Daily Archives: May 27, 2013

What Tornadoes Teach Us About Life

What Tornadoes Teach Us About Life

PHOTO: Sue Ogrocki/AP On May 20th, a twister ripped through the town of Moore, Oklahoma, killing two dozen people. The day after, the citizens of Moore were left to pick up the pieces of hundreds of demolished homes and mourn the loss of loved ones. Those who lost loved ones are not going to be […]

REVIEW: Carrington Farms Milled Flax Paks

REVIEW: Carrington Farms Milled Flax Paks

Flax seeds have been popping up everywhere, even in mainstream foods in convenience stores. What is so great about flax seeds? Flax seeds pack a large amount of omega-3 fatty acids and dietary fiber and have been shown to benefit men and women suffering from breast and prostate cancer. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty […]

Susan Squibb’s Five Beauty Essentials

Susan Squibb’s Five Beauty Essentials

Generally, my skincare essentials are plant based. I keep it simple for my sensitive skin and my conscious consumer ethics. Moisturizers are essential in Colorado’s dry climate. I use a couple of hemp seed lotions to absorb the beneficial and deeply penetrating properties of the oil into my skin.  Sunscreen is also a must to […]

Lindsey Beck: Living Dead Girl

Lindsey Beck: Living Dead Girl

It is in our weakest moment that we discover how strong we really are. Being abandoned and left for dead by the pharmaceutical poisoners and closed-minded medical community leaves one weak physically, mentally and spiritually. I met one such walking dead girl who had already brought herself back to life through strength of conviction, a […]

Education Is A Right, Not A Commodity

Education Is A Right, Not A Commodity

PHOTO: Students peacefully protesting in solidarity with the Occupy Movement are pepper sprayed by University Police at the University of California at Davis. November 18, 2011 All around the country, traditionally “bad” neighborhoods have been gentrifying, but not because of any government policy—because an entire generation is being priced out of the middle class. This […]