I’ll admit I perhaps wasn’t entirely aware of each and every benefit the consumption of spinach offers, but here we are with a part two post. Apparently, spinach is one hell of a superfood, so much so that it requires two separate posts to cover all of the wonderful advantages that come with eating it. … More Let’s hear it for spinach, again (part two)
We have all been at the receiving end of some rather interesting beauty tips and tricks, some of which may have some sustenance, and others, not so much. Passed down through generations, we are often told concepts and ideologies from a young age that, as we grow, we begin to perceive as truth. When we’re … More Myth versus fact; beauty edition
As promised, here is the second component of the types of coffee in all its glory post. After I wrote yesterday’s post, I realized that a lot of you might think I’m slightly deranged, not only because of who I am as a person, but also because I stated that I only drink black coffee. … More How well do you know your coffee? (part two)
Life hacks are one of those things that I tend to gravitate towards in the context of reading whenever I see an article about them. I’ve collected a handful of life hacks over the years that have truly made a tremendous difference in the realm of whatever the hack is for, and I’m not exactly … More Read these life hacks to free up a lot of extra time for yourself
Apple cider vinegar is, in a way, a sort of nutritional powerhouse. The benefits and advantages of consuming this stuff are significant, and while the tase of apple cider vinegar may not be the most enticing thing, I’d say the pros outweigh the cons in this specific equation. For anyone unaware of just how many … More Here’s why you should be drinking apple cider vinegar
Air conditioning is one of those things that goes under appreciated until it stops working, or ceases to exist. My parents opted to have central air conditioning installed in our home a few years ago now, and prior to having central air in our house, we relied on window units. They worked okay, but nothing … More Move over, AC; cooling roofs are here
Weeds are an inevitable component of climate here in Ontario in the warmer months, and arguably everywhere else in the globe, unless you’re very privileged and live somewhere where weeds cease to exist. If so, please let me know where it is you live. For the rest of us, however, that aren’t so lucky, weeds … More Check out these eco-friendly weed killers
Dandelions are like the gift that just keeps on giving. I knew these guys were versatile in terms of what they can be used for, aside from an unwanted lawn fixture, but I guess I wasn’t aware of just how many uses this weed offers. I found an article courtesy of The Good News Network … More Making rubber with … dandelions?
In the writing world, there are plenty of different realms to spark creativity and inspiration in. Nature writing is one such example, and it is actually one of my favourite ways to write; it provides an opportunity to truly delve into the artistic details of our beautiful planet, and I personally find myself able to … More Hoping to improve your nature writing skills? Here’s your chance to learn from the pros
There really are more things available now than ever before to combat the very natural process of aging. Despite aging being a very inevitable component of life, assuming you live to be old enough to age, we as a society are very much opposed to accepting aging and would much rather fight it off with … More Have you heard about this anti-aging juice?
Since we got a puppy a few months ago, keeping a watchful eye over him and what he tries to eat has been a bit of a challenge. Aside from a few foods that aren’t necessarily the best for pups, he’s eaten Christmas ornaments, magazines, stones and an assortment of animal poop. It’s been fun, … More Here’s what your dog can and cannot eat
I think it is safe to say that Hungarian celebrities aren’t exactly the most discussed topic. It isn’t as though these people aren’t recognized for other things, such as their careers and other accomplishments, but in terms of a cultural representation, I would wager Hungarian backgrounds aren’t all that common among celebrities. Because of my … More Recognizing Hungarian celebrities
Wood, as I hope most of us are aware, comes from our friends known as trees. It’s an increibly multi-purpose material and can be used for a variety of purposes, as we have seen evidence of throughout historical periods as well as current ones. Trees occur in nature. And wood is derived from trees. But … More Growing wood … in a lab?
For anyone who hasn’t made use of a vegetable powder, it is understandable why the purpose of it may be questioned. Why take vegetables in a powder form when you can just eat them as is? While this is an absolutely valid question, for people like myself who aren’t the biggest fan of veggies but … More These are 2020’s best vegetable powders
Within the past couple of months or so, I’ve been hearing a lot about satin pillowcases and the benefits they offer to those who make use of them. Initially, I didn’t pay much attention to what was being said pertaining to these coveted pillowcases, but as I started seeing more about them via internet and … More Should you be using a satin pillowcase?
I wouldn’t exactly say that the benefits of drinking green tea are obscure. In fact, I would say it’s quite the opposite; most of us are aware of the health benefits that come from green tea, but despite being conscious of this beverage’s advantageous properties, I question how many of us are aware of what … More Yes, you should be drinking more green tea
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is something that unfortunately has relevance to a lot of us, especially those of us who live in four-season climates. Here in Canada, SAD is nothing new, and I know quite a few people personally who are seriously burdened by this condition. In case you’re unaware of what SAD is, it … More Struggling with Seasonal Affective Disorder? Read this
Energy is a rather essential component of daily life for most of us. Pretty well everything we do in a given day requires energy; talking, moving, and even thinking. Considering how heavily we depend on energy to be able to function, when we’re finding ourselves to be feeling a little sluggish or lethargic, it can … More Feeling sluggish? Try these foods for energy
We all know how important it is to drink enough water. As humans, our bodies heavily depend on water and the properties it offers, so it makes sense why water consumption is drilled into us from a young age. While we’re all aware of the importance of drinking water, it turns out that water consumption … More Can water make you happier?
I’ve been working part-time at a local golf course for just about a year now. I actually started at Fescue’s Edge Golf Club in December, which seems like a rather odd time to begin working at a golf course, but the reason I started in the Winter is because Fescue’s has two indoor golf simulators … More Have you tried indoor golf simulators?
If you haven’t heard of Alexander Dreymon before, don’t stress. I hadn’t heard of this astonishingly handsome lad until I started watching Netflix’s The Last Kingdom, but seeing him play Uhtred in the series and flex some serious acting chops encouraged me to spread some awareness about this guy so more folks are familiar with … More Profile: Alexander Dreymon
It is arguably safe to say that this year, more of us are feeling a bit down than ever before. Cases of mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety are skyrocketing across the globe as a result of the stress and fear induced by COVID-19, and many of us are simply not feeling as happy … More Here are some scientifically proven ways to improve your mood
I’ve written a couple of different posts discussing some of the positives that have come from this COVID-19 pandemic. It can be challenging to recognize some of the good happening around us when we are faced with incredulous difficulties, but I believe it to be important as it is a means to keep our spirits … More COVID-19: Here are some of the best and worst behaved companies
In a continuation of yesterday’s post, I got to thinking that it is probable that most of us are unaware of how to go about making bone broth. I certainly don’t have a recipe to pull out of my ass, but thankfully, Healthline has one available on their website, and I think it would be … More Bone broth: here’s how to make it
As I’ve made mention of numerous times here on my blog in the past, I have a lot of digestive issues. I’ve endured just about every test and procedure under the sun to try and figure out what exactly is causing my guts to hate me, and so far, I haven’t had much luck. I … More Bone broth: worthy of the hype?
The concept of sleep is one that offers quite a bit of significance to us as human beings. Considering we spend roughly one third of our lives asleep, it makes sense why sleep, and getting enough of it, is so important to our overall mental and physical wellbeing. While we are aware that sleep is … More Are you getting the right amount of sleep?
Tuberculosis, if you’re unfamiliar with it, is an infectious disease typically caused by a specific form of bacteria that normally affects the lungs. It is a sneaky condition as it typically doesn’t show symptoms until it is too late, and while Tuberculosis cases were certainly more prevalent in past decades than they are now, it … More Yes, Tuberculosis deaths are dropping
Seagrass, for those of us who may not be familiar with the word, is a term used to describe the many different species of flowering plants that flourish in marine environments. With roughly 60 types of marine seagrass in existence, all of which originate from terrestrial plants, I was a little surprised I never really … More Let’s hear it for Virginia’s seagrass restoration project
We are all aware of the numerous changes we have been presented with as a result of the pandemic we are still finding ourselves in. We have experienced alterations to our jobs, school, relationships, recreational activities, and socializing in general, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we continue to be confronted with new and abstract … More Can a pandemic make you healthier?
I’ve never been a huge fan of crows. It’s not that I have a phobia of birds or anything like that, because I do like most birds. But, crows are not one of my favourites, and quite honestly, they give me the creeps. Despite my lack of appreciation for these birds, as it turns out, … More Humans and crows: not so unalike