Category: Guest Post
Recipe: Gluten-Free Tahini Cookies

Recipe: Gluten-Free Tahini Cookies

This is a guest post from Ben at The Online Grill, who says he is a lazy cook. I can totally appreciate that sentiment! Cheers, Ben! I have a confession: I’m a honey addict. I have great memories of growing up with my mum’s beehives ever present in the garden. Twice a year she’d strip them of their yield and ...

Tips to Prepare Your Outdoor Plants for Winter

Tips to Prepare Your Outdoor Plants for Winter

November is behind us, and it’s time to start thinking about winter — and more specifically, how to keep your plants alive during the cold winter months. What can you do to help prepare your outdoor plants for winter? Is there anything you can do if the temperatures have already started to drop? Vegetable Gardens We ...

Sage advice! Energetic herbal smudging

Sage advice! Energetic herbal smudging

This trio of white sage, blue sage, and cedar bundles are available in Dawn's Etsy shop. A guest post by Dawn Leith-Dougherty Smudging with herbs and resins is a tradition as old as time, utilized by people of most cultures and spiritual traditions. Herbs and resins have individual healing properties, known to our ...

Pamper Yourself with Facial Treatments Made with Food

Pamper Yourself with Facial Treatments Made with Food

guest post by John Pitt A basic facial treatment can set you back from $80 to $150. Throw in some special serums or eye treatment, and it becomes even more expensive. But the cost is not only the only issue here. You also wouldn’t know what exactly the spa therapist is putting on your face. The only thing you’re ...