This flower centerpiece is super easy – no flower arranging skills required! The main idea is to keep the crisp clean look of white and green. The kind of flowers you use is totally up to you. Since the trees are flowering here, spring blossoms were my first choice. If blossom time is already over in your area, lilacs, tulips, roses, or phlox would make excellent substitutes.
2. Lemon juice oxygenates and hydrates your body.
3. It’s high in vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium and much more.
4. Lemon water in the morning kickstarts your metabolism, digestive system, and helps your kidneys flush out toxins.
5. Lemon juice is antibacterial, antiviral, and immune boosting.
I first saw this idea on the blog Once Over Lightly, and I pinned a photo for later, (Pinterest is so handy for that). I can’t help it, I’m a sucker for anything that glitters. I don’t know if this ever happens to you, but whenever I do something as fluffy as spending a couple of hours glittering my shoes, I feel the need to put on my sweatpants and rebel a little.
Vanilla is probably my favorite spice and it is also the most expensive after saffron. It adds depth of flavor to so many things. Added to chocolate it makes the chocolate more chocolatey and you just can’t beat that. That being said, it can be fairly pricey, especially at the rate I go through it. So, today I’m going to tell you about two strategies I’ve come up with to keep the cost down.
This simple recipe is what I have been using for the past few years and it has been working great. When we were living in Calgary last year, it was more convenient to buy a bottle of natural cleaner from the grocery store. It turned out to be a waste of time. More often than not they seem to leave a bit of a residue. That’s why I like this cleaner so much, it’s effective and it costs less than a dollar to make.