Months back I made a post on indoor houseplants, which you can see here: Transform your home into a Rainforest Jungle (& list of tropical plants to grow indoors). I highly recommend viewing that post because there are some pictures of homes that have been transformed into a rain forest-like atmosphere, just by adding a couple houseplants. In that post I mentioned…Continue
Added by Cassie K on October 9, 2015 at 6:03am — No Comments
In my last video I explained to you what your inner child is, how it can manifest in a healthy way, and how it can manifest when it is wounded/injured/abandoned.
You learned that the way your inner child is wounded is through abandonment - first by the adults in your life and then by you as you grow up.
In this video I am going to give you the one simple tool you need to start healing your relationship with…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on October 9, 2015 at 4:18am — No Comments
Columbus Day is celebrated every year by Americans on October 12th when in 1492, Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo) explored the Americas. We refer to him as the "Father of the New World." Between 1492 and 1503, Columbus completed four round-trip voyages, which mark the beginning of the European exploration and colonization of the American continents. All of this sounds very humble. It's a common misconception that he was trying to prove the world was round, which everyone already…Continue
Added by Cassie K on October 8, 2015 at 2:33am — No Comments
I picked a Fig off one of the trees today. Yesterday actually I picked two Figs from our trees. In addition, I harvested 2 pints of cherry tomatoes, which I gave to my niece. She is 3 years old, and loves fruits and vegetables. Some of these short moments have an intense impact in a young kid's life. So she ate about 20 cherry tomatoes yesterday from the garden, and took the rest home with her for her Mom and Grandma to put in salads.
Intuitively, my niece asked for carrots from the…
Added by Cassie K on October 7, 2015 at 5:19am — No Comments
I'm not sure what critter--possibly a rabbit or chipmunk--is eating the tops of the radish plants, but I am protecting them with a recycled cage. Other recycled materials I am using are glass panes to protect the greens from rabbits but also to protect them from cold nights. …
Added by Cassie K on October 7, 2015 at 5:17am — No Comments
Just wanted to document a change for my personal record and for others to see if they are having the same issues.
I used to have really bad night sweats prior to coming to 30BAD. I was told this was normal for my age. I did not think much of it, but began to get concerned as other symptoms began to show. Nothing I did ever improved my night sweats. However, at some point months ago, I do remember them going away, except for that time of month. I kind of forgot about…Continue
Added by Fruity Fitness on October 7, 2015 at 5:00am — No Comments
The inner child is a pretty huge topic in the healing/health/wellness/spiritual circles - and for good reason. Having an inner child that is healthy, nourished and balanced by your adult self is a recipe for a life that is totally fulfilling, and one that is in alignment with your highest and greatest good.
The problem is, most of us are walking around with severely damaged inner children, who we never listen to anymore.…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on October 7, 2015 at 2:39am — No Comments
He swooped down suddenly and grabbed a piece of plastic litter off the ground. Jabbing at the logo with his finger he said, “See, even this here, all this dye, this all comes from an industrial process in a factory somewhere. It takes chemicals to produce, water, resources, not to mention the petroleum to make the bag itself and all that is involved with that. They have to take materials…Continue
Added by Ryno on October 6, 2015 at 9:01am — No Comments
Hello my name is Samantha and I want to talk about what I want to accomplished.
My whole life I had a fast metabolism and was always skinny. I never had to worry about gaining weight, instead my parents always had to make sure that I was eating because I was "never hungry" or in other words I just didn't realize I was.
I was always skinny shamed when I was younger and I just ate when I was bored but would always find junk food! My parents made sure we never had sweets but I…Continue
Added by Samantha Azzarone on October 4, 2015 at 7:14pm — No Comments
A beautifully shaped Cherry Belle radish was pulled up today. This particular radish was grown in a big pot with a mix of other radish plants. As you can see in the photo below, I am growing a patch of radishes off to the right of the containers. …
Added by Cassie K on October 4, 2015 at 3:14pm — No Comments
Hi everyone !
If you understand french or wanna improve it, you can now watch my vegan & fruitarian videos on my Youtube channel: Vie Fruitée. I spread the message of veganism and fruitarianism to newcomers and give advices to current vegans and fruitarians.
I also launched a website with more content on it: Vie Fruitée
I'd love to have your…Continue
Added by Nicolas HAGUET on October 3, 2015 at 4:19pm — No Comments
To my surprise, the grocery store I frequent started selling Jackfruit. Apparently because I had not been to the grocery store in weeks, I didn't realize the store had been selling them for weeks now.
Of course once I saw the sign for the jackfruit, I was…
Catering to a vegan diet can be difficult at the best of times, throw in an unfamiliar city, foreign culture and a language barrier and you’ve got yourself Chilli Basil Dog Fried Rice! (I’m kidding, they don’t eat dog in Thailand).
I’ve been living in Bangkok for 18 months (6 months vegan) which…Continue
Added by MotherOfDragonFruit on October 3, 2015 at 1:58am — No Comments
In the photos are the Chicago hardy fig variety, which produces purple skinned fruits with a red jam-like texture inside. The taste is similar to Apricots, Plums, and Peaches. They will grow from little, green nubs then be triple their size overnight.Continue
Added by Cassie K on October 3, 2015 at 12:40am — No Comments
Fall is my favorite season! The colors, weather and of course food. When I think of fall I think of pumpkin. I've done a round-up of some great vegan pumpkin recipes.
The holiday season is quickly…Continue
All work and no play leads to burn out.
All play and no work leads to a sloppy life.
Balance is key to progression on your spiritual path.
I think most of us can say we intellectually understand this. But when we look around at our world, we tend to see people in one of two camps:
Either you are the balls to the wall type - practicing…Continue
Loving what arrises.
Loving your negative emotions. Your negative thoughts. Your self destructive behaviours. The things that do not go your way in life.
This sounds like a beautiful teaching, doesn't it?
But maybe it also sounds like the person who is able to do this also rides a unicorn to work, has literal angel wings on their back and can turn 1 loaf of organic…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on September 30, 2015 at 6:06am — No Comments