Aloe Vera Is A Natural Way to Prevent a Scar
Aloe vera has been used around the world for thousands of years! Learn its many benefits, how it works, how it helps with healing and more!
Say you fall off your bike and skin your knee, cut yourself on broken glass or burn your hand on a hot pan. Mishaps like these can leave your skin permanently scarred -- but rubbing the wound with fresh Aloe Vera juice and vitamin E oil may prevent that from happening. read more...
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Aloe Vera Is A Natural Way to Prevent a Scar
A diet based on these amazing foods will slim you down in no time! 1. Lollipops
They’re cute and colorful and satisfy our sweet cravings without calorie damage. When you feel the urge, lick a lolly. Be sure to brush your teeth after!
2. Baked Potato
A meal in a plain brown wrapper. Spud are marvelously filling and, with a cup of soup or a salad, you won’t want anything more. To keep it diet, top with butter flakes (for flavor) and pepper, or plain yogurt or low-fat cottage cheese. No sour cream, please. read more...
Friday, June 18, 2010
Everyday you may do things--online or off--that compromise your financial privacy and security.
Advice for staying safe online
- Use sites marked with "https"; the "s" indicates a secure location.
- Never open unsolicited e-mails.
- Keep your antivirus programs updated. read more...
How can you tell whether a person is lying to you or not? Aside from confirming the truth, there is an immediate way of knowing, and this is by reading a person’s body language signs of lying.
Body language signs of lying can determine if the person you’re talking to is being truthful or not. It’s one of the most powerful non-verbal ways of expressing oneself. Hopefully, with this indicators, you are able to guard yourself from lies and spot them dead on.
Tip 1. Observe The Way They Talk
Normally, liars will be talking about one thing; then when a sensitive topic comes up or when there’s a moment of silence, they rumble on to another subject in a jiffy. read more...
Sunday, June 13, 2010
Tunes in our Head: to heal us and transform our lives
Some scientist suspected we were a musical species. Im actually amazed at how much of the brain is recruited for musical experience. The ability to appreciate music is defining quality of our humanity.
Music as medicine In music theraphy for Parkinson's disease, the rhythm of the music is crucially important. read more...
25 Surprising ways to sneak more fruits and veggies into you child’s diet.
More peas (broccoli and parsnips), Please!
1. Carrot juice, now widely available, can substitute for pat of liquid in soups, stews, and sauces for a quick shot of vitamin A. read more...
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
This is my top three favorite sweet stories/novel...
Livingston Seagull (Richard Bach)
Have you ever heard of a bird that doesn't care about anything except the wonder of flight? Inthis novel, you will. Meet Jonathan Livingston Seagull, a bird who is unlike the rest of the flock because he flies for the sheer love of it, rather than for feeding. read more...
If you slouch at your PC, you may be setting yourself up for some serious back problems. Correct your sitting posture with these easy-to-follow tips and say goodbye to those aches and pains.
Sitting with Good Posture at the Computer: Neck Pain Relief
* Keep your arm parallel to the keyboard. Don’t flex your wrists by more than a few degrees. read more...
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Researchers are still deciphering how much light at night is too much. But keeping your circadian rhythm running smoothly jibes with healthy living.
Sleep in a completely dark room. Turn off all hall and night-lights. If the glow from street lamps or commercial signs envades your bedroom, consider investing in room-drakening shades or blinds. read more...
Learning your ABC’s is, of course, a crucial step for beginning readers. But what you may not know is that children as young as six months can be introduced to the alphabet. In fact, it’s no more difficult for a baby to recognize letter’s shape and learn its name than it is for her to identify and name a ball or a block. To encourage a lifelong love of reading, learning alphabet has to be associated with good times.
Get your baby excited about letters. Decorate her nursery with brightly colored, shiny, and priminently displayed letters. When you’re in the room together, say things like “See the bright red B? That’s pretty letter.” read more...
Monday, June 7, 2010
Start busting those thought bubbles by seeking the answers to these important life questions.
One of the realities of growing up is being concerned with the bigger picture. You begin to think about your goals and your relationships with other people on a larger scale. You have a lot of questions on your mind, but are you asking the right ones? read more...
If your busy summer schedule has you feeling wired, relax with this home spa tips.
Craving total relaxation? The secret, is to cater to all five senses of your body: taste, touch, sight, hearing and smell. But first, find a private sanctuary in your own home where you’ll feel comfortable. Think bedroom, garden, bathroom or gazebo. Once you’ve picked your spot, follow these tips to create the perfect spa atmosphere. read more...
Friday, June 4, 2010
Discipline is a gift we give ourselves. It heightens every human experience and increases every human ability.
Each life-giving endeavors requires discipline. To eat well requires discipline. To exercise regularly requires discipline. To think of other people's needs before our own requires discipline. We do not happen accidentally upon the activities that help us to become the-best-version-of-ourselves. We must choose them, and that choosing requires discipline. read more...
Whip these up then wind down!
Coconut Body Scrub
(to exfoliate skin)
150 ml (2/3 cups) shredded coconut
150 ml (2/3 cups) ground almonds
150 ml (2/3 cups) oatmeal
45 ml (3 T) honey
water to mix read more...