Healthy Habits For A World In Lockdown

Your body is like a machine. What happens if you take your car to the petrol station and accidentally fill the tank with diesel instead of 91 or 95? Well, you don’t want to do the same with your body. In times like these with the whole world affected by a global pandemic, it can be easy to forget about nutrition and health. The anxiety and stress that comes with the uncertainty going on can be overwhelming and it’s all too easy to fall into bad habits. So instead of reaching for that bag of crisps or some candies, here are some better options for you.

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Medicinal Tea Infusion

Herbal medicines have been in use for so long that archaeologists have gathered evidence of its use as far back as the Paleolithic Era – that’s 60,000 years ago or so. When you think about medicines that have existed in just our lifetime, cigarettes were once physician tested and approved, cocaine was doctor prescribed. So why has herbal medicine stood the test of time? 

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Kids & Quarantine: 5 Tips For Parents Struggling To Homeschool Their Children

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As millions of parents navigate their way through school closures, distance learning can put pressure on those who are new to homeschooling or parents working from home.  

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How Your Home Can Become Self-Sufficient Enough for a Long-Term Quarantine

 

Your home can become self-sufficient in the event of a need for a long-term quarantine. The tips to self-sufficiency can be a path toward more economic, efficient living long past the quarantine. However, a concerted effort of planning is necessary.

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