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October 5, 2018

Gratitude is defined as the state of thankfulness. Now I think most people realize that gratitude can be good for emotional health, but did you know it can also be good for your physical and mental health? In my family, we actively try to practice gratitude year round. We find it takes the edge off when one of us is having a rough day...

September 25, 2018

If you look at the ingredients list on our wheatgrass juice, you will notice that rye grass juice is also listed as an ingredient. Why is that?

Wheatgrass and rye grass are both cereal grasses. Out of all the cereal grasses, wheat and rye taste the best. They're in the same family, and at the grass stage they are nutritionally the same and look t...

September 18, 2018

It's one thing to decorate a house for a party or event, but good seasonal decor should also be practical decor. We all seem to be so busy these days, so I've come up with a few fall decorating ideas that require minimal effort and will hopefully make use of resources you already have. I've also listed a few additional ideas on this Pinterest bo...

September 4, 2018

Sometimes you want a treat but you don't want the treat to be 100% junk food. That's what happened to me a week ago. So I decided to do a quick search and I stumbled upon PaleOMG's recipe for sweet potato chocolate chip cookies. I love sweet potato, and I love cookies, so I was definitely intrigued. And because the cookies looked like regular ch...

August 28, 2018

I don't want to say it, but the school year is just around the corner (and may already be here for some of you). I remember when I was around nine-years old, my elementary school had a zero waste lunch competition. You would gain and lose points based on the way your lunch was packaged, and the teachers would remove all the garbage and recycling...

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