A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #48: Make Your Own Dry Shampoo for Light, Dark, or Red Hair

Dry shampoo is a weekly hair savior: it de-greases, adds volume and texture, and can help maintain a blowout for up to a week. If you have processed, curly, or dry hair — or if you’re a “no ‘poo” type and avoid shampooing entirely — you might still get greasy, limp roots and wonder whether you should subject your locks to a full wash or leave … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #48: Make Your Own Dry Shampoo for Light, Dark, or Red Hair

Chocolate Breakfast Bread (Vegan, Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added)

To see all recipes, scroll to the top and click on Recipes or just click here! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone in the US (and celebrating outside of the US, too)! We are in the heart of the holiday season now, and of course that can mean a lot of tasty treats. This “breakfast” bread, of course, has nothing explicitly to do with breakfast, but it is delicious in … Continue reading Chocolate Breakfast Bread (Vegan, Gluten-Free, No Sugar Added)

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #47: Twist to Help Digestion

Twisting your torso is a great way to wake up your body at the beginning of the day, and to decompress at the end of a long day. When you twist your body, it’s just like wringing out a sponge: it can feel like you’re squeezing out the anxieties and frustrations of the day! But twists have another benefit: they stimulate your digestive organs, which … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #47: Twist to Help Digestion

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #46: Sweat It Out with a Ginger Bath

Ginger is an amazing root that has been used since ancient times for its medicinal — and tasty — qualities. Cooking it, pickling it, and using it in teas and tinctures are just a few ways to take advantage of its many healthy properties. But it’s also a great ingredient in skin and body care, because it is both soothing and stimulating. One time-tested way … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #46: Sweat It Out with a Ginger Bath

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #45: Make Your Own Microdermabrasion Scrub

If you’ve been following along (and participating! ;-)), you already know how easy it is to make your own face and body scrubs just by raiding your kitchen cabinets. You’ve already discovered how cheap it is, too! But what about “fancier” skin treatments, like the ones you get at spas or packaged in lovely glass jars from Sephora? I’m talking about everyone’s favorite youthification (yes, … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #45: Make Your Own Microdermabrasion Scrub