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What does Louise Hay say about dry skin?

What does Louise Hay say about dry skin?   Transformational guru Louise  Hay is well known for her alternative ways of looking at illness.. she doesn’t even use the word disease- instead she calls it dis-ease. Did you notice that…
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Flower Rituals as self-care

Why a flower ritual? It gives you a chunk of time to step aside from the world and allow yourself time to breathe and be. Flowers are such magnificent creations from Nature. Their colour, shape and scent have a connection to our deepest…
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Stay at home resources

And now for something completely different...instead of handcrafting cream, I've handcrafted word searches and word puzzles... Yes, indoor activities to keep your brain healthy and the kids busy :-) If you are finding your clothes gettign…
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Yoga at home in 2020

Now that we're social distancing and all yoga clases are on hold, now is a great time to start your at-home yoga practice.   Yes, it can be tricky to get started. But the good thing is that you don't need to spend an hour to see…
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Tips for fighting flu

Flu fighting the natural way - more ideas! Soap kills the virus!! Yes, real soap - yes so lots of handwashing for 20 seconds at least with old-fashioned bar soap.  And use a good hand cream before bed time. An article in Guardian says: Yes…

Soap, glorious soap!

We are all washing our hands more often, for longer. But why is this so important? Read this article written by an Australian chemistry professor who explains how ye olde fashioned soap works.   Yes while Viruses can be active…
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Fever – friend or foe?

It's cold and flu season.  They both are viral and occur in the respiratory system, but they are different.   Colds tend to affect the upper respiratory area - sinus, blocked or runny nose, feeling tired and sluggish and sometimes…
How to use cardboard in your compost

Can you compost cardboard?

Yes!  Cardboard is one of the secrets to healthy compost because it helps with air flow and adds bulk. Yet even though cardboard is compostable, 7 million tonnes of it are sent to landfill each year. What a waste.   Keen gardeners…