30 façons de faire les choses que vous aimez sans votre smartphone Dans notre culture obsédée par la technologie, nos smartphones sont devenus aussi importants que nos portefeuilles -- et lorsque nous l'oublions, c'est la panique. Mais si nous essayions de l'oublier volontairement? Avant l'information en temps réel, les mails et les textos, il y avait ces activités. La prochaine fois que vous chercherez quelque chose à faire -- sans vos gadgets -- jetez un œil à la liste ci-dessous. 1. Peignez ou coloriez quelque chose. Avant l'apparition de l'application Draw Something, il y avait les livres de coloriage et les toiles -- et cette activité que vous faisiez tous les jours dans votre enfance peut aider à réduire le stress et l'anxiété. 2. 3. 4. Aussi prenantes que soient les vidéos de chats, passer du temps avec vos animaux réels présente plus de bénéfices. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. La lecture a de nombreux bénéfices sur le cerveau. 13. 14. 15. 16.Pratiquez la méditation de pleine conscience. 17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.
14 natural items for your alternative first aid kit Cloves. Photo by Elenadan Find out which multitasking natural remedies merit a spot in your backpack. IF YOU’VE COME TO trust in herbal and alternative medicine at home, it can be a hard decision to go back to Pepto-Bismol and Dayquil when you’re getting ready to go abroad. 1. This is top of the list because it’s just so damn useful. Echinacea. 2. A powerful antibacterial, antibiotic, and antiparasitical potion. 3. Few things can kill a travel buzz like bad menstrual cramps. 4. All-Heal, Self- Heal and Heal-All are all common names of a plant which has many uses: antibiotic, antiseptic, astringent. Ginger root. 5. Stomach troubles are one of the most common issues among travelers. 6. Arnica is commonly found in two forms, either as a gel( look for Boiron brand) or in homeopathic pellets. 7. Native to Australia, the tea tree plant produces a powerful astringent oil. Licorice Root. 8. Licorice tastes delicious, is naturally sweet, and is super if you have a sore throat. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
Winter Color Beds of pansies, pots of ornamental cabbage, borders of narcissus . . . who says winter has to be bleak? Here in Texas with our nippy nights, warm sunny days, and a norther thrown in every once in a while to remind us it's December, winter is the flower gardener's most relaxed growing season. Without the green and growing jungle for competition, a simple splash of color goes a long way and here are a few ideas for cool season blooms. Pansies, with their jewel tones and ability to take sleet or sun, are our most popular winter planting. Tiny violas, like "johnny jump ups," and wood violets are the tough, enduring grandparents of the pansy family. Ornamental cabbage and ruffley kale are excellent color plants for containers and beds. The creamy ribs and deep green puckered leaves of ordinary garden Swiss chard make it a handsome winter landscaping plant. Bedding dianthus or "pinks" are practical choices for winter color. Bulb beds can provide rewarding winter color.
25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak 25 Thorough Cleaning Tricks For The Neat Freak For Different Solutions by rozin.abbas House & Home Some of us are absolute neat freaks, cringing at the sight of unsightly bacteria or disorganized magazine stacks. 1. Keeps it dry, instead of wet and gross. via Real Simple 2. This kills most of the germs and bacteria growing on it. via Penn State University 3. Yes, even things that clean need to be cleaned. via Somewhat Simple 4. Most people never clean this gadget, and maybe it's because they don't know how to. via A Real-Life Housewife 5. Just look below. via Apartment Therapy Page 1 of 6 What Did You Think? rozin.abbas For Different Solutions I like to eat. More posts by rozin.abbas Verified Join Diply Today Connect with a social network Sign In to Diply Sign into your Diply account with your social network Report Post Select the option(s) that best described why this should be removed from Diply.
Hardscaping 101: Raised Garden Beds: Gardenista Older Hardscaping 101: Raised Garden Beds by Janet Hall Issue 2 · Cook's Garden · January 15, 2015 Newer Issue 2 · Cook's Garden · January 15, 2015 Don't let bad soil stop you from planting an edible garden. Are raised beds the right solution for your edible garden? Above: Not to be confused with garden planters or containers, raised garden beds have no bottoms. What are the benefits of raised garden beds? Instant soil improvement. Above: Raised garden beds in the kitchen gardens of Daylesford Organic have sides of woven willow. Space efficiency. Above: At her Cape Cod home, architect Sheila Bonnell designed a raised garden bed in an outdoor nook conveniently located near the kitchen. Is there an ideal size for a raised garden bed? Several factors dictate size, including soil conditions, space limitations, and considerations of physical comfort. Length and Width. Height. For more of Art's kitchen garden tips, see Ask the Expert: How to Create a Beautiful Edible Garden. Above: DIY raised bed.
Sweet alyssum Sweet alyssum, with its dainty, fragrant flowers, is often used in containers and hanging baskets to spill over the edges, creating a soft, frothy look. It's also a great edging plant because of its tidy, compact habit. Regardless of how you use it, sweet alyssum does best in spring and fall's cool conditions (or use it for winter color in very warm climates). In cool-summer conditions, such as the northern third of the United States, sweet alyssum will bloom steadily through the summer.
Day 29: Organizing for the Child with Special Needs | GABRIELLA VOLPE, B.Ed. While all of those dreamy Pinterest images of organized spaces make me drool, and as much as I like a simple-looking, clean home – that just can’t be my reality anymore. Caring for and homeschooling with a child with special needs means I have so many materials and so many large pieces of equipment - I can’t even begin to compare to what I find online. Does this sound like your situation? I have some simple tips to help you organize your materials and equipment so that your home can allow you some breathing space. Oh, beautifully designed spaces. Why organization may be a challenge with children with special needs A word about organizing for homeschooling I believe that every space in the home is a learning space. When organizing for homeschooling, think about designating one area on each floor, and in each room, to a special school activity. Our basement is the physical education part of our home since it’s spacious and stores all of the larger toys and equipment. Use what you own.
This Woman Has Spent The Last 14 Years Photographing The World's Oldest Trees San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon has spent the last 14 years in search of the world’s oldest trees. In the most remote and obscure locations she has uncovered the most spectacular trees, many of which appear old enough to hold long buried secrets of the world. In her artist statement Beth writes, “Standing as the earth’s largest and oldest living monuments, I believe these symbolic trees will take on a greater significance, especially at a time when our focus is directed at finding better ways to live with the environment.” Take a peak at some of the most amazing and oldest trees Beth encountered throughout her 14-year journey. Beth decides which trees to photograph using a few different criteria. Before venturing to a certain location, Beth does her research uncovering the history of the spot. Dr. It is so important that we fight to protect the old trees that still stand tall, they are the only living thing that remains of the distant past. How do you know how old a tree is?
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