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Áine Órga - spiritual mentoring for the wild at heart

For the first three years of my practice, the Autumn Equinox was a big deal for me. Since coming back to academia, it’s still a very meaningful time, …

Planting a Lavender Hedge

Make a beautiful windbreak for your garden There are few herbs that bring as much delight as lavender. Its sweet smell and beautiful color brighten …

7 Anti-Viral Foods That Will Keep You Healthy Year-Round

When it comes to the common cold, most of us grew up with the understanding that there is no real cure. This most widespread of all viral illnesses – …

How to Grow Elderberries | Gardener's Path

In the summer, around late August or early September, the ditches in Nebraska are filled with dark, black, and purple berries.<p>These clusters of tiny …

4 Step Guide to Building a Herb Spiral

Want to make your own vertical <b>herb spiral garden</b>? This compact space saving design can be made with just a few basic steps.<p>Construction materials and …

The Mountain Gardener

I've been vegetable gardening since I was child, having really intensified my efforts in the last ten years while broadening out into orchards, …

4 Herbal Monograph Databases Every Herbalist Should Know

With a wide variety of resources out there, it can be difficult to narrow your search. A perfect place to begin your research is in an herbal …

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Milk thistle (Silybum marianum), also called lady's thistle, produces bright pink blossoms that attract butterflies and other wildlife. This biennial plant grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 9. One milk thistle flower contains up to 190 seeds, and about 90 …

How to Grow Spinach in Pots |Container Vegetable Gardening

Learn <b>how to spinach in pots</b>, it is one of the vegetables that you can grow in some shade. <b>Growing spinach in containers</b> is easy too you can even grow …

Grow Herbs Indoors: 5 Herbs that Thrive Inside

Even if you don’t have outdoor gardening space, there are plenty of herbs that you can grow indoors successfully on a sunny windowsill. If you do …

Gardening

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Here’s the quick start-up guide for the home herbalist, including a few good reads, tools & supplies, and recipes that will help you learn the basics …

Learn How (and why) To Prune Herbs

<b>How often do you get a haircut?</b> <i>Every six weeks or so?</i> How does it make your hair feel? <i>Pretty good, huh?</i> Like your hair cut, plants benefit from a …

Gardening

Best Herbs For a Medicinal Herb Garden

Growing your own medicinal herbs is a great way to incorporate good health into your life. These herbs are recommended for their wide range of health …

Suspended – Medium

What is Pathological Narcissism?: A Primer for the Layperson

This article first appeared in the author’s own blog, From Andrea’s Couch at andreaschneiderlcsw.com<p>What is narcissism? We have all heard the word …

People With Depression & Anxiety Speak Differently, Research Shows, And Here's Why It Matters

Anyone who has lived with depression knows that the mental illness impacts every aspect of your life — appetite, relationships, energy levels, and …

Nagging Isn’t Necessary: How to Improve a Child’s Behavior Without It

Sometimes we convince ourselves that the only way we can get our kids to do anything is to ask them over and over and over again.<p>In other words… …

Fitness and Health Are Not the Same (No Matter What Fatphobia Attempts to Claim)

There is a registry that lists doctors who will treat you like any other patient and make diagnoses based on the actual state of your body and …

10 Simple Steps Towards Making Your Meals More Manageable

I detest three household chores: Unloading groceries, sterilizing medical equipment, and feeding the family. My Twitter feed suggests task number …

Cooking

One Pot Spaghetti Aglio e Olio

Shares 1.5K<p>Spaghetti aglio e olio is one of my favorite simple, vegetarian pasta dishes: spaghetti noodles with grated parmesan cheese and diced …

Instant Pot Mac and Cheese with Bacon

If you thought you loved your Instant Pot, just wait until you make a rich and gooey bowl of macaroni and cheese within minutes. The Instant Pot’s …

Cooking

Why the difficult person at work probably isn't a psychopath

As workplaces become increasingly difficult and damaging environments, there are plenty of articles and books on dealing with “psychopaths” among …

Psychology

Blog | Growing Up Herbal

by Meagan Visser | Apr 28, 2018 | Snacks | 0 |<p>Chickweed is a spring herb that is abundant here in East Tennessee. Not only is it easy to...<p>by Meagan …

Fluffy Ricotta Pancakes With Homemade Strawberry Syrup

Unlike the majority of our weekly breakfasts, we go all out for Saturday morning breakfast here in the Visser home.Sunday through Friday, breakfasts …

How To Clean Glass Bottles For Reuse

There are times when I feel broke, y’all. Do you ever have those days?Maybe it’s because a bunch of bills have been paid all at once. Or, maybe it’s …

Are you imbalance this winter? If so, here's how to find your way out.

In one of my recent letters, I wrote to you with some tips for living well during winter. If you missed that letter or are new to getting my letters, …

Bread Pudding with Orange-Butter Sauce

The 2 Herbs for Asthma, COPD, and Chronic Bronchitis Sufferers

<b>Asthma among children and even adults, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder), and chronic bronchitis cases have surged over the past couple</b> …

Dear Doctor, Meet Your Patient in a Larger Body

As a psychologist who specializes in eating disorder treatment, I cannot tell you the number of patients that I have that name a doctor’s warning …

Eating

Master the Basics With 13 Dishes to Learn by Heart

If you are anything like me, you forgo heavy cookbooks in favor of reading recipes on a lighter, more mobile screen. And maybe your laptop has also survived tomato sauce splatters, or your phone has narrowly dodged a dunk in dressing. It’s a challenge to juggle cooking and reading, all while …