Garden Tour January 2017 // Garden Answer

Hey guys! We thought it would be fun to put together a garden tour once a month in 2017 so you can see how everything progresses, changes, and grows throughout the year. Even though we’re starting it off in January, when there’s tons of snow on the ground, it’s still fun to look around and…

How to Make the World a Better Place by Downsizing and Recycling

Like many women in our community, I have spent quite a bit of time over the last decade reorganizing and, where possible, downsizing. Along the way, I have learned that downsizing is not really about saying “no” to the things we don’t need. It is about saying “yes” to the things that really matter. Today,…

Dick Curtis

This is a quick iphone interview with the great Dick Curtis at his hotel in Sedona Arizona.

DIY Orchid Pot Bird Feeder // Garden Answer

I love how easy this project is! I recommend that you check with your local garden store for the terra cotta saucers and pot (and they’ll most likely have the s-hook and bird seed as well), but in case you have trouble locating any of the supplies, here are links! 🙂 Thanks for watching! ~Laura…

The Ordinary ~ Skincare Review

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How does the brain work? – Alzheimer’s Society (1)

The brain is the most complex organ in our body. It controls everything we do, from simple things such as breathing, to complex things such as co-ordinating our movements. The brain stores our memories, allows us to think and speak, and controls how we behave. Damage to the brain, such as that seen in dementia,…

How do brain cells work? – Alzheimer’s Society (2)

The brain is made up of billions of nerve cells that are specially designed to communicate with each other. They form many connections with one another, creating an intricate network between cells. These networks are a bit like the complex electrical circuits inside a computer. Messages travel down cells as tiny electrical impulses, and chemicals…

What is dementia? – Alzheimer’s Society (3)

Dementia is the name for a group of symptoms that commonly include problems with memory, thinking, problem solving, language and perception. In a person with dementia, these symptoms are bad enough to affect daily life. Dementia is not a disease in its own right, and it is not a natural part of ageing. Rather, the…