Be Yourself


“Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde

The phrase: “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” was written by Oscar Wilde. The author talks about your unique self –meaning that you are one and only, hence you can’t be anyone else. Someone once said, ‘Authenticity” is about enjoying a new sense of freedom to be who we really are — ourselves, natural and without a mask in our relationships, our work, and our life.

 

Foods Which Naturally Fight Headaches


6 Foods That Help Naturally Fight Headaches
If you frequently get headaches, try eating these foods to help relieve the pain.
By Carina Wolff

If you’re someone who constantly gets debilitating headaches, you likely reach for an Advil or two when the head pain strikes.

Although painkillers can definitely relieve your headache, no one wants to have to rely on medication, and sometimes it can be more helpful to try to work through your ailments in a more natural way.

Luckily, some remedies to head pain can be found in your diet, and switching up what you eat might be able to help relieve that throbbing in your temples.

50 greatest United States experiences

Natural attractions
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1. The Superbowl: In 2017, Houston, Texas hosts the planet’s biggest sporting hoopla: a pop star belting out the National Anthem; glitzy half-time entertainment; battering-ram action on the gridiron.

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How will you React, Learn from Yesterday, Spring Cleaning

Power Thoughts

  • “I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.” – Chuck Swindoll
  • “It’s our attitude in life that determines life’s attitude toward us.” – Earl Nightingale
  • “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude…nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” – Thomas Jefferson

Learn from yesterday: Today is new and full of potential to be as different from yesterday as you can imagine. Learn from yesterday & let it go, then live like you have a second chance to start over and do things differently and better.

“The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23 

How to Spring Clean Your Home, Eco-Style: Kermit the Frog might not think it’s easy being green—but it is when you’re spring cleaning! Ditch the chemicals and follow these four steps to deep clean your home, eco-style.

  1. Start by Decluttering – Clutter is not only unsightly to look at, but it harbors dust and can cause emotional side effects such as anxiety, depression, and seasonal affective disorder. When it comes to your spring cleaning, downsizing your home and decluttering the things you no longer need should be your first step. Donate whatever you can, recycle what’s left, and then use the trash as your last option.
  2. Use Natural Cleaners – The good news is that people were able to clean their homes before Clorox and Kaboom came out. They used natural cleaning ingredients like vinegar, baking soda, lemons and borax. Want to get rid of mildew? Spray it with straight vinegar. Need to clean your hardwood floors? Mix one part vinegar with two parts water and scrub away. Toilets? A handful of baking soda and a few glugs of vinegar will do the trick. Countertops? One part vinegar with one part water. You can also spritz with lemon juice to disinfect. You can also clean your carpets naturally. Simply sprinkle baking soda or corn starch on your carpets and let it sit for half an hour. I also love sprinkling dried lavender or dried peppermint tea into the carpet as well. Then, just vacuum it up; your carpets will be odor free. The best part about using natural ingredients to clean your home is that you don’t have to worry about chemical offgassing from commercial cleaners. Your home stays safe and clean, naturally.
  3. Skip the Paper Towels – As you’re wiping down counter tops and windows, try to avoid using paper towels. Use reusable cloths, or even old socks, or t-shirts.
  4. Open Your Windows – Believe it or not, the air outside your home is up to 100 times cleaner than the air inside your home. Unless you live near a heavy industrial area, you’ll likely benefit from keeping your home’s windows open as much as possible. Even when it’s freezing out I still like to open my windows for five minutes just to air it out!