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16 Dec 18
Reena Travel Stories

“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.”   […]

16 Dec 18
shofa tazkia

Hello everyone, welcome again to my blog. I want to tell you about my experience, and what I learned during my first trimester of pregnancy. I hope this will be a helpful for you 🙂 Experience EATING MORE The first changes I noticed was eating more. Before I know that Im pregnant, Yoga and I noticed […]

16 Dec 18
René Academy

Skincare by Rene.Pro Tea Tree 2 in 1 Exfoliating mask 70g / 2.46 oz. Our Tea Tree 2 in 1 Exfoliating Mask contains Australian Green Clay and Tea Tree that help draw out any impurities as well as kill off bacteria. Pineapple Enzymes and Organic Rice are used to remove dead skin cells leaving the […]

16 Dec 18
Catherine Gallaway

Made from coconut flour and topped with coconut icing and pineapple, this Paleo Coconut Cake with Pineapple is moist, fruity and delicious! CLICK HERE FOR MORE CLICK HERE FOR MORE

16 Dec 18
HomeSweetZ

Hi guys! I’m back again with another recipe. Today, I wanted to share with you about my thanksgiving pineapple-mango punch. Really, you can do it any time of year, like for Christmas or New Year’s, but I just happened to make my recipe during Thanksgiving. Anyway, let’s start doing this #SweetzStyle!   You will need: 1/4 cup orange […]

16 Dec 18
Ocracokeobserver.com

By Rita Thiel Douglas fir trees for Christmas may be the norm elsewhere, but on Ocracoke where there are no fir trees, cedar tress have served the holiday for generations. Scouring the soggy marshes, sandy paths and thorny thickets, Ocracoke youth began the Christmas season in the fall in hopes of finding the right island […]

16 Dec 18
Kenai Organic Farms

KAPAA — Tucked behind rows of award-winning orchids and an enclosed garden, with koi and more than 50 monarch and citrus swallowtail butterflies, is a little shop that smells like plumeria and pineapple. Kapaa resident Sarah Schroeder is usually back there, mixing together essential oils, cocoa butter, organic sugar and Samoan coconut oil behind colorful […]

16 Dec 18
City Women & co

December 16, 2018 at 02:00AM If you’ve never heard of a funny sounding fruit called soursop, join the club. But given all its good-for-you benefits, it’s time to get familiar. The green, heart-shaped fruit of the Graviola (or annona muricata) tree can weigh up to 15 pounds and grows in tropical regions of North and […]

16 Dec 18
Me Travel

On a bus heading south from Sassari in northern Sardinia, I’m listening to my Russian guide, Natasha. Unlike the Sardinians, she is tall and white-skinned with long blonde hair, but like the locals, she talks so passionately about the island’s north region, you can tell she loves living here and will probably never leave. Right […]

16 Dec 18
coach4aday

Coach4aday blog posts are written by John Rancke and me. We write daily about leadership, food, people, music, our granddaughters, Lumberton NC, and things that pique our curiosity. If you want to follow the blog via email go to the bottom right of the post and click the follow button. My twitter handle is @coach4aday2 […]

16 Dec 18
Enjoying Cornwall...

David and Jennifer over for a fleeting visit, and pouring with rain. What to do? Eden proved the answer. We have resisted going there during the period we have lived down here because it seems so expensive. But by getting a locals’ card and paying by DD we got it down to a reasonable amount […]

16 Dec 18
Marigold Moment

The twenty-somethings in the room honestly had no idea what it was. Grant pulled the owl-patterned, flannel cover away from the neck of the hot water bottle and showed its rubbery lips, and the brass thread for its plastic stopper. “You boil a tea kettle and fill it up with hot water” he said “then […]

16 Dec 18
Vogenix Self Tanner

KAPAA — Tucked behind rows of award-winning orchids and an enclosed garden, with koi and more than 50 monarch and citrus swallowtail butterflies, is a little shop that smells like plumeria and pineapple. Kapaa resident Sarah Schroeder is usually back there, mixing together essential oils, cocoa butter, organic sugar and Samoan coconut oil behind colorful […]

16 Dec 18
Basic Creativity

1. What country do you live I live in the great country called Australia. 2. What is your favourite food Okay this is hard because I love food in general. My favourite kind is savory foods. I love fairy floss but never eat it. I love salad I know its weird but I love it. […]

16 Dec 18
All the Books and Pineapple

“You are immortal, and perhaps I seem small to you,” she said at last fiercely. “But my life is not your game.” Title: The Girl in the Tower (The Winternight Trilogy #2) Author: Katherine Arden Rating: ★★★★★ Publication Date: December 5, 2017 Amazon    Barnes and Noble   Book Depository The Bear and the Nightingale  ★★★★★ The […]