Is there such a thing? I mean, has detoxing ever been simple?
Lily tells me there are certain foods to aid detox and they are easy and delicious to incorporate in our diets. The more I learn from Lily, the more I see a pattern emerging. There are some foods we can’t avoid and we shouldn’t.
After the summer and a little vacation time I need to up my intake of these foods.
What about you? Do you have any others we should include in our detox regime?
All that glitters is especially gold and silver this year.
Which had me thinking about metallic and my feelings towards the bright and shiny.
I remember back when gold and silver accents, let alone full metal fabrics, were considered not so chic; now in fashion, anything goes. As seasons come and go tastes change although I do believe there aren’t many surprises in fashion.
If you love fashion long enough you see most trends re-appear.
As much as holidays are about rest and relaxation they can also mean a little extra “fun” and lack of sleep. Before I left for our Greek getaway I asked Lily for some easy ways to keep eyes shiny and bright.
Eye health is something I am aware of, my mother has suffered from macular degeneration for many years and truthfully it’s one of those senses we need to be vigilant over.
It never hurts to be reminded of the natural ways we can look after ourselves. As well informed as we are, it is easy to lose track sometimes.
Here are the top 6 foods to keep eyes healthy and vision sharp.
I have always found raspberry to be one of those very lovely words.
Albeit a word with a strange spelling.
What is the “p” all about?
There is nothing “rasping” about raspberry.
Raspberry denotes everything luscious and delicious.
A word to conjure up goodness and pleasure in every which way. Whether raspberry is a taste, a touch or a vision, all in all raspberry is one potent word.