10 Incredible Buddha Bowls to Update Your Diet

Buddha bowls are typically viewed as a complicated meal that only professional nutritionists are able to make. But in reality, even the laziest girl in the world can make it herself. Buddha bowls are known for their versatility, healthy nutrients, and variety. One bowl can keep your energy going all day long and boost your overall wellness. While Buddha bowls are easy to make, perhaps you find yourself confusing about what to put into your bowl. 1. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl Sweet Read more [...]

10 Classic Makeup Looks to Try

Awesome makeup is often inspired by the classics. Beauties like Elizabeth Taylor and Brigitte Bardot had very different looks, but they still inspire beauty tips today. You can get these classic looks and more with just a few simple changes to your makeup routine. 1. 60’s Bombshell Use a large curling iron to add texture to hair and give it a tousled look. The focus is on the eyes here, so go heavy on the eyeliner and mascara. Use a Q-tip to smudge the eyeliner. A hint of peach blush will bring Read more [...]

10 Surprising Ways to Use Honey

Honey is one of the most wonderful foods in nature and there are many great ways to use it. I’m a huge honey lover. I enjoy honey in my tea, smoothies, and drizzled on top of peanut butter on toast. Recently I’ve decided to learn more about different uses of honey. I was surprised to find out that there are so many unusual ways to use this healthy food. Without further ado, here are a few surprising ways to use honey. Take a look, see what you think and be sure to try a few of these ways to use Read more [...]

10 Awesome Gingerbread House Ideas

The halls are decked, the classic Christmas songs are playing in the background, and you are ready to make your traditional gingerbread house. But why not have some fun with it? Instead of buying a kit and making the same, small, generic houses you usually do, kick it up a notch with these ten gingerbread house ideas to get the holiday cheer started this year. 1. Cookie Kingdom Give your gingerbread some oomph and build a cookie castle. Use some cake layers as your base and paste your favorite Read more [...]

Sweet Dreams: 8 Most Common Dreams and Their Meanings

Not always sweet, but nightmares are also needed to shake up our sleep routines. People all over the world see the similar dreams again and again and have no clue what they’re trying to tell us. Sometimes, the dreams have no sense at all, but still some types of dreams are the warning signs. You don’t necessarily have to be obsessed with your dreams, though. Just keep in mind the meaning of some of the most common dreams we all have every now and then and know what to expect every time you have Read more [...]

Sweet Potato Power Book Review

I recently read Sweet Potato Power by Ashley Tudor and I admit that at first, I was somewhat skeptical of a 250+ page book completely about sweet potatoes, but Ashley did a great job. While this book definitely has some great sweet potato recipes, it also has an easy-to-understand explanation of why a grain free diet is helpful and why sweet potatoes are an exceptional carb source for those of us who are grain free. This book would be especially beneficial for athletes who feel that they Read more [...]

A sweet finish

For the first time an Indian origin chocolate, Earth Loaf, has won top honours at The Guild of Fine Food UK It may seem like a somewhat outlandish combination. The bitter notes of coffee tempered by the sour-sweetness of pineapple and held together by swirls of gloriously smooth dark chocolate. But the blend works, and very well, if the jury of the prestigious Great Taste awards is to be believed. A Tokai Coffee & Pineapple Chocolate Bar created by the Mysuru-based Earth Loaf Artisan Chocolate Read more [...]

Sweet Salt Texturizing Spray for Hair

I’ve shared my natural hair spray recipe and my Beach Waves Sea Salt Spray before. I like both of them but wondered if I could combine them to make one everyday hair product. Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice Turns out, combining these two recipes is not only possible, but awesome. I have naturally baby-fine hair and even though it is naturally wavy, it doesn’t naturally hold style well. My hair is also long and blonde, so it gets easily weighed down and looks dirty if I put Read more [...]

Loaded Sweet Potato Soup

I used to love making potato soup, clam chowder and other potato based soups and stews. Now that we don’t eat white potatoes very often, I hadn’t made any of them in years. I found my old recipe when I was cleaning out my cabinets, and decided to try a sweet potato version. I used winter squash to take the sweetness down a notch, and the sweet and salty flavors in this soup go really well together. If you are a potato soup person, try it! 3 votes PRINT Loaded Sweet Potato Soup prep 10 mins cook 30 mins total 40 mins author wellness Read more [...]

Savory Sweet Potato Fries Recipe

These sweet potato fries are a kid-approved substitute for regular fries or potato products, and they are packed with nutrition. A kid favorite at our house, the kids often help slice these or cut them in to crinkle cut chips before baking. They are easy and fast to make and go with a lot of different meals. Sweet potatoes are considered more nutrient rich than regular potatoes and the sweetness of the sweet potatoes pairs perfectly with seal salt and pepper for a sweet and salty treat. I Read more [...]