2010 Winter Olympics and the Athletes’ Foot Health

With the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics quickly approaching, I start to think about all the amazing athletes that will be competing at these games. It is amazing the speed, agility and climate that these athletes perform under. I am not only amazed at the talent that the athletes at the winter Olympics possess but also how well they perform considering …

6 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe and Warm This Winter

Do you live in an area of the country that is subject to heavy snowfalls or very cold temperatures? This would be areas like Wisconsin, Minnesota, upstate New York, North Dakota and Montana – to name a few. If this is the case and your dog spends a lot of time out of doors, you need to think about the …

Creating Warmth in Winter through Ayurveda and Yoga (part 1)

I like winter just as much as the next guy. Sure,the snow is pretty, white and fluffy…in the beginning. But when I was outside yesterday heaving the wet, slushy, heavy mess off my driveway, I felt less then cheerful. Winter is an interesting season and not particularly my favorite. I’ve read all the new age philosophy spouting its virtues. It’s …

The Secrets of Jewelry Color Trends for Fall and Winter 2007 – 2008

With the changing seasons we look to the coming color palates to see what is new and exciting for jewelry trends. Well there is good news and then there is great news. The good news for jewelry lovers is the expected lovely warm colors are coming in jewelry design and the great news is there is celebration of our beloved …

Mooding Winter With Aroma Therapy

Autumn is a very beautiful time of year. Leaves turn from summer’s active splashy greens to the soft tones of brownish orange, mellow yellows and charismatic reds. As beautiful as the months of fall are, they also bring reminders for us to be prepare for winter’s whether chills. As the months grow colder people spend more time inside, and shift …

Escaping the Winter Blues

It’s no secret that some parts of Canada get their fair share of snow, sleet, and slippery weather during the winter months. In fact, those that live in the eastern and northern parts of Canada are far more susceptible to depression, moodiness, and a general lack of Vitamin D than those that live elsewhere in Canada. Believe it or not, …

Winter Home Improvement Tips

Heads up! With the winter on its way, we start spending more time at home and hence appreciating our indoor atmosphere. These cooler months are perfect for some home improvements, so here are some helpful tips. 1) While thinking about your home improvement, you can undertake many projects or one at a time. Garage conversions are done for that much …

How Much Electricity Will Your Tenants Use In The Winter?

Have you visited lately the Pick n Pay or Checkers electrical section lately? As the winter starts arriving and later nights are getting cold, people start looking at heating solutions. If you have a look at the heating products presented by some of the big retailers you may find that most of these, if not all of them, are electricity …

Beat the Winter Blues: Article 2 of 5

Winter starts to wear on our psyche by February. The cold weather and being stuck indoors can give anybody “cabin fever”. Here are some more tips to help keep you from falling into a mid-winter funk. Enjoy Nature When I am starting to get into my funk I like to retreat into my cave. I stay in the house, I …