7 Weird Halloween Facts for a Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween, all! I know that your feeds are bursting at the seams with Halloween posts. I will add to that 😉  So, I decided to do something a bit different and share some random or little known facts about Halloween.  The original Jack O’Lantern was carved into turnips, not pumpkins. Pumpkins are used in…

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Screen Casts Online Review

Oh! Oh! Oh! I finally found a place where I can get help with my Apple devices and programmes! Most of you who know me, realize that I have a devastating deficiency in the technical capability arena. That said, I was super happy to get an inside look (and A LOT of help) from Screen…

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People Tree: A glimpse into the sustainable fashion web store

Hi everyone and thanks for stopping in! Todays article kicks off my happily anticipated series on sustainable fashion. I have been on the hunt… high and low, searching for the best, coolest and friendliest homes of sustainable fashion. Here’s how it went down: I think I spent at least 30 hours doing internet search on…

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Feeling Fashionable: my #ootd

Today, I feel pretty good about my #ootd so I felt like sharing with you. The great thing about autumn is that one can wear her suede over the knee boots and a nice cashmere sweater to dress up her favorite skinny jeans and look and feel great! Sorry, I hate taking selfies and they…

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My unsolicited advice to beginning bloggers

Hi there, and thanks for stopping by to scan my unsolicited advice for beginning bloggers post! Now, I am well aware that this post is a bit of a risk. I am not a professional blogger, and I absolutely do not claim to have a plethora of knowledge on the subject. I definitely don’t want…

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Upcoming Experiments & Series on Lifexperiment Blog

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by today 🙂 This is one of those occasional posts to discuss future posts. I know it seems kind of weird maybe. However, it is your valuable time that you spend reading here, and my valuable time writing – so I like to make sure that my experiments are something…

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DIY Pallet Headboard

Originally posted on Morgan.Taylor:
Yes. We have fallen victim to the crazy “Hmm what can I make with this pallet” epidemic that seems to be sweeping the Pinterest boards. I’ve been showing the hubby all these different pins for months. And stating that I want a headboard for our bed for years. And by…

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Quirky Quotes 22.10.2017

“My head is my favorite swimming pool” -Lauren DeStefano *Photo credit: Appalachian LeadershipAcademy

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It had to be done

Sometimes, you just don’t feel like clacking into work in stilettos. It takes time and effort to look like you just stepped off a runway and pretend that you didn’t just spill coffee down the front of your blouse. Today, I felt like running in with a bag full of hoagies and a thermos of…

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A Simple Life by Giora Amir #ASimpleLife

This book, an autobiographical memoir told in first person narrative form gives us, the reader a vivid glimpse into the lives and thoughts of  a boy coming into manhood during the infantile stages of the holocaust and throughout. This book tugged at my heart strings like no other in a very long time. A must-read!…

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Book Review: Five Seasons inThe Kitchen #FiveSeasonsinTheKitchen

I really really like this cookbook! The recipes are unique and awe inspiring, and set out in such a way to help the reader follow a Zen-inspired lifestyle. The 5 seasons are set as Spring, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn and Winter. Each season has its foods (seasonal fruit and vegetable), the colors that normally accompany…

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Supergreens Vegan Sushi

This has to be the healthiest sushi I have ever eaten! As I stated in my previous post, I have been on the hunt for good, organic superfoods and nutrients that will serve as a compliment to my vegetarian lifestyle. I was absolutely thrilled when my package from Indigo Nutrition arrived! There are so many…

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Guest Post: Doubt and Decisions

Hello everyone! Today I am so pleased to introduce Brooke, from The Utopian Universe ! She is a fully qualified psychologist, life coach and performance consultant.I have been following her blog for awhile now and I really enjoy all her shared positivity and valuable life lessons. Do yourself a favour and check her out! I was…

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Super Protein Chunky Mashed Cauliflower with Basil

Good day, everyone 🙂 Today I thought I would do a little something different. You know, I am constantly on the search for healthy products that will add a bit of a boost to my mainly vegetarian diet. So, in addition to merely doing a product review, I thought I would share a really easy…

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Luffa gourd growing

Originally posted on llewellynhomestead:
I know, I have been posting way too many pictures of the luffas that I have been growing this year! But, despite being told they wouldn’t grow here, I have had a great crop! (For reference I live in a zone 6) Quick background on this kinda cash crop: in World…

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1 Year Blog-aversary!

Today, I’m celebrating my first glorious year of blogging! This month has been full of surprises and celebrations and I am so happy to be able to share another high note with you 🙂 Imagine my delight when I woke and found thins notification: ‘Happy Anniversary with WordPress.com! Thanks for flying with us. Keep up…

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A Word About Sustainable Fashion

Good day, everyone 🙂 Thanks for stopping by! Today I’d like to discuss a topic which is becoming more and more of a priority for not only myself, but also for many fashion forward men and women. The words of the day are ‘sustainable’, ‘eco’, ‘fair trade’, ‘organic’ and ‘natural fibers’. The reason I would…

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What’s with all the Turkey Posts today?

Good morning, all! As I was scrolling through my email, instagram and followed blogs this morning, I began noticing a common theme: Turkeys. Turkeys?!? Why? Did I miss something or somehow otherwise pull a Rip Van Winkle last night? You know, go to bed in October with all the ghouls and spooky stuff, Wake up…

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Online training, a blogger experience

Originally posted on Chape Personal Trainer:
Hello dears! For those who haven´t met Mliae yet, she´s an awesome blogger from North Europe, who writes about her experiment, so called “life”. Fashion, recipes, travel, book & product reviews with her personal style. Take my advice and follow her, thank me later 😉 When we met, she…

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Guess what?!

Yours truly is now also a contributing blogger on Millionaire’s Digest! I’m really excited to be joining the team 😀 I will, of course be blogging on my own site constantly and sharing any posts I do on the Millionaire’s Digest here as well 🙂 I feel like I have accomplished yet another awesome milestone…

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PANEER TIKKA MASALA (NO ONION NO GARLIC)

Originally posted on Ruchi's Veg Kitchen:
Paneer Tikka Masala is an Indian Vegetarian  Dish,  marinated Paneer cubes grilled  and then cooked in spicy gravy, is delicious in every bite. A smooth , luscious , spicy gravy and cotton soft fresh Paneer … when serve hot with Roti, Paratha will be definitely a treat .. To make…

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One Year Bolder

Happy Birthday to me! Celebrating one year older, one year bolder…and one year more Fabulous! 😀 I got to enjoy this gorgeous passionfruit cheesecake. It’s delicious! It was perfectly beautiful until I accidentally bumped it with the cake cutter, but I wanted to share it anyway so you can see my perfectly imperfect birthday cake…

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Networking Party: Come on in!

This is only the second blog party I have hosted. However, I thought that due to my upcoming bloggaversary of my first year blogging, that it’s the perfect time to host a Par-tay!! Everyone here has made it possible for me to continue blogging and I would like to give you a sincere ‘Thank You!’…

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Red Cabbage & Mango Salad with Garlic Shrimp

Originally posted on When a Greek Cooks:
Fresh and absolutely summerish! You can serve it as a salad or you can even transform it to a main dish with some extra basmati rice on the side. If you try this recipe, please let me know on the comments below. 😀     Prep Time: 10 min, Cooking…

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Bread, Cheese & Children from Scratch

Originally posted on wildwoodhomestead:
I spend a small fortune on cheese. Especially soft cheeses, like goat cheese and sumptuous, creamy, expensive real, imported cheeses that pair perfectly with Pinot Noir and peppery water table crackers or smeared across a piece of thinly sliced toasted rye. Yep. This is my vice. Good cheese. Hard, soft, crumbly,…

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Finally making some progress!

Thanks so much to those of you who helped me get to the proper places in wordpress to figure out what I had done to my pages, while creating more pages. I finally got everything all linked up in the header menu for easier navigation! Yes! I’m still having a hard time figuring out how…

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