Keeping The Balance During Autumn Equinox With Pomegranate Posset

Fall is knocking on our doors.  It’s the Fall Equinox, when the earth will experience equal hours of day and night.  This first day of Autumn promises us cooler temperatures, perhaps rain, and shorter days.  This rhythm of Mother Nature calls on us to embrace the coming darkness and introspect within ourselves to nourish our…

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Sun Catcher Star Ice Cubes

This year the Summer Solstice will be on the evening of Tuesday, June 20th here on the Pacific Coast of the Northern Hemisphere.  That means the arrival of warmer days for us to stay out late soaking up the sun and enjoying the summer season.  The summer solstice actually marks the longest day of the…

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Winter Solstice Soup Celebration

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are entering the darkest days of the year. The sun is down by the time we come home from work and our dinners are eaten under the dark night’s sky. Even at noon the shadows are long and slanting. These days’ holiday preparations are in full swing, and our…

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Creating Peace from the Inside Out: The Power of Connection – Day 2 Ideal Relationships and Where They Come From

Today’s meditation makes me think about the law of attraction. You attract and gravitate to what you feel or are. So, if you love yourself and feel loved, you will find love and be loved. What you are is what you get. Day 2 – Ideal Relationships and Where They Come From CENTERING THOUGHT My…

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Harvest Time Mini Cupcakes With Buttercream Frosting

We will be creeping into November pretty soon, but before Halloween, I want to sneak in another harvest time recipe. Harvest is a festive time of the year and earthy colors like green and orange like the fall leaves are fun to be playful with in décor and food. I have Harvest Time Cupcakes that…

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Hunter’s Moon Carrot Cake

A rare Hunter’s Moon is to light up the night sky this weekend and it’s also a Supermoon! A Supermoon occurs when the moon’s orbit comes closer to Earth. This weekend, it’s at the closest possible point to earth, causing it to appear up to 30 percent brighter. The combination means those red and orange…

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5 Fall Equinox Recipes That Are Simply Plum Purple & Plum Cider

Today is the last day that summer will reign this year in the northern half of the world. The autumn equinox arrives at 7:21 a.m. on September 22, marking the start of the fall season. Tomorrow, the sun will be shining directly on the Earth’s equator, bringing almost the same exact amount of daylight and…

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