Monthly Archives: February 2012

Home Health Tips That Won’t Send You to the Dry Cleaners – Part 3

Check out my previous two blogs to learn even more Home Health Tips! Today I wanted to touch on just one more subject and that is “tea.” I love tea! There are so many wonderful health benefits to be derived … Continue reading

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Home Health Tips That Won’t Send You to the Dry Cleaners – Part 2

In my last blog I shared with you some information about how to go green and not only save your wallet, but save the planet by using chemical free, easy to make house cleaners. Today I share with you how … Continue reading

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Home Health Tips That Won’t Send You to the Dry Cleaners – Part 1

Going green will not only save your wallet, but it will save the planet! It can feel overwhelming to learn about the rainforests disappearing, overflowing landfills, and toxic chemicals whirling about in once pristine waters; we are often left thinking, … Continue reading

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Nutrition Tips That Won’t Starve Your Wallet – Part 2

In my last blog I pointed out how you can feed your family in a way that makes you feel positive about the experience, and does not cost the farm! All of these ideas and more can be found in … Continue reading

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Nutrition Tips That Won’t Starve Your Wallet – Part 1

You know those fancy stores out there that woo you with their healthy fare and oh-so-intriguing packaging? Those places are just wonderful, but they are not very kind on the wallet. $4 for a can of beans? Ouch! There is … Continue reading

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Beauty Tips That Won’t Break the Bank

This is the truth: you do not need to be a millionaire to look good. This can all be done with a few household ingredients and a bit of know how. Most of those expensive lotions and potions are expensive … Continue reading

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Physical Health Tips That Won’t Deplete Your Savings

Taking a proactive approach to your health is always in order. It does not need to cost you a salary in supplements or a week’s worth of time. There are simple, inexpensive, quick habits that you can incorporate into your … Continue reading

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