Anxiety is a common condition and of course, best treated by a licensed medical professional. On top of proper medical care, there are things you can do at home, for yourself, to help combat the symptoms of anxiety.
One thing I like to do is make miniature vials filled with herbs and essential oils that have natural healing abilities. They can be easily tucked away in your pocket or purse; taken with you anywhere. You can find the miniature vials at your nearest Hobby Lobby or Michael's. I try to find ones with screw top lids, they seem to be more secure.
Put a pinch of each of the following ingredients into the vial. Arrange the ingredients in the way that makes you happy.
**Remember, this is not to eat, this is to keep in a safe place.
Christmas is almost here and the kids are growing more anxious. If you are looking for an easy (and cheap) craft idea to cure their boredom for small moment, you came to the right place. Here are just a few craft ideas to make with the kiddos this year.
1. Paper Plate Christmas Tree
2. Santa In A Chimney
3. Salt Dough Glitter Hand print Ornament
4. Paper Plate Elf
5. Paper Plate Reindeer
6. Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Tree
7. Paper Bag Angel
8. Christmas Candle Craft
9. Clothes Pin Christmas Wreath
10. Newspaper Dancing Elf
Who doesn't love a Wendy's Frosty?
Now you can make them in the comfort of your own home and skip the lines. You can make this happen with only 3 ingredients and a little time.
**If you don't have an ice cream maker, you can put the mixture in an airtight container and place it in the freezer. You will have to make sure to stir the mixture thoroughly, every half an hour.
Thanksgiving can break the bank with the food you have to purchase alone. You want your dinner to be delicious but you also want your table to look amazing.
Decorations can be quite pricey, but not if you do them yourself. Here are just a few ideas to make your Thanksgiving setting a little more fabulous without having to spend so much money.
1. Family blessing jar.
2. Thanksgiving Napkin Rings
3. Twig Wreath Centerpieces With Fall Leaves
4. Chocolate Candy Turkeys
5. Flower Pot Pilgrim's Hat
6. Painted Wood Slice Pumpkin
- Miss Toria
Bath bombs have become really popular over the past two years. If you are obsessed with them like I am, it can get pretty expensive to keep stocked. Below you will find a basic bath bomb recipe. The best thing about them is that you can add whatever you want and make them your own. Just remember to really research things before using them, you don't want to irritate or damage your skin.
Tools you will need:
Ingredients you will need:
Follow these steps:
People can get pretty clever when they want something bad enough. I have gathered ten of the most hilarious (yet useful) life hacks that I could find. I present them to you.
1. Don't have a blender? How about a drill and a pair of scissors?
2. No one will ever notice the difference.
3. If you can sit, it still works.
4. This just looked so good I had to put it in.
5. I feel the sudden urge to go buy more distressed jeans.
6. Instantly fix all car problems without a mechanic.
7. This guy needs an award. Genius.
8. I have been doing it wrong all along.
9. Someone needs to come and give me some motivation like this.
10. Because that is the only place kale should be.
Unfortunately ladies and gentlemen, it is that time of year again. The warm weather is leaving us and the chapped lips will be arriving shortly. If you are anything like me, you like to use natural products, especially when you are applying it to your face, as often as possible.
The benefit from using beeswax in a lip balm is that it acts as a natural moisturizer as well as a protector from the wind and cold. Adding the Vitamin E along with the beeswax will add natural antioxidants that help to repair the damaged and dry skin.
The following is a recipe to make a natural, cheap and easy lip balm at home.
**If you are not a fan of scents in your daily products, you can leave the essential oils out of the lip balm and it will work just as great!**
Ingredients needed for your lip balm:
Although lip balm can be addicting and comforting on those really cold and windy days, please remember to use in moderation. Too much of anything is never good.
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