NaBloPoMo - BlogHer - March 2014 Monday, March 31, 2014 Tell us one thing you learned about yourself this month. ~~~~~~~~ As NaBoPoMo's March challenge comes to a close, I can say that I learned a lot about myself. I found that I work better alone, but I do not like to travel alone. My... Continue Reading →
http://ceenphotography.com/2014/03/31/share-your-world-2014-week-13/ Share Your World - 2014 Week 13 Do you believe in extraterrestrials or life on other planets? Yes, it only makes sense. What type of pet or pets do you not want to have? I don't like spiders and snakes. I don't like rats and other rodents. I like my dogs and cats, just... Continue Reading →
Tomorrow is the start of this year’s A-to-Z Blogging Challenge. The A-to-Z Challenge, or “Blogging from A to Z,” began in 2010, when Arlee Bird reached 200 followers on his blog and decided it would be a cool way to celebrate. Each challenge participant blogs every day, minus Sundays, for the entire month of April.... Continue Reading →
NaBloPoMo - BlogHer - March 2014 Daily Prompt: I Walk the Line by Krista on March 30, 2014 Have you got a code you live by? What are the principles or set of values you actively apply in your life? ~~~~~~~~ The codes I value most in my life are self-respect and respect for others.... Continue Reading →
Spring Cleaning (Part III)
Today’s Spring Cleaning post will be the last in the ‘Spring Cleaning’ series. In ‘Part III’ we are going to discuss the antibacterial and antiviral properties of White Thyme Essential Oil.
White Thyme (Thymus zygis)
White Thyme Essential Oil helps kill airborne bacteria and fends off infectious diseases. Try using 3-5 drops in an Oil Burner. White Thyme Essential Oil can also be used in cleaning mixtures.
2 cups Water
2 Tablespoons Liquid Castile Soap
1 Tablespoon White Thyme Essential Oil
10 drops Lavender Essential Oil
Pour ingredients into a spray bottle. Shake to mix. Use this mixture to clean sinks, toilet seats, and other surface areas you wish to disinfect. Spray surfaces and let sit for 20-30 minutes. Wipe down with a clean, damp cloth.
White Thyme Essential Oil can also be added to your laundry (2-4 Tablespoons per load, depending on load size) for fresh, clean…
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Echoes Echoes by Therin Knite AMAZON SUMMARY Washington District of Columbia United Republic of Earth 2712 _____ Twenty-three-year-old Adem Adamend has it rough. His name is ludicrous. His friends are few. And the only thing his "kid genius" status has gotten him at the Interdistrict Bureau of Intelligence is a boatload of extra work with... Continue Reading →
Esther Newton writes: I’ve written a couple of humorous poems about writing over the past couple of weeks, so I thought I’d try a limerick this week: There was a young writer from Reading, Whose writer’s block did his head in; It kept him up all night, And still no words in sight, So he... Continue Reading →
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Spring Cleaning (Part II)
Today we are going to talk about Tea Tree Essential Oil. It is truly an ‘essential’ for the household when it comes to ‘spring cleaning’ and a good essential oil to have on hand year round.
Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)
Tea Tree Essential Oil is antiseptic, anti-infectious, and antiviral. It is fungicidal and acts as a parasiticide. Tea Tree Essential Oil has a medicinal aroma that will leave your home smelling fresh and clean. It fights bacteria and mildew safely and naturally.
Try Tea Tree Essential Oil as a toilet bowl cleanser. Mix together: 1/2 cup Baking Soda, 1/2 cup Distilled White Vinegar, and 10 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil. Pour this mixture into your toilet bowl and leave for 10-15 minutes. Then use a toilet brush to scrub bowl and flush.
Tea Tree Essential Oil can also be added to a tub and tile scrub mixture. Using a funnel…
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NaBloPoMo - BlogHer - March 2014 Friday, March 28, 2014 How old were you when you started your first diary? ~~~~~~~~ I received my first diary when I was eight or nine years old. I wrote something in it every day. At first, I wrote little snippets about my day, maybe a poem here and... Continue Reading →