Spring is here, which means it’s time to ditch winter layers, pull out bright spring colors and get outside as Mother Nature awakens the start of a new season. As spring is the season for new beginnings, renew your health and wellness routine with these ten tips. Step up your workouts Use the spring season … Continue reading Spring is a time for new beginnings! you can start with these 10 easy steps to renew your health and wellness
I do a small garden every year. This past Sunday I planted 17 Tomato plants everything from Early Girls to Cherokee purple hearts to a black cherry tomato. Early in this year I planted some bulbs and ( Lilies, Iris's, Tulips, Daffodils, and many more). this Sunday I had one bloom and it was just … Continue reading The Fruit of your Labor.
For those who follow organic, gluten-free or vegan diets, the beers on tap in your neighborhood pub likely don’t cut it. Luckily, some natural retailers carry better craft beer and cider options, such as these favorites. Gluten-free beer Austin Eastciders Hopped Cider It doesn’t have to be beer. Cider looks basically the same. … Continue reading Beers for Special Diets?? Yes, Yes there is.
While “feeling stressed” holds a negative connotation, some stress is actually good stress. If your neighbor’s mean dog starts chasing you, for example, your body releases hormones like adrenaline to help you run away. This type of brief, acute stress helps you manage potentially dangerous situations. It’s the long-term, chronic stress that is linked to … Continue reading Relieve Stress & Tension With Yoga
#NewHopeBlogger Imagine Your curtains are drawn . Your bedding is Super soft, Microfiber. Your room is dark and quiet, and your Lavender/chamomile tea is sweet and calming. The missing sense to ease your way into sleep? Smell! Research suggests that some scents (such as lavender) can produce stress-relieving physiological responses, like decreased heart rate. While … Continue reading The 9 scents of Night