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7 Homemade Garden Remedies that Pro Gardeners Love

7 Homemade Garden Remedies that Pro Gardeners Love

When it comes to nontoxic homemade garden remedies, sometimes the simplest things offer the biggest benefits. In fact, some homemade solutions are especially useful for an organic vegetable garden and can help it flourish without resorting to synthetic or processed… 0 Shares | | Posted in Aquaponics, Arts & Culture, Business, Chemicals, Entertainment, Environment, Farming, Fitness Nutrition, Food, Food, Gardening, GMOs, Health, Health, Home, Lifestyle, News, Nutrition, Recipes, Science, Science & Tech, Weird, World
7 Ways To Find Out If Your Man Is Cheating

7 Ways To Find Out If Your Man Is Cheating

Most men are loyal to their spouses, but there is always a certain percentage that feel the need to cheat. Whether this is due to an inactive love life, a strained relationship or just because it’s not in his nature… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Lifestyle
3 Must-Visit Temples in India

3 Must-Visit Temples in India

India is a land of temples. A land where spirituality has been practiced for thousands of years, it has a rich history of religion and self-exploration. Many kings and emperors, devotees and sages have built several thousand temples across the… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Travel
5 Big Myths about Essential Oils You Should Know

5 Big Myths about Essential Oils You Should Know

Millions of people use essential oils for a variety of purposes and aromatherapy has become a multi-million dollar business. In fact, one large MLM company is worth upwards of 300 million dollars. Obviously, there’s lots of information swirling around about… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Business, Child Care, Entertainment, Farming, Fitness, Fitness Nutrition, Food, Food, GMOs, Health, Health, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Medicine, Home, Liberty, Lifestyle, Medicine, News, Nutrition, Nutritional Medicine, Personal Care, Pharmaceuticals, Science, Science & Tech, Weight Loss, Weird
A Very Brief History of Indian Scriptures

A Very Brief History of Indian Scriptures

Indian philosophy can be quite complex. Yet, it has many great insights into the nature of man and universe – the macrocosm and the microcosm. So, here’s a simplified (highly simplified!) guide to the history of Indian philosophy, to get… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture
3 Myths About the Kamasutra Busted

3 Myths About the Kamasutra Busted

Everyone’s heard of the Kamasutra, and everyone is fairly clear that it deals with sexuality and love-making. But there are plenty of misconceptions about this much-discussed text on the art of love. Written in Sanskrit, the name of the book… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture
Three Ancient Scriptures We Can Still Learn From

Three Ancient Scriptures We Can Still Learn From

The land of India is quite a phenomenon. It has produced many great works of literature art, science and technology. Countless books and scriptures of great wisdom have poured out of the wise men, the saints and sages of this… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture
Words and Phrases Still Commonly Misused Today

Words and Phrases Still Commonly Misused Today

In writing or in speech, many people will choose words they think will add an air of sophistication or simply bring out a particular meaning. However, it can end up doing the opposite if your understanding of the word is… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture
3 Ways Music Can Help You

3 Ways Music Can Help You

Music – who doesn’t love it. But aside from the fact that we all just love to groove to our favorite kind of music, there are several physical and mental benefits to listening to this harmonious arrangement of sounds. Let’s… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Mental Health
Is it Better to Study Abroad in High School or College?

Is it Better to Study Abroad in High School or College?

While it is not feasible for everyone, there are several advantages to studying abroad, whether you are in high school or college. Some argue that it is better to study closer to home. While this does have its advantages, students… 0 Shares | | Posted in Arts & Culture, Child Care