Tools to preserve quality of life and to spark memories Continuing my series on Tips and Tools for Lewy Body Dementia in the later stages, we will talk today about maybe the most important and meaningful aspect. When a person is declining with any type of dementia, the familiar becomes more important than anything else….Read more
Seven Hundred Assassins and Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop 34
Welcome to the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop! Today in church (Sabbath) we had a guest speaker. He told some exciting stories from recent happenings around the world. One of the most amazing stories was from the Philippine jungles, where they have been having rebel warfare for many years. In one area, there were seven hundred…Read more
Planting Basil in The Garden
Many varieties and flavors of basil come together into our new basil garden.Read more
Favorite Seed Catalogues
The top garden seed catalogues that we love to read and order from!Read more
Plant Based Golden Milk
Are you drinking your golden milk? If not, you’d better find out why it’s great, and I’m sure you’ll want to drink it regularly!Read more
☀️Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop!☀️
It’s a brand new blog hop!
☀️ Share home, heart, and health-related blog posts and connect with others.
Begins now and continues through Thursday evening.
☀️ Spread some sunshine! ☀️
Mixing My Own Past Tense for Migraines
I made my own DIY essential oil blend to replace DoTerra’s Past Tense. Here’s how…Read more
Using a French Press for Herbal Tea
Ever wanted to make loose leaf herbal tea with less mess? A French Press may be what you’re looking for!Read more
Medicinal Charcoal on the Homestead
Activated charcoal is one of the most useful and versatile natural remedies available. Find out practical uses and applications of medicinal charcoal for health and healing.Read more
Make a Charcoal Poultice the Clean and Neat way
If you’ve ever made a charcoal poultice, you know it can be a messy process!
Here is a great way to make a neat and clean (and easy) charcoal poultice as a maturely remedy!
Aunt Flo Comes to the Homestead—How to Deal with Off Grid Periods
The Homesteading Woman and That Time of the Month: OFF GRID PERIODS Off grid periods: Yes, they’re a Thing Hold On! I’m about to touch a topic that many would not come near with a ten-foot pole–the issue of periods and the off grid life. OK–the issue of periods at all isn’t a dining room…Read more
Homestead Blog Hop 310
Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! ? I’m seeing so much Fall! ? Leaves are changing and sailing to the ground! ? The air has a definite change, and acorns line the roads! ? And, yes, I’m seeing plenty of squirrels in our woods! It’s a great time for walks outdoors, bonfires, and camping trips!…Read more
Homemade Vegan Yogurt. Yes, You CAN Do It Yourself!
Homemade Vegan Yogurt—A Plant-Based delight Homemade Vegan Yogurt is delicious, rich in probiotics that help your gut and immune system, and satisfying. Although you can buy ready-made vegan yogurt? it tends to be expensive and loaded with sugar, which sort of negates all those good benefits! This post contains affiliate links. The good…Read more
Bed wetting, Holding it, and Constipation in Kids
Bed Wetting in Kids–Won’t they just outgrow it? I wanted to share a few stories and some resources today that are a bit different from my normal blog content. I’m talking about bed wetting. I just thought that if what I share can be of use to ANYONE out there, I’ll be grateful. This post…Read more
Homestead Blog Hop 266 & Thanksgiving Amid Trials
Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! Thanksgiving Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day. Today is the day our family will get together for our annual celebration. Of course we have been looking forward to this day with great anticipation. Yet, just a few hours ago (as in 4 am), I believed we’d have to sit this gathering…Read more