These freezing temperatures are hard on us in many ways – and especially hard on our skin. The cold, dry air robs our skin of moisture all day and our indoor heating further compounds the issue at night. Harsh winter winds, hot showers or baths, and chemical cleansers can also contribute to redness, itching, chapping, cracking and even bleeding. Here are some tips to help counteract these effects and keep our skin healthy and comfortable this season!
Cornbread is a simple, comforting and delicious staple, but often it can be dry and flavourless. I have fond childhood memories of eating warm chunks of soft, sweet cornbread, but I have never been able to find that perfect recipe myself… until now!
Trends come and go, but a classic look is always in style! There’s so information and inspiration available these days – in magazines, on TV, on the internet – it’s tricky to know which ideas will stand the test of time and which will look dated fast. We came across a great article by Jennifer Barger of the Washington Post and we thought it was worth sharing, so here are seven tips for creating a classic look at home!
We love this warmer weather and all that it does for our gardens and our spirits, but sometimes it can also cause a few problems!
A soothing linen spray with lavender and vetiver essential oils is a natural way to help promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enjoy a more restful sleep.
Canada Day long weekend is a great time to get together with family and friends to celebrate being together in this great country – and to eat some delicious food!
Spring-cleaning usually brings to mind cleaning behind the stove, vacuuming under the couch and washing the drapes in order to be fresh and dust-free after months of winter hibernation! But in order to really refresh our home and give us that light, bright feeling of space and renewal, we have to address the issue of clutter…
This fresh, fruity dessert can be whipped up in just a few minutes and is naturally dairy and sugar free! No ice cream machine required!