Finger Exercises

Finger exercises, often relegated to the dustbin of fitness fads, are the quiet heroes of our current age. Picture a symphony of nimble digits dancing across the keyboard, the subtle ballet of tendons, orchestrating a concerto of clicks and clacks.  One might scoff at the notion, dismissing it as the domain of obsessive typists and […]

The Explosive Power Of Seeds

As I travelled around Asia I became more and more aware of the different fruits and vegetables on offer. Trying the delights of the tamarillo (it’s like a party in your mouth!) at a market in Bali, the stall owner explained to me why I should always eat the seeds of a fruit…..because they contain an enormous amount of life energy that becomes the plant.

Microplastics: Harming Our Food Chain

Microplastics are tiny plastic particles less than 5 millimeters in size, originating from a variety of sources. 
Fish swallow these microbeads and are later caught. The beads end up back on your dinner plate for you ingest once again.

Garlic: Fabulous Food or Mighty Medicine?

Garlic, that humble bulbous herb, is a close cousin of the onion, a fact as universally acknowledged as the blue of the sky. 

Yet, garlic’s legacy stretches far beyond its botanical kinship. 

For millennia, it has been the cornerstone of culinary alchemy, an indispensable ingredient whose absence in the kitchen is as unthinkable as a chef without a knife.

The Power of Water Therapy: Unlocking Natural Healing

Discover how water therapy can heal and revitalise your health with natural, effective methods. Learn practical tips for integrating water healing today.

The Comparison Effect

Let’s take a look at what’s fundamentally important to the majority of us – how to dodge those irritating negative emotions and replace them with more confidence, happiness and success.  I’m writing about something called “The Comparison Effect”. This is about comparing yourself to others, which you should NEVER do…..but it does happen. The results […]

Nature’s Tiny Custodians in Your Home

Household spiders, those eight-legged arachnid squatters, are the unsung heroes of our domestic ecosystems, though they rarely receive anything but a squeal and a swat for their troubles. 

Their fine silk webs, more intricate than your granny’s lace, construct their snares in the dim corners of our homes, forgotten until the swish of a broom into an unseen web reminds us of their presence.

One Of The Oldest Known Leaf Vegetables Consumed By Humans

Watercress As summer rolls in, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the benefits of seasonal foods. Take watercress, for example. This superfood even has its own website: www.watercress.co.uk. Known as a spring-cleaning herb, watercress is great for revitalizing your whole system. The Basics Watercress is part of the cruciferous vegetable family, which includes radishes, broccoli, […]

Each Day Presents A New Canvas

The average person speaks around 16,000 words in a day, with females (16,215 words) speaking slightly more than males (15,699).  During a typical day, people speak around 941 words per hour. The actual time people spend speaking during the day totals just under 2 hours. What seems to fascinate people is the last words of celebrities. […]

Is Your Yoga Mat Safe?

While conventional yoga mats are generally considered safe, before we dive into downward dog, let’s talk about the potential pitfalls lurking beneath us. There are some potential dangers associated with them, especially if they are made with certain materials or if they are not properly cared for. Here are a few concerns: To mitigate these […]