Archive April, 2014


Use Your Watch as a Compass

Not everyone has a good sense of direction. We found this neat idea that makes it very easy to figure it out using nothing but a wrist watch!  

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The Benefits of (Sweet) Lucuma Powder

Have you been craving something sweet, but don’t want to consume unhealthy sugars? Well, we have wonderful news for you! Lucuma powder tastes like a cross between sweet potato and maple ( similar to butterscotch or caramel). In powder form, it’s granulated and resembles brown sugar. Even better, it’s healthy for you since its rich […]

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Moisturizing Aloe Face Mask

The history of Aloe Vera demonstrates its importance over the centuries.  Its use dates back to at least 2,200 B.C. when the Egyptians depicted the plant on temple walls. Egyptians called the Aloe Vera plant the plant of immortality. Greeks used it to cure nearly everything, and Native Americans called it the wand of heaven. […]

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Deviled Easter Egg Chicks

Easter is just around the corner and before you know it, it will be time to plan for dinner. Deviled eggs has always been a staple of most Easter menus so we thought it would be fun to kick it up a few notches with these adorable deviled egg Chicks!! You can either use your […]

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Creamy Avocado-Cilantro-Lime Dressing

Who doesn’t love a cool, creamy dressing on a fresh crisp salad? We all do! What we don’t ALL love is the fat, oils and calories that come with it. Well, with this deliciously creamy recipe, you won’t miss any of it when it comes to taste and creaminess!     Nutrition: Per Tablespoon:16 calories; […]

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Is Your Diet and Exercise Routine Your Friend or Foe?

What do you fuel your body with? Maybe it’s time to take a look and make a few changes. Food can be the best medicine, however it can also make you very sick. Every time you eat or drink something, you’re either feeding the good cells or destroying them, so choose wisely. Exercise keeps everything moving. […]

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An Alkaline Body

It is a scientifically proven fact that when your body pH levels become too acidic (a condition known as acidosis), your immune system can be seriously compromised. When your body is in an alkaline state, you are less likely to suffer from chronic diseases. The foods and beverages you consume each day have a direct […]

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Benefits of Herbal Tea

Here’s a handy chart from Raw for Beauty that shows which herbal tea is best for which ailment. Great to have around for the unexpected belly ache or sleepless night! Print and keep in your kitchen draw for future reference. Thanks Rawforbeauty.com.          

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Myths About Autism

This is the 7th year that Autism Awareness day has been celebrated on April 2nd. The seventh annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2014. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. Autism Speaks posted this helpful bit of information  100 Day Autism Tool Kit The […]

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Pathway to Healthy Leadership Seminar

Denise Kennedy will be working with the Salvation Army and Jack McDowell School for Leadership Development, to teach the importance of staying healthy in order to fulfill our responsibilities as leaders and role models. We can be much more effective in our leadership positions, when we’re healthy in body, mind and spirit. The topics for the week will […]

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