Natural Living

5 Ways to Organize Your Kitchen

Posted on May 19, 2013

susanI am all about organizing. Especially when it comes to the kitchen. The kitchen is where you cook, where you clean, and sometimes where you eat. So, it’s crucial that this is the most organized room in the house. Besides, almost everyone wants a beautiful kitchen that’s fun and inviting. Read More »      


Easy and Inexpensive Meals

Posted on June 2, 2013

square bran muffinsFor as long as I can remember, finding cheap, healthy, and delicious meals was not an easy task, especially to suit my parameters. We don’t eat a lot of meat. Meat is a flavor-er, not a meal. I have conducted extensive research on whether or not tofu is bad for you and in what amounts. But guess what I found out. Not only is it tofu okay to eat, the fact that it is fermented soy(try for organic) is seriously good for your health. Read More »    


Essentials of a Healthy Shopping List

Posted on June 8, 2013

Healthy Shopping List squareIs your shopping list healthy? Are the things you put in there food and not ingredients? If you answered no to either of those questions, maybe it’s time you revamped your shopping list. If your trying to eat healthier, avoiding foods that are already made is a big leap towards freedom. You might be wondering what freedom I’m talking about, but I’m talking about the freedom from eating foods that are bad for you. Once you start buying healthier foods, you’ll definitely notice the difference in your diet. Read More »  


How To Grow A Bean Plant From Dry Beans

Posted on August 3, 2013

big bean plantEvery now and again, we plant new things in our garden. But have you ever tried to grow beans before? Did you know that it is possible to actually grow a bean plant from the bagged dry beans you get from the grocery store? Well, you can and it’s easier than you think. At my local Walmart, dry red beans in a 1 pound bag costs $1.69 and you can imagine how many bean plants you can grow from that many seeds. Read More »  


Jam Labelizer

Posted on September 6, 2013

frozen berries

Last week we went to Dollar Tree, and, as most people do, spent like $35 dollars. But one of the major things we got was frozen fruit. For only a dollar, 10 to 14 ounces of fruit is a steal, not to mention the prices will sky rocket when autumn and winter hits. But the best thing about the fruit is that we’ve started to can, and you know what that means… JAM! Read More »    


20 Delicious Ways to Prepare Lentils

Posted on November 30, 2013

lentil post square Lentils may not seem like the most appetizing thing to eat, but let’s face it: sometimes we don’t have the means to make a super expensive meal for our glorious families. Sometimes we don’t have the time to make something fancy. But I can guarantee that you can afford to buy lentils and still prepare a delicious and intriguing dinner for your family. Not only are lentils one of the cheapest things to get in the grocery store their also pretty healthy. Read More »


12 Great Stocking Stuffers

Posted on December 2, 2013

12 Stocking Stuffers square Thanksgiving’s ended and so has Black Friday, but are you prepared for the new holiday season? It seems that once the previous holidays end, it’s time to be bombarded with endless Christmas carols and peppermint flavored everything. And when Saint Nicholas Day comes rolling around, finding healthy alternatives to the holiday classics is not an easy job. No sir, not at all. Read More »




How to Strengthen Your Bones Organically

Posted on January 7, 2013


Strong bones support a healthy lifestyle. Having the ability to be active and run around is a luxury many people can’t afford. Many people think that by drinking mass amounts of milk, that their bones will be ship shape and ready to go. But I’ve done a little research and it turns out that some of the proteins in pasteurized milk makes it harder for your bones to absorb the calcium that milk is full of. So I found that there are other ways to make your bones strong in a natural and organic way!

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