How to Naturally Deal With Pests

Warmer weather is coming and with comes bugs and other pests. If you are savvy, this won’t be a problem for you. You already know about natural pest control. For all the others, here are just a few of the safe ways to deal with unwanted critters. Praying Mantises Praying mantises are voracious carnivores that […]

Cultivate a No-Mow, Ecofriendly Landscape

Many homeowners are starting to catch no-mow fever. They understand that while lawns help with fire, rodent, and weed control, they also require toxic fertilizers and herbicides to  maintain them. Not to mention the labor and fuel invested in keeping them short and pretty. One source claims that 3 trillion gallons of water a year is […]

The Power of Walking in Nature

How familiar are you with the sound of the morning dew dripping onto the forest floor? Have you delighted in the smell of aspen as you come upon a grove? Have you ever stopped to admire the way the sunlight tenaciously peeks through a canopy of trees lighting up random spots on fallen leaves? Did […]

Life Takes Time. Let it Unfold.

In a world of instantaneous satisfaction, it can be hard to wait for things to ripen. Real life takes time. Let it unfold. We all have options. You can have a microwaved pizza ready to eat five minutes from the time you thought, “Hey, I’m hungry.” Or you can have a meal of real, healthy, […]

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Reclaim the Power of Menstrual Blood

We live in a society where menstruating is shameful, hidden, and “dirty.” Menstrual blood is polluted. We ought to hide away from others while we are bleeding, and our blood is so contaminated that it will draw power from a person. These ideas come from stories like these that many believe: “‘When a woman has […]