Our brave military heroes makes immense sacrifices in order to preserve our right to freedom. They sacrifice time with their family and friends in order to serve active duty in various destinations across the world. Often, this comes with no guarantee of a return. When U.S. Navy Lieutenant Dan Haws left for Afghanistan in 2009, he was forced to leave behind not only his wife, but their firstborn as well. You see, Dan was forced…"Soldier returns home after 9 months away, meets his 4-month-old daughter for very first time"
Have you always wanted a horse, and now you think you might be in a financial position to make that dream a reality? Horses are amazing companions that need a massive time and financial commitment that’s more equivalent to that of a baby than a dog. Here are 4 things you should consider before buying a horse. #1 – COST IMAGE SOURCE: D COETZEE VIA FLICKR The cost of a horse is far more than…"4 Things To Consider Before Buying A Horse"
Learning something new can be scary; exciting and fun, but scary! Even if you are a 1,000-pound horse, you can still be scared of something new. For a horse, jumping is especially scary – after all, they’re not sure what to expect from that hurdle! But once the skill is mastered, it’s beautiful to watch a horse gracefully clear a jump. This mare is about to take her first jump and her reaction is…"This Horse’s Reaction To Preparing For Her First Jump Is Priceless"
Growing up, the draft horses were always a favorite of mine. I loved that they were so huge, and yet so gentle. The Belgian Draft Horse is no exception, with his huge hooves, large body, and gentle spirit. While his looks may make him easy to recognize, here are 6 facts about the Belgian horse you probably never knew, including one about that signature chestnut coat. #1 – Originally from Belgium, Developed in America The…"6 Things You Didn’t Know About The Belgian Draft Horse"
Do you know someone who is an absolutely fabulous horse owner? There are many ways that you can be a great owner to your horse. Here are five ideas to get you started–and give yourself a big pat on the back if you are doing these things already! Prioritize Your Horse’s Health When you own a horse, that horse depends on you to keep him healthy. Make your horse’s health a priority by having the…"5 Ways To Be A Great Horse Owner"
“One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood.” – Agatha Christie Childhood is a special time in one’s life. A time of discovery, play, wonder, and amusement at the world as the child gets the know the world around them. For the parents, this time can bring about a sense of worry, as they seek to ensure the child’s health and happiness. Of…"Researchers Reveal 10 Things That Make Kids Happier"
If you haven’t eaten ginger so far, it is time to start now since it is really healthy and beneficial for you. The ginger is a plant originating from China and today it is used everywhere in the world. Mostly the ginger root is used for many aims. This plant is tasty and healthy, but can be used in countless ways in food. This spice is added in savory and dessert meals but also in…"13 Things That Will Happen After Eating Ginger Daily"
If you need to be healthier, have no problems with the body, have energy and live longer, this is the herb! Moringa oleifera is the magical plant of South Asia. It was used in tradition and medicine for many years. It’s also known as drumstick and is powerful with antioxidant amount. It is proven to be healthy, yet there is still time to examine its benefits more. These are the 7 reasons for consuming its…"Moringa – The Herb That Kills Cancer And Stops Diabetes"
Have you noticed just how many foods at your local market are now labeled “natural”? According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, 73% of shoppers seek out labels with this term (despite the fact that there’s no FDA standard to define it). All of this means that artificial sweeteners and high fructose corn syrup are out — and a whole slew of natural alternatives have popped up in their place. Some are old-school favorites, like…"Five natural alternatives to sugar"
Today, we live in a world where modern machines do much of our work for us, which greatly eliminates the need for manual labor. Not to mention, over 34 million Americans have office or sales jobs, forcing them to remain sedentary for eight or more hours a day. According to a report published in Annals of Internal Medicine, the average person spends more than half of his or her waking hours in an inactive state…"This Is What Sitting Too Long Does To Your Body"