Category: Arts & Culture


The Major Cause of Obesity in The United States

We are headed on a very dangerous course in our nation today. 78.6 million Americans are clinically obese in the United States. That is over two thirds of the U.S. Population. Why have obesity levels reached such an alarming rate… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Fitness, Fitness Nutrition, Food, Health, Nutrition, Personal Care, Weight Loss

Agorism and the Agorist Ideology

What is Agorism? Agorism is defined as a libertarian social philosophy that advocates creating a society based upon voluntary exchanges as a means of counter-economics thus slowly engaging in a form of peaceful revolution. Although a great idea, the ideology… 0 Shares | | Posted in Aquaponics, Arts & Culture, Backyard Chickens, Business, Child Care, Constitution, Entertainment, Environment, Farming, Food, Food, Free Speech, Gardening, Health, Health, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Medicine, Home, Liberty, Liberty, Lifestyle, Medicine, Mental Health, Money, News, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine, Personal Care, Pets and Animals, Politics & Government, Recipes, Travel, Videos, Weird, World

The Art of Japanese Gardens

Japan is the home of many arts and traditions. Over the centuries, Japanese gardens have become a distinctive feature of the country’s culture and symbols. They can calm even the busiest mind and help a person feel relaxed. A traditional… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Entertainment, Travel

London Florist Presenting Exclusive Tips for Designing Creative Floral Arrangements

It is rightly said that- “Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature and has very extra special powers.” This symbolizes the power of nature which does not always require a professional florist for making attractive floral arrangements. All you… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture

Members of Congress disagree on 2016 budget for NASA

Just a few days after the House approved a 2016 budget for NASA, members of the Senate are vowing to get more money for the organization or at least redistribute the funds to programs they have deemed more important. While… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Entertainment, News, Politics & Government, Science, Science & Tech

Effective Productivity Tools for Bloggers

If you want to build a successful blog and maintain its popularity, then you need to be fully committed to it. At one point or another, you will surely face a writer’s block or lack of time. When you find… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Entertainment

Are Movies Manipulating Your Thoughts

Every single piece of information you take in should be questioned. In 2012 the percent of Americans who thought that mass media (newspapers, radio, TV) was NOT providing fair or accurate information was at 60%. A quick search on American… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Entertainment, Farming, Film and Cinema, Food, Gardening, GMOs, Health, Nutrition

Three Sisters: Growing Beans, Corn, and Squash

As spring gets closer families are beginning gardening projects that not only bring them together but also provide nutritional balance. Such gardens include vegetables that complement one another also known as companion gardening. As of late indoor gardens, small gardens,… 0 Shares | | Posted in Aquaponics, Arts & Culture, Chemicals, Child Care, Entertainment, Environment, Farming, Fitness, Fitness Nutrition, Food, Food, Gardening, GMOs, Health, Health, Home, Lifestyle, News, Nutrition, Personal Care, Recipes, Water, Weird, World

Travelling to India? 3 Things to Know

India is a wonderful place to spend a holiday. At the same time, it can seem incredibly complicated and diverse, especially for people raised in the Western hemisphere. India’s culture is radically different in several aspects from that of the… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture

Natural Alternatives for Dyeing Easter Eggs

This year families are switching over to concocting their own food coloring dyes rather than purchasing store bought food coloring due to the increase in health effects brought on by Yellow No. 5 and Red No. 3. Easter is around… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Backyard Chickens, Chemicals, Child Care, Entertainment, Environment, Food, Food, GMOs, Health, Health, Home, Lifestyle, News, Nutrition, Personal Care, Recipes, World