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Direct Answers – The Odds

Hello. I need advice. About a month ago I confronted my spouse about being involved with a coworker. He admitted to the relationship. Physically, he said, they only kissed, but he did not offer this information readily. Our counselor had to pull his teeth to get it out. (Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)

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The Most Popular Herbs to Cure Fibroids Naturally

The use of herbal remedies to cure various ailments or otherwise promote general health and well-being goes back thousands of years and even in this day and age of pharmaceuticals, herbalism continues to grow in popularity because various herbs have been shown to be effective. If you are battling uterine fibroids and are looking for…

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A Look Into Natural Flavours – Did You Eat Your Beaver Butt This Morning?

Before you continue reading this article please consider which one of the following categories you fall into: 1- You go about life eating what you please without caring how it has been processed and what it may contain nutritionally for your health or that could be detrimental to your health. or 2- You would like…

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Introducing New Chickens to Your Existing Flock

Adding new chickens your flock of birds can be tricky, but it’s not impossible. Every flock will have a period of adjustment, but with thoughtful planning, fighting can be kept to a minimum (in most cases). The goal is to have a happy, well-adjusted flock in the end, (with no blood shed or lost life)….

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Growing Tea Herbs – Leaves to Blend and Brew

By growing your own tea herbs you can have almost endless variations of herbal teas. Imagine walking into your herb garden on an early summer morning, gathering a few sprigs of spearmint, a leaf or two of pineapple sage, and a sprig of marjoram, and brewing a fragrant tea as a morning wake-up. (Visited 64…

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Growing Herbs for Profit

You have planted your herb garden with all your favorite herbs. They are thriving; you are enjoying the zing and zest they are adding to your meals. You’ are also reading all you can about different ways to use them. In fact, you are getting downright passionate about herbs! So… why not make some money…

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Wild Strawberries – Interesting Facts About the Virginia Strawberry

During the Middle Ages in Europe the Romans enjoyed the taste of wild strawberries. Wild strawberries were first discovered by the Europeans when they sailed to North America and landed in Virginia in the late 1500’s. They then brought these strawberries that they have found back with them to Europe.Then in mid 1600’s a much…

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A Homeowner’s Winter Safety Guide

The cold winter months often bring a host of repairs and tasks that are necessary to prepare our homes for the weather. After you have insulated your walls and windows, wrapped your water pipes and cleaned your fireplace, what more can you do to ensure your home and family are winter-ready and safe? (Visited 30…

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Unusual Uses for Your Summer Greenhouse

We tend to think of greenhouses as spaces devoted to growing plants, but they have other uses as well. If plants aren’t growing in your greenhouse during these hottest months of the year– or if there’s extra space among plants that are there—why not utilize this sheltered place in other ways? (Visited 427 times, 1…

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Advice from a Tree – Ilan Shamir

Dear Friend, Stand tall and proud, Sink your roots deeply into the earth Reflect the light of your true nature Think long term Go out on a limb Remember your place among all living beings Embrace with joy the changing seasons For each yields its own abundance The energy and birth of Spring The growth…

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Gingerbread

From The New American Plate Cookbook This beautifully light version of traditional gingerbread uses whole-wheat pastry flour to add fiber, vitamins and phytochemicals that regular white flour lacks. Naturally sweet molasses and aromatic spices keep this dessert moist and flavorful. Serve warm with fresh fruit or a cup of tea for a comforting holiday treat….

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Direct Answers – Audacity

Here’s the deal. I just broke up with my girlfriend of a year and a half because I sensed she was losing interest in me. Later I found out through her girlfriends that she wanted to be single and unattached. (Visited 9 times, 1 visits today)

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Southwest Vegetable Frittata

If you’re in a breakfast rut, this recipe is the perfect start to help you eat healthier all day long. A delicious combination of vegetables, beans and eggs follow our cancer-protective proportions of plant and animal foods. Seasoned with salsa, cilantro and topped with cool avocado, this frittata is sure to make it into your…

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Women in Agriculture are Challenging Stereotypes

About a third of the nation’s farmers are women, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And most of these women are working family farms, since 99 percent of all American farms are family-owned and operated. Just under 1 million women farmers contribute $12.9 billion to the nation’s economy and are responsible for farming more…

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A Cup of Tea can Be The Best Solution for Everyday Wellness

Before medicine and pharmaceuticals filled our remedy box, food and food ingredients were considered healing agents. Hippocrates was wise in his understanding of the special powers of food, beyond satisfying our appetites: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” There are many cultures that rely on herbal remedies and natural foods for…