Before No Poo, despite trying a variety of shampoos and conditioners, including expensive “all natural” brands you find in salons and on TV, my hair was always thin, oily, and filled with tangles. Due to my hair problems, it is typically chin length or shorter. I decided to grow my hair to donate to Locks […]

{ 0 comments }

We Have a Winner!

by Rhonda Wylie on April 14, 2014

Congratulations to Monica Young! She won the $50 Amazon Gift Card in our Giveaway! Thanks to everyone for participating. We will be giving away other prizes during the year so keep coming back. Thanks for your continued support! Sincerely, Krista Davis and Rhonda Wylie Google+

{ 1 comment }

10 Herbs and Spices to Improve Your Health

by Rhonda Wylie April 11, 2014

Healthy living is not always easy. We have to eat the right foods, exercise regularly, get periodic health checks, reduce stress; etc. Over the past few years,  I have been seeing a lot about the health benefits of herbs and spices. As a result, I have started using more of these herbs and spices when preparing food. Knowing our […]

Read the full article →

Homemade Antiseptic Mouthwash

by Rhonda Wylie April 9, 2014

If you would’ve told me two years ago I would’ve been making homemade mouthwash, I would have said you were crazy. As I went on this journey of cleaning out the clutter in my life, I didn’t dream I would become more and more aware of the waste we put into our landfills, as well […]

Read the full article →

Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card

by Rhonda Wylie April 7, 2014

We are so excited to be offering our first giveaway on the blog.  There are several ways for you to win and you can come back each day to increase your chances to win.  The contest will run from April 7, 2014 to April 13, 2014 (midnight). The winner of the giveaway will be announced […]

Read the full article →

Back to Business as Usual

by Rhonda Wylie March 31, 2014

Hey friends, I just want to say I’m glad this month is coming to an end, or this quarter of the year, rather. It has been rough, to say the least. I am sorry Krista and I have not been posting, but Krista has had two moves and moved her teenage sister in with her […]

Read the full article →

My Sarcoidosis Diagnosis and My Search to Get My Life and My Energy Back

by Rhonda Wylie January 12, 2014

Lack of energy seems to be a common complaint among many people who are overworked, stressed, or suffering from health problems.  Unfortunately, I fall into at least two of these categories. In 2012, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease known as Sarcoidosis. It is a disease which can attack almost any organ of the […]

Read the full article →

How I Follow My Budget

by Krista Davis January 10, 2014

January is Financial Awareness Month and a great time to make a fresh start on your budget. Everyone has a different approach to how they stick to a budget, so I’m going to discuss the different parts of my budget and how I keep track of bills and expenses.   Keeping Track of Bills, Online […]

Read the full article →

New Year Shouldn’t Herald a Fight With Credit Card Bills – Combat Holiday Debt

by Kane Clark January 7, 2014

It is undoubtedly true that the holiday season is always a great time to spend with your friends and family members. As we’ve stepped into 2014, all the celebrations are behind us now and decorations have been put away. We’ve all made our New Year resolutions and are feeling good and then comes the credit […]

Read the full article →

What’s Best For My Dog’s Nutritional Needs?

by Rhonda Wylie December 31, 2013

The picture you see is my little guy, Louie. He is a 3-year old Yorkie (as if you couldn’t tell). Louie is very cute and lovable, but he is hard to please when it comes to eating time. I have tried all sorts of dog foods. He likes the unhealthy ones more than the healthy, […]

Read the full article →