9 Winter Solstice Superstitions & What They Mean That Will Prepare You For Dec. 21 By ALLI HOFF KOSIK

  Hugh Pinney/Getty Images News/Getty Images I'm sure your top concern as we approach the upcoming winter solstice may be just how many more minutes of sun you're going to get during your commute each day, but the truth is that the event is steeped in history and tradition that goes far beyond our modern taste for … Continue reading 9 Winter Solstice Superstitions & What They Mean That Will Prepare You For Dec. 21 By ALLI HOFF KOSIK

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) 2-minute read Listen Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is only experienced at certain times of the year, usually in autumn and winter, has an negative impact on your mood. Treatment can often make a big difference. What is seasonal affective disorder (SAD)? SAD is a type of depression that comes and goes according … Continue reading Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)

Take that damn mask off! By The Silver Sage Witch

Hello lovely people.  Do you put on a mask sometimes, like everything in your life is going great, but in reality, your soul is crying because the darkness is closing in around you and you're lonely?  A lot of people are like this, and they refuse to admit it. Most of the time we put … Continue reading Take that damn mask off! By The Silver Sage Witch

This Witch is baking in her kitchen By The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgCpk8kttDw&t=2s This Witch is baking in the kitchen today and talking about why it's not necessary to fear Witches or Witchcraft. Please subscribe and click the bell to be notified of my upcoming videos. Thanks! ♥♥♥Be sure to book your personal Tarot Card Reading, or an Angel Card Reading with me to help you plan … Continue reading This Witch is baking in her kitchen By The Silver Sage Witch of NewFound-Life.com

Why do we have daylight saving time? The 100-year history. By Erin Blakemore

Get the facts about springing forward and falling back, a tradition that was established in the U.S. in 1918. People in the United States will feel a bit more refreshed on November 4 as daylight saving time 2018 ends. The clocks fall back at 2 a.m. ET on Sunday, ushering in three months of getting … Continue reading Why do we have daylight saving time? The 100-year history. By Erin Blakemore

Helping an Injured or Sick Hedgehog

Hedgehogs need our help When you find an injured hedgehog, watch it first to see how badly hurt it is. Then seek immediate emergency treatment from a wildlife rehabilitator or local vet. If you ever find a sick, injured or a hedgehog you are concerned about it needs to be protected and kept safe because … Continue reading Helping an Injured or Sick Hedgehog

How to Make Dried Apple and Orange Slices | How to Make and Do

Here’s how to dry apple slices and orange slices for use in swags, wreaths and fragrant potpourri. Dried fruit slices and peels are a great way to give your home a country prim look. They are fragrant and can be added to potpourri blends, fixings blends, wreaths or swags. They also make pretty and fragrant … Continue reading How to Make Dried Apple and Orange Slices | How to Make and Do