Archive for the ‘well being’ Category

Today I am pleased to bring you a qualilty guest post written by Amy Fowler on behalf of organic topsoil suppliers at Garden Topsoil Direct. Visit any supermarket in the western world today and the idea that we might be edging towards a food crisis seems inconceivable, yet the fact is, such a disaster isn’t so […]

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simplicity is bliss

10, Feb 2012

I love simplicity. It’s bliss. simplicity is elimination Elimination of things that hinder dreams. Elimination of products and services that use hard earned resources. Elimination of empty activities. Elimination of worry. simplicity is reduction Reduction of words. Reduction of tools. Reduction of things. Reduction of time. simplicity is more More peace of mind. More ability […]

With Christmas coming I like to help people focus on change and happiness. This post is going to be short and sweet. It’s a simple question. Do you take time to enjoy life and your blog? Yes or No. It shows. If you aren’t enjoying blogging it shows up in your life and vice versa. […]

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Last week I shared a very simple coffee liqueur recipe but this one is even easier. Perfect on ice or to put in your coffee, this simple irish cream recipe saves a lot of money and only takes a few minutes to make. Ingredients: condensed milk – 1 can vanilla – bean, powder or liquid […]

Just in time for Christmas I thought I’d share a quick and simple coffee liqueur recipe made with real coffee not instant. After looking at a ton of recipes with instant cocoa and coffee I decided to create my own & I only needed 5 ingredients. Many of the recipes say they taste better if […]

This zucchini bread with blue cheese and walnuts is to die for. Another simple recipe made with all natural ingredients. Filling and delicious. Ingredients: 1 medium zucchini 2 cups of flour (use whole grain such as buckwheat or spelt) butter 3-4 medium to large eggs blue cheese cheddar cheese (extra old is best) salt walnuts […]

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Another simple recipe. Cooked in a large batch, you can freeze or jar this sauce to have extra for the winter months. This sauce is nice with a sprinkle of your favorite cheese. I use best survival knife and extra old cheddar. Ingredients: tomatoes zucchini onions mushrooms olive oil or butter water red wine cilantro […]

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Cold Cucumber Soup

8, Oct 2009

Here’s a simple recipe for cold cucumber soup with summer going quickly, I thought I’d share it with you to enjoy the last of the fresh cucumber. Ingredients: 4 cups of fresh grated cucumber (it is best to peel the cucumber) 3-4 medium white potatoes with water (you can substitute with a can of potato […]

Fall has arrived, so I think it’s fitting to do an update on my wonderful vegetable garden experiment and the harvest this year. The garden was an experiment in simplicity. I wanted to plant and maintain in a Thoreau style – letting nature fend for itself. With the occasional watering and a couple times weeding, […]

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