Feel Better Naturally with Thursday Plantation Natural Oils

Thursday Plantation Lavender, Tea Tree and Eucalyptus Oil Reviews

Whether it is cold and flu season getting you down, or just general winter blahs, Thursday Plantation has you covered.  Their natural oils are 100 pure and can help everything from a cold or flu to aches after wearing heels for hours.  I received a Winter Rescue kit with Lavender Oil, Tea Tree Oil and Eucalyptus oil and have some of my homemade remedies to share. Thursday Plantation Lavender Oil We all know lavender is a sleep scent so the calming[Read more]

What Is in Store For 2016

2016 resolutions

2015 was not a great year for me, and not one I wan’t to dwell on with where things went wrong.  2016 started with me in bed sick for the first week, so way behind in posting my goals for 2016.  Hopefully, that is not a sign of things to come.  Being sick gave me a head start on losing weight though, so not all bad, but way behind on some things I wanted to do in January. Broaden My[Read more]

Relief From Tired Achy Feet

Rehab for Tired Achy Feet

I hate wearing heels.  I love the way the look, but I hate how my feet feel later.  I could live in flats but sometimes you have to wear heels.  Summer means more dresses and they look great with heels.  Even in flats, you are more likely to be on the go for longer in summer and that means tired achy feet. Here are my must haves for achy feet:   Dr. Scholl’s For Her Insoles Try and reduce the chances[Read more]

Do You Have House Rules?

While watching TV the other day, an IKEA commercial caught my eye (well, more my ear, but whatever).  They were talking about House Rules and how everyone has them.  I laughed at the one about the cup, because his parents have some cups I would never drink from but remind him of childhood so he searches the cupboards for them when we are there. Mentioning this to him, he said we don’t have “House Rules”.  I beg to differ! House[Read more]

A Trip Down Tim Hortons Memory Lane

I love Tim Hortons but having moved to Canada as an adult, I don’t have a long term reference for Timmies.  Today while shopping in Hamilton, we drove by the original Tim Hortons which they recently turned into a museum and decided to check it out. As a frugalista, I remember a few Tim Hortons price increases, each one with a promise to spend less money there that never happens.  The Tim Hortons museum has an original counter with prices.[Read more]