How to Regrow Lettuce From Stem

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How to Regrow Lettuce From Stem

"Learn how to grow lettuce from stems is a great way to save your scraps instead of throwing them out. Just simply place in a bowl or jar and change the water daily to watch it grow." Peace Fam! I hope this post finds you well. Learning to grow lettuce from stem...

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Five Easy to Grow Vegetables for Your Backyard Garden

Nothing tastes better than summer-fresh vegetables and the satisfaction that comes from growing them in your own back yard. If heavy gardening isn’t your cup of tea, these five quintessential summer favorites will add a delicious and nutritious touch to the dinner...

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Low-Cost Alternatives to Plastic Bags

"Finding alternatives to plastic bags in your everyday life is an important step in your zero waste journey. Go green with these ways to replace plastics in your daily life." Peace Fam! Hope this post finds you well. Plastic pollution is a real problem on this planet....

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9 Homemade Cleaners You Can Make Yourself

"Homemade household cleaners can help you keep your home clean, and fresh without the risks of harmful chemicals, here are some you can make yourself' Peace Fam! I hope this post finds you well.  It's springtime according to the...

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10 Best Herbs to Grow Indoors

Peace Fam! I hope this post finds you well. If you do not know, I grow a lot of herbs. I have been growing herbs for some time indoors and outdoors. I think I have finally got the hang of growing things, although it can sometimes still be a struggle.   I have been...

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10 Benefits of Drinking Copper Water

Benefits of drinking copper water are numerous. Drinking this 2-3 times a day can help with proper functioning of different organs and several metabolic processes. 10 Benefits of Drinking Copper Water Peace Fam, Recently on one of my favorite websites,...

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5 Non-Toxic Cookware Options To Avoid Harsh Chemicals

"Non-toxic cookware options to avoid harsh chemicals that can be subsequently transferred to your food and your body" Peace Fam, In my job, I have to find healthy articles to post on social media. I was combing through google news and noticed this...

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50 Things You Can Compost

Peace Fam! On my zero waste journey, I recognized that there is so much trash that I can reuse to compost. Composting can not only help fertilize your garden, you can contribute less waste to your environment. According to Small Print Family, "Composting...

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The Beginner’s Guide To Going Zero Waste in 4 Steps

Hey Folks, One of the things I wanted to start doing this year is to move more towards zero waste lifestyle.  When I was living in Europe, one thing I did notice was that there was less trash, and they recycled way more. There were several trash cans for...

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DIY Lavender Candles

Hey Folks, Recently, I made some more candles for my Winter Solstice/Holiday gifts. The hope to assemble some boxes for the people close to my in my life of handmade gifts. I wanted to share you my DIY Candles, and I hope you like it! Materials for DIY...

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10 Easy Handmade Gifts For the Holidays

Hey Folks, I honestly cannot believe how fast the holidays are approaching this year. The only thing I do is Winter solstice, but I don't want to neglect friends & family that may celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, or anything else. I decided this year to make gifts and...

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5 Ways To Start An Apartment Homestead

Hey Folks, Lately, I have been trying to figure out, what exactly do I blog about. I know it's a lifestyle blog, but I feature a lot of recipes and I talk about gardening and DIY. I finally figured out that I am homesteading. So I decided to start a blog,...

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Essential Oils for A Toothache

Hey Folks, This post was inspired by my year-long quest to get my teeth in order. In my 20's I had dental insurance off and on, and then I moved to Germany where I was just too poor to take on the task. I had so much to take care of after that kind of...

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DIY Candles: Vanilla and Lavender

Hey Folks, I hope you are having a great day wherever you are. I wanted to show you how I made these DIY candles with vanilla and lavender scents. They were super easy to make, and I added a few things to the kit that I purchased. Materials for DIY Candles...

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How to Make Yoni Tea

Hey Folks, Recently, I came across a few books about herbs and found this yoni tea recipe that I wanted to share with you. If you are a regular reader of my blog, I talk about yoni eggs from time to time. Now, I wanted to talk about yoni tea.  I have been...

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Why I love Growing Garlic

Why I love Growing Garlic Growing garlic has been rather easy for me. Getting it to harvest will take much longer. I have been able to grow garlic from bulbs that I purchased at the grocery store. I then got some pots, and just placed a couple in the potting soil....

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Essential Oil Safety

I love to use essential oils for my natural remedies, they are great not only for your diffuser but for body wash, scrubs, even for toothaches. I was using some essential oil for a toothache I had last week. Before I broke down and went to the dentist, I decided to...

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Why You Should See The “Whose Streets” Documentary

Why You Should See The "Whose Streets" Documentary Yesterday I had the opportunity to screen the documentary, "Whose Streets" in Atlanta. I first heard about this film through a group I recently joined called Southerners On New Ground or SONG.  "Whose Streets" is a...

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How I Found a Hobby I loved: Gardening

  Finding a new hobby as an adult can be difficult. We are often busy with just maintaining the basics, it can be hard to actually start and really get into a new hobby. There are so many things I would like to do: travel, cook more, workout more, make candles, make...

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4 Uses For Coffee Grounds in Your Garden

4 Uses For Coffee Grounds In Your Garden I am still gardening, albeit less, given the cold weather. I have learned so much this year in regards to soil, watering, and fertiliser. I wondered, why don't my plants make it harvest. They were always dying about...

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Learning How to Garden: My Little Garden Update

Hey Guys, Hope you are having a great day. Learning how to garden has been quite the experience. I have now been maintaining a little patio garden and herb garden for about 6 months. I have learned quite a bit in that short amount of time.  I feel I tried...

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Infinity Jars: Why I love them!

Disclaimer:  I received this product, free of charge in exchange for my honest review. Infinity Jars: Why I Love Them! Hey guys! I hope your day is going well. I have been busy lately, getting everything together for my coloring book. Now that I have a moment, I...

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2017 Goals for the Year

As the year comes to a close, there are so many things I have gone over in my mind on what I would like to get out of the next year. There are so many things I have learned in 2016 that I finally want to put into place going forward in 2017 and beyond.  ...

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DIY: Lemon Essential Oil

DIY: Lemon Essential Oil ***I figured out later that you should never use extra virgin olive oil because it just smells like lemon-y olive oil. Use something with almost no scent.** This weekend I went to an essential oils class thinking that I would be...

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5 Natural Body Wash Recipes

I have been down for the week, not really feeling well and a general sense of fatigue. When these times come, I usually don't write. I finally went to my favorite website, Secret Energy and listened to the latest video from Sevan Bomar. He was talking...

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11 Holiday Gifts for New Gardeners

I do not celebrate the holidays. I am not religious. I would normally just love to be some place warm with water and cocktails close to my side.  I am also not into rampant consumerism either. If I give a gift for the holidays, it's from the heart. One of...

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After the Election, The Struggle Continues

The U.S Election is over, and the results shocked the world. I admit, I was shocked at the result as well. While I could write a ton on my grievances with both the parties, and the political system at large, but I would rather focus on what I can do now. I...

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6 Natural Deodorants You Should Try Now

Why Try a Natural Deodorant I found, that the deodorants that we normally buy from the store, are loaded with chemicals that can affect your body processes. Aluminum compounds, parabens, steareths, triclosan, propylene glycol, TEAs and DEA, as well are...

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Home Remedies: Natural Manicure

  I had the pleasure of visiting Iwi Fresh Spa down in Atlanta. It was such a great experience. All of the ingredients were natural, except for the polish remover/ polish. After the experience, I wanted to share some of the natural remedies that they used during my...

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What I am Growing This Fall

Hey Folks, I wanted to share a quick post of what I am growing this fall. I hope this helps your on your gardening journey. What I am Growing This Fall Prepping the Soil for my Fall Garden For my first round of planting, I did not do anything with the...

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5 Reasons My Garden Sucks

  This is my first time gardening. I have killed so many plants, I was very concerned about it this time. I read online, I talked to the guy at home depot a lot, I talked to other people who had successful gardens, and I spent a lot of time on social media...

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My Balcony Garden Update: 3 Weeks In!

My balcony garden has been such a neat little experience for me. I love to wake up every morning and see the new growth of my plants. It has been three weeks since I have started growing arugula, mesclun, gemstone, and tatsoi. I honestly had never heard of the other...

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We have to get involved

There is so much trouble in the world, as the late great Bob Marley used to sing. That song could have easily been made today.  The United States was built on racism and white supremacy from the slaughter of indigenous people, to the enslavement of African people, Jim...

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DIY: Ikea Coffee Table Hack

Decorating on a budget has proven to be rather difficult for me. I have been stalking Pinterest for just the right look for each space in my apartment. I love the look of round coffee tables. The last coffee table I bought almost 5 years ago was over $400, but I did...

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