In the state of South Australia, wind erosion is a huge problem, exacerbating droughts and making farming exponentially more difficult. One farmer came up with perhaps the prettiest solution we've ever seen…
One of the perks of being a magazine publisher is receiving advance review copies from book publishers. Due to the rise of e-book publishing, the volume received is one tenth of what it was ten years, or even five years ago, but occasionally a flurry of books arrives on a single topic that makes me want to know what all the buzz is about.
During 2015 I noticed my immune system weakened as I fell victim to sinus headaches, colds, coughs, a flu and tooth decay. For years I have enjoyed very good health with only minor ailments, all of which I use natural medicine to treat, so I was surprised to see this giant crop of symptoms seemingly sprout up like an overnight mushroom patch.
Despite the boredom of having to sit through pundits, promises and data breach discussions during the Democratic debate on Saturday night, I was startled awake at one point to realize how stark the divide is between the Democratic and Republican visions for America.
Last week at the monthly Wellness Roundtable Holistic Networking Group I listened to Susan Strong speak about the epidemic of teen opiod addiction.
The holiday season of gifting is upon us. Americans give over forty percent of their annual charitable donations in December…
I believe this is the first year I actually enjoyed the Natural Living Expo! While I dearly love the expo, the staff, vendors, speakers and all the 9000 attendees who somehow find parking spaces, producing an event this big makes you reach deep, both during the weekend production and all the months preceding.