Historically speaking we’re the lucky ones. Comfortable beds are a relatively new phenomenon. Here is a brief history of humankind’s development of the bed. After which you will be thanking your lucky stars that you have a bed at all!
Post-secondary education has an increasing tendency to become obsolete, even in more classic fields such as English literature where most of the information and adequate methods for accessing and manipulating it have been in place for a hundred years or more.
With the current unforgiving economy, many homeowners find it difficult to afford fresh vegetables and fruits. However, we do have the option to grow them ourselves in our own home garden.
Too much colour and the wrong combination of hues can be just as garish as a pure neutral palette is underwhelming. If you’re wondering how to add colour to your home in a way that strikes just the right balance, keep reading!
Lemon balm has a particularly long history of use in Europe. It was considered the herb of the goddess Diana, and the herb that assisted ancient bee keepers in keeping honey bees happy and well fed.
Comfrey is considered a premier first-aid herb. It rebuilds tissues, stops hemorrhaging and helps heal wounds, sprains, fractures, bruises and stomach ulcers.
Outdoor play encourages children to be physically active, socialize with others and gain an appreciation for nature. There are loads of examples of outdoor activities for kids that can be done at school or with the family. Here are a few ideas to add to your outdoor activities list.
Your drawers are overflowing, your shoes are scattered across the floor, your stuff is spilling into the lounge, and you don’t really walk around your room so much as skirt around the bed. This is the reality for many people who don’t know how to make space in a small bedroom or home.
Metal detecting provides many benefits to people of any age. It’s particularly great for seniors. Let us show you all you could get from this new hobby.
A little boy, maybe 4 or 5 years old, asked me about the bees. Then he saw the little star-shaped blue flowers of the borage plant nearby. I bent down and told him, “You can eat these. They are tasty and good for you.” He looked at me kind of wide-eyed and said, “Really?”