Are you looking for the nearly-ultimate convenience with your coffee drinking experience for the best possible taste? If so, then here’s the latest on why you should trust the writer, have rare coffee delivered to your door, and discover the winner in a coffee mocha match-up.
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Discover the story behind coffee’s patron saint and see what a review of two commercial iced vanilla drinks recommends as a better choice for your cold coffee drinking pleasure.
Here’s some helpful advice on how to deal with rats in your garden and compost pile before reaching for a trap or that box of rat poison.
There’s a lot of conflicting information when it comes to coffee grounds and gardening. Here’s what one simple test showed when asked if pepper seeds will germinate in used coffee grounds.
Thinking about canning produce this year? Here is one home canning mistake that could mean death for the first-time canner.
Gain a little garden mastery by discovering the finer aspects on how much and how often you really should water your garden.
Here are some practical tips for saving your unused seeds for next year.
Has your attempt to grow seedlings gone awry? Don’t give up yet, there’s still some time to start some seedlings by recognizing and repenting from these common seedling germination sins that every gardener is guilty of at least once in their life.
Are you throwing away money in your compost bin? Here are some ways to save money through repurpose gardening.
Researchers argue that you might actually be wasting money and time donating to tree planting movements as well as causing more problems for the environment than solving them.
Now is the time to start thinking about how you are going to protect your vegetable garden from insect pests this year. As such, here’s an informative article on how to save a species while saving your organic garden with this natural pest control method.
If you have not started on your garden yet, now is the time to avoid what COVID-19 did for toilet paper that it could do to your gardening plans this spring.
Would you like to share your knowledge of plants and gardening, or become part of a research project that shares your interests? Here is an example of how a research program can open a world of possibilities for the future budding citizen scientist in your garden.
Discover how you can turn your gardening skills into a gift to the next generation that will build a legacy, make money and improve the environment.
Do you know the health of your soil? Do you know what your options are for testing your soil and how much it costs? Before running to Home Depot or Amazon for a soil testing kit, here is some advice on saving money with garden soil testing.
Looking for a meaningful activity during COVID-19 social isolation to keep your children occupied and educated at the same time? Here’s a free gardening program you can do with your children that will teach them basic gardening science, put food on your table, and learn about how regenerative farming is their future for sustainable living and good health.
Historically, the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic may go down in the history books as the year of the Great Toilet Paper Wars. However, I would propose that in a more serious sense, aside from the tragedy of deaths and the circus sideshow politics has become, the Coronavirus really affects us more along the connection between light bulbs and rice. Here’s how and why.
One of the truths of raised bed gardening is that the cost of filling your raised bed garden with soil can easily exceed the cost of buying or building the raised bed garden frame itself. Here are some low-cost solutions for filling your raised bed garden with soil, a few of which are nearly dirt cheap.
Archaeological evidence of crops can be traced as far back as 23,000 years ago on the shore of the Sea of Galilee (1). Over the years since, the cultivation of crops has evolved through a series of missteps, that if unchanged, could lead to our extinction in the near future. Discover now, through regenerative husbandry how your no-till garden can change the world.
More than a year after new regulations on how the “Eye glass rule” and “Contact Lens Rule”, the FTC started to enforce these laws with very specific guidelines to consumers. As a consequence, the US saw a proliferation in the number of people who started buying their prescription glasses online, as a big part of the population is price-sensitive.
Parkinson’s disease does not seem as important as curing cancer or studying stem cells uses. However, as prevalence grows, perhaps, the money to research will follow. A very large sampling is projecting double the cases of Parkinson's Disease by 2030. It will be interesting to see if projections are accurate considering very little is known about the cause, and much less how to treat successfully.
Adult hormone replacement therapy is a controversial and hot bed topic for a variety of reasons, and it’s not possible to address all of them here in detail. However, one issue with adult hormone replacement therapy is a lack of understanding of what each type of therapy can and cannot offer men and women, including the pros and cons of each type of therapy. In fact, in some cases the term “therapy” may be misleading, as use of HRT in certain situations is not medically advisable and so is not therapeutic at all.
Many people think that since fasting for a day or three days is a great challenge to overcome they will lose a considerable amount of weight. This is not true. You will lose water and your body will quickly recover that water. The true benefit of fasting is self-control, not a permanent weight loss.
When I was growing up it was very uncommon to see adults going back to school. In fact, I had never heard of the phrase "continuing education." But these days statistics show that many adults go back to school and get a new college degree to improve their marketability. Some people go back to school because they are simply motivated to learn new things. They do so even when they are retired.