Tree Sex and Nature's Womb

May 4, 2010 2 Comments

The title might be a little over the top, yet there is something so amazing about a year in which nature outdoes herself in productivity. This winter saw an abundance of snowfall in our region. The old timers say lots of snow is what the fruit trees love. I’m sayin’ lots of snow is what …

Simple Changes: Good for You and Good for the Environment

April 18, 2010 0 Comments

This morning I stumbled on an article by Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Michael Roizen entitled 4 Green Moves That Help You, Too. In the article, the docs identify a great starting point for implementing simple changes that could make a big difference. Hop on over and see what they have to say, then check …

Bookstores, Health Food Stores, & Greenhouses

March 24, 2010 0 Comments

Everyone has at least one. I happen to have three of which I am aware. It’s my power place. Okay, in my case, PLACES. It’s that place you can go where the world seems perfect, no harm can come, and time is irrelevant. It is a place that has a Zen-like serenity that nourishes your …

Locally Grown On the Panhandle-South Plains

March 13, 2010 0 Comments

A few years ago, I made a serious effort to find high-quality food to put into my body. I read a book call The Maker’s Diet by Jordan Rubin, and decided to adopt the ways of eating he prescribes. Most people take one look at the book and and toss it aside as an impossible …

My Wellness Garden Plans

March 9, 2010 2 Comments

Lately I have been looking at ways to make the wellness business work as a full time gig. It is something I ┬áhave always wanted to do, yet fear and security issues have kept me stuck in the safety of the employment of an organization. I am beginning to see through those issues and realize …