for ways now to make your home feel more comfortable and spacious.
Give yourself more elbow room, and make your space more livable.
First, look for obvious Read more...
This is one of my favorite cool morning breakfasts!
The grains are cooked together the night before and reheated in the morning.
That is exactly what we ate for breakfast this morning. And it really "stick to the ribs" i.e. gives you energy for many hours. Whole Oats have a greater life force in our bodies and can be planted to grow more oats. (1) Whole Oat Groats are complex carbohydrate. Oatmeal is processed and a simpler carbohydrate. Complex carbohydrates is like putting a big log in Read more...
Drinking a cup or two of green tea is one for me. I enjoy the taste of organic loose leaf "Everyday Green Tea". I ordered it bulk from the Imperial Tea Company and purchase it from there shop at Ferry Plaza Market in San Francisco.
The list of health benefits are many; Here are just seven!
It may prevent skin damage and wrinkling. EGCG appears to be 200 times more powerful than vitamin E at destroying skin-damaging free radicals. Source Care2
It contains a potent antioxidant Read more...
The holidays can play havoc with well laid dietary resolutions. Fortunately, Umeboshi Plums from Japan is our best friend against a host of haunting upsets!
When picked in salt and purple shiso leaves, it becomes umeboshi. Ume has an amazing ability to balance and brace the system.
It has extensive documentation (some ancient, some recent) showing its effectiveness in cleanly evacuating radioactive strontium 90 from the body, in relieving coughs and nausea, reducing fevers, as an astringent, Read more...