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How to Look Young and Vibrant by Using Mother Nature’s Gifts

Looking young, fresh and vibrant can boost your chances of finding that perfect someone or keeping the one you’ve already got. It’s a great way to boost your self esteem and feel great about your self. Mother Nature has a full arsenal of of weapons to fight ageing and keep you looking young and pretty.

One of the most important thing to consider is your skin. It should be be glowing and moisturised even without any make-up on. Another thing to consider is your hair. It should not be greasy or dry. It should not fall out so much.

Here are some things you can give your self to help you stop the hands of time into drawing lines on your face.

1. Free Stuff – Water and sleep are two of the most powerful things that nature has given us, not to mention they’re free! Water cleanses our bodies, provides moisture and helps us regulate our bodies. Drinking about three litres or about 12 glasses of water in a day can be the optimal cure for many things like dark circles, dry patches on your skin and drab hair. Just taking six to eight glasses (the recommended dose) may be enough but not good enough if you want to achieve that super dewy skin.

You may need to visit the rest room quiet more often but your body will thank you for this. This will help you also lose weight and improve your metabolism. Just by drinking eight glasses of water allows you to burn about 70 calories.

Sleep on the other hand is very important. Sleep deprivation makes you look much older than your really are. It makes your eyes red and a bit dry. It makes you have dark circles around your lids. The hormone cortisol which is released during stressful situations becomes higher in your blood when you lack sleep. Sleep allows the body to recuperate from stress and repair itself from the daily grind. Having about seven to eight hours of sleep is very important to be healthy. Melatonin and growth hormones are released during sound sleep which is great for fighting those wrinkles.

2. Banana Peel – You may think that bananas are just fast go to snacks for vegetarians but think again! Banana Peels are excellent for making for your skin look young and dewy. Rub the inside of the banana peel into your face. Leave it on until your desired time or wash it off after 15 minutes. I have personally tried this one and it really did give me that healthy glow and brightened my skin. It is also good for getting rid of pimples and as sunscreen for your eyes and skin. If you plan to use them for your eyes, try exposing them a bit in the sun for about 5-15 minutes only then rub it on your lids. This can help you prevent cataracts.


3. Lemons – Lemons are packed with Vitamin C that helps your body produce collagen to avoid sagging skin. Lemons are also antibacterial and can be used for various topical applications to make the skin look better. Lemons can be used to give your skin a lighter boost just by simply dipping a cotton ball into lemon juice and putting in on your skin before your sleep on in the morning before you take a shower. Just remember to let it sit for about 10-20 minutes to get the full effect. You can also use this for lightening uneven skin colour on your neck, elbows, hands, feet and knees.


4. Aloe Vera – I have discovered the benefits of aloe vera way before when I was a little girl. My mum used it to treat a bad burn on my face. Surprisingly it left no scar or burn marks on my face because of this wonderful plant. This miracle plant can help fight stretch marks and fine lines. It is high in anti-oxidants that can cure cuts, pimples and burns. It is good for soothing sunburn and gives relief to insect bites. Aloe vera gel can be purchased from the pharmacy or you can grow your own aloe vera plant.

5. Eating Fruits and Vegetables High in Anti-Oxidants – Our diet is one of the main determinants of the way look and feel. Consuming food that provide the right vitamins and minerals can help us improve our overall appearance. Berries are high anti-oxidants that help fight free radicals that cause ageing in your skin. Green leafy vegetables are high in fibre and minerals that help our body fight disease and make our blood circulate better. Tomatoes are packed with lycopene which gives us a healthy pinkish glow on our skin. Green tea is also excellent for fighting signs of ageing and maintaining our weight. It contains EGCG that combat fat and helps reduce food cravings. Green tea is high in cancer fighting flavonoids and anti-ageing catechins.


6. Connecting With the World and Meditating – Having time for ourselves to reflect and release tension is a great way to prevent our body clocks from racing too fast. We need to centre our selves by praying or meditating. Try burning some incense or sitting with your legs crossed in the lotus position even for three minutes everyday to ward of stress. Breathe and relax. Concentrate on your breathing. Feel the healing energies come into your being.

You may also try to seek some help from someone who has great spirituality. Psychics can help you to find your centre and ease your worries by providing you guidance in your issues in life. You can tell your friends your burdens too to lighten the load. Prayer is a powerful tool to ease your mind.

7. Love Yourself – One of the most important things in this world is to love yourself. What ever size and shape you came to be, you should love your self. Love your flaw and imperfections and embrace the uniqueness that is you. You are beautiful. You are no one else but you. Coming into terms with your self can help you feel great inside and out. If you feel happy with your skin, this will resonate in your life and show a wonderful and beautiful you!



A lot people fear being old. I believe in the cliche that “Age is just a number”. Mother Nature has given us wonderful gifts that can help us look better. These gifts are manifested in the plants around us and in the energies within our spirit. We should harness these gifts and live life to the fullest!

Blessed be!



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Where to look for someone to date?

Love is everywhere according to one adage I have read. But sometimes you’d want to find the right kind of person in the right place and the right time. You probably want someone who gets you and understands who you really are. Some one who will not force you to eat meat or some one who loves dogs and cats too. So here are a few places where you can find the right kind of person for you.

Vegetable, weekend and Organic Markets



If you’re a vegetarian, there is a big chance you’d like to find someone who shares your psychic passion for eating fruits and vegetables. He or she may eat meat (if that’s OK with you) but nothing beats someone who knows the value of fresh produce. Going to vegetable, weekend, farmer’s and organic markets can be a great chance to meet someone. The bright beautiful fruits and fragrant flowers provide a rustic romantic backdrop. Bring your wicker basket too. It would be also nice if you really tried to find good fresh food here for yourself.

As you walk around the displays of veggies and fruits, you may chance upon a nice man or woman with a warm smile. Smile, be calm and try to approach him or her. Ask him or her what kind of ingredients he or she is looking for. Offer some help. You can also ask why they like that bitter gourd or if soft tofu is better than hard tofu. There are so many conversation pieces you can share because the people who walk through these markets are also likely to be like you! They love fruits and vegetables and they took time to buy something fresh instead of frozen. Now that’s a good trait!

Libraries and Book Stores



Are you a book lover? Are you searching for nice recipes to dish out for your next lovely vegetarian dinner. Going to the library or book stores can be the key in finding Mr. or Ms. Right. Well libraries for the most part, are places that are meant to be quiet but this doesn’t mean you can’t find that angel for you there (much like in the movie City of Angels where angels hang out in libraries). The smell of books and the silence can be romantic too. Try walking down the aisles of the sort of books that you like. Chances are you’ll see someone browsing or looking for books. Try to offer some recommendations for his or her next read. Then tell him or her why that book is so great. Now if you’ve connected ask that person for some coffee so you guys can talk about those books more.

Book stores on the other hand are more relaxed spaces that don’t really make you go on shhh mode so there is more chances of chatting with someone here. You can say hi to someone and ask them what sort of book they are looking for and why they like that particular genre. You can ask someone for help too. These are all great conversation starters.

After that don’t forget to ask them to coffee. Most book lovers love the smell of coffee.




You may love Mother Nature so much. You may love walking your dog. You may find joy in hearing children’s laughter. You may be the person who totally needs to go to the park every week or even everyday. If you’re this person there’s a great chance for you to meet someone who enjoys strolling in the park. Parks are nice relaxing spaces where you can read, breathe fresh air, enjoy the sunshine and meet someone new. Try walking around and look for someone who doesn’t have a set of earphones on. Comment on how nice or how cold the weather is. Ask for the time. Tell them that you’re there often and then offer to hangout with them some time. You can try saying that they have such a cute dog and that you have always wanted one or already have a dog yourself.

Cooking Classes


There are many vegetarian classes available out there. If you sign to one you’ll learn a lot of ways of prepping veggies rather than just throwing them all in a salad. As a bonus there may be a single boy or girl there who you can “help” or “ask for help” from. Bring a knife sharpener if this is not yet provided in class so you can offer to sharpen their knives before the class starts. Talk about why you chose to be a vegetarian. Ask them about their favourite food. Always smile. But don’t forget to look at the food your cutting! We don’t want to you to end up cutting yourself by being to distracted eyeing that pretty girl/ boy in the next cooking station.

Music halls



Music is the universal language. It’s relaxing and gives you happy giddy feelings. Meeting someone who enjoys the same music that you do would be awesome. You can try asking the person who the band or singer is or if they are familiar with the performer. If you know the band, try to chat about music. Order some drinks for the person you’ll meet. Be warm and friendly. Try to sound casual and not to0 forward. Ask them if they’d like to hangout there again with you some time in the coming week.

Tried all this and still having no luck?!  Well the partners are just hiding from you I think.  Perhaps it would be wise to consult a spiritual person and see if there is anything blocking you.  This really helped me out when I contacted a psychic after reading a review of psychic source.  I was glad I did as it made me realise I needed to become more approachable, and the psychic also told me where I could expect to meet someone and I did so that was great!  I also found some very useful tips about dating in general on the

Meeting someone new who is compatible to you can be fun but sometimes daunting. Be open and don’t limit your self. Try to explore the places you frequent for that possible special someone. Have fun and enjoy the process. You never know, that person may be just behind you in the line while paying for your coffee.

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Is Being a Vegetarian Healthy?

Being vegetarian is a very healthy life choice. If you load up on healthy and organic food and shun processed and junk food then you’ll surely feel, and live better.

This lifestyle choice may be a little difficult at first but once you ease into it you will reap many benefits. At first you may find your self craving meat. Ward of temptations and stay on track. In a week or two of being a vegetarian your palette will change and you will now find fruits and vegetables more satisfying than those greasy meats.

If you want to take this journey let me give you a few things that could be helpful to you in being a vegetarian.



Ward off different sorts of disease and  cancers – Being a vegetarian allows you to consume a high dose of vitamins and nutrients. Green leafy vegetables are high in minerals that can fight off cancer cells. Turmeric and ginger are good anti-inflammatory agents to rid you of colds and body aches. They even have cancer fighting nutrients like curcumin. Studies suggests that high amounts of meat in diets lead to certain diseases such as heart problems, cancers and high blood pressure.

Live longer – Nutrients in plants have been found to promote longevity. Tofu is high in phytoestrogens such as genistein that promote youthfulness since it fights ageing caused by the sun. Eating a high nutrient diet helps you fight eye cataracts, gall bladder stones, arthritis and many more illnesses associated to ageing.

Have a healthy digestion and feel lighter – Too much meat in your diet causes constipation. Fibre on the other hand acts like nature’s broom and sweeps out your colon well. According to research a healthy human should be able to eradicate solid waste once to thrice a day to maintain a proper balance in the body. If you feel too much pain when you go or you expel waste only a few times a week chances are you’re constipated which is a sign of lack of fibre. Try loading up on food and veggies high in fibre such as whole grains, green leafy vegetables, root crops and fruits.

Lose weight and maintain it – By having a good digestive system, your body will be able to absorb  nutrients better and metabolize what you eat more. Also vegetables and fruits are low in fat and calories. If they do have fat in them they are monosaturated fat which is good for you.

Look good and feel great – Eating fruits high in vitamin C helps your body to produce and regulate collagen. This allows your skin to be more elastic and not sag. Food high in Lycopene such as tomatoes and watermelon gives you a healthy pinkish glow on your skin much like a baby’s. This helps you to look good even if you’re not sporting a tan. Looking great gives you confidence to shine.

Have an awesome sex life – Vegan and vegetarian diets that are filled with food that have high vitamin B complex and zinc allows better propagation of testosterone which leads to a higher sex drive. Meats that are high in bad cholesterols block arteries and causes poor blood flow. Poor blow flow in your genitalia causes impotence and also low libido.

Have a better relationship with Mother Nature – Raising meat for food causes imbalance in nature. Farms are crowded with animals that are often given hormones and artificial feeds to make them grow faster and bigger than normal. Nature did not design animals to live in close confinement to one another. Large amounts of methane gas is produced in farms. Fish ponds normally have their fish too crowded that they already eat their own poop. Once we eat these meat, fish and poultry it causes our DNA weaken and causes cancer. Humans where naturally programmed to consume more vegetables based on the number of molars we have versus the only two canine teeth in our mouths.

Make a difference in the world – Most animals that are farmed like cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and chickens have feelings too. They have may not be as intelligent as humans but they do want to live and to survive. Eating them as food is cruel.


Organic farming also helps farms to grow healthy food and provides livelihood. Better yet grow your own vegetables. This helps you relax, gives you healthy food which you know where it came from and provides oxygen to your home.


Becoming a vegetarian can be a very healthy choice. If you stick to good and healthy food you live a long life. You can enhance your self and find more energy and vigour. You can always look up the internet for healthy recipes  . Try joining vegetarian communities. Have fun! I hope this helped you consider on taking this path.

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Dating Non Vegetarians Problems (and Some Solutions)


Who doesn’t like food? Who doesn’t like love? Well unless you hate the world and want to dwell in a hole in the bottom of a deep pit then you probably love both. Food is a essential aspect of dating specially if you’ve opted out of the meat eating crowd. It can be a deal breaker and you can come across some hiccups when going out on date specially with non vegetarians.

Dating Non Vegetarians Problems

Dating a non vegetarian may pose some problems. For most part, you must first decide if you want someone who is a meat eater. If that’s fine with you then you may need to face some things that may have you scratching your head.

Here are some of the most common issues you may come across when dating someone who is not in the same boat as you are on being a vegetarian.

Being thought of as a elitist snob – A lot of people in your life may misunderstand your choice of foregoing meat. Going on a date with a non veggie can  at times put you in this situation. Some carnivores or omnivores may think you’re someone who is a total elitist and a snob even if you’re totally not. For most part, not all meat eaters are that ignorant but some may be, so you have to be careful.

Some meat lovers will try to guilt trip you and say that they don’t have enough money to buy all those “fancy organic hard to cook tasteless vegetables”. You may encounter a super macho guy and he’ll tell you that veggies are just for chicks or a girl who says but “I love chicken and fish but I hate rabbit food… eeewwww”.

If your lucky enough to find an omnivore who respects you and later on becomes your boyfriend or girlfriend you may encounter some problems when meeting his or her parents and relatives. Hard core carnivore families may give you a quizzical look and say that you’re “too good” for their baby and that your future kids are all going to be probably all too skinny


Being forced to eat “just one bite” –  It may be your first (or your fifteenth) date and your date is dying to find out if you would cave in. It’s a battle of the will. He or she may even try to sweetly and sneakily try put to food in your mouth by batting their eyelashes and picking up the fork and stabbing a piece of steak then offering it you. Some may employ all sorts of tactics just to make you down a piece of chicken. Others will try to order fish for you saying “It’s fish anyway, so it does not count right?”. Hello, a fish has eyes, heart and a gut, right? So IT IS an animal. You just want to scream and run but just try keep your cool.

Being asked weird questions why you are a vegetarian – “Are you a tree hugger?”, “Do you smoke or eat weed?”, “Do you feel weak since you don’t eat meat?” are just some of the questions you may encounter from a person who is totally clueless about shunning meat in your life. I’ve heard questions such as “Plants are alive too so do you feel guilty killing them?” and I go like “What have you been smoking dude?”. You may find yourself in situations where you make mental notes about the answers (you have already memorized) to questions that have been asked hundreds and hundreds of times. The common ones go like “Are you on a diet?”, “Are you sick or something?”, “Does your hair fall out?” to really weird ones like “Have you ever tried feeding your dog carrots?”, “Do you throw up or cry when passing by the meat section in the grocery store?” and “Do you have an altar for vegetables?”. Some people can get really nosy and disrespectful. They may judge you based on your eating preference. If your date starts asking questions you’re not comfortable to answer then ditch him or her and just say you have to go home and feed your Venus Fly Trap with his or her brain.

Your date likes rare steaks…. a lot… – Some vegetarians feel OK with seeing someone devour meat, some are not. But some non veggies can be down right inconsiderate.  They would order a huge slab of RARE steak and cut the bloody piece of meat in front of you. If they just like eating such out of food preference and you don’t feel queasy about it then that’s fine, but if they’re doing it to make you feel awkward then this person is totally not for you.

You can date a carnivore, sure — so long as you both make a compromise. For example if you go out to dinner, you can go to a restaurant with a wide vegetarian selection but also has great meat options. If you’ve been going out  for a long time then you can further layout ground rules about your chow options. For example, if you guys are hanging out in your place then he can eat meat but  nothing too bloody and if you’re out with him then respect the food he eats. Respect is the key here.

People telling you that the food is vegetarian and when you start eating it it’s totally not – So you’e found this really great person to out with and he or she accepts you being a vegetarian but some what ignorant in some aspects of your eating habits. For example, he cooks up a “vegetarian” dinner but added some chicken stock to it. Chicken broth comes from chickens….. and yes even if its just the broth. Just let him know that and be nice.

Sometimes though, people out there can be totally sneaky. They will cook up or order something that looks totally “safe” for you. You eat and it hits you! It has bits of pork in it and not veggie-meat. Then they will laugh at your face because they thought that it’s such a funny joke. Don’t settle for people like this. Get out ASAP!

Some Solutions:


Educate them Being a vegetarian should not limit your dating options. If you find some one who is funny, smart and loves your dogs then by all means go out with him or her even if this person chooses cheeseburger and fries for their lunch. You just need to let them know what being a vegetarian means to you and how you want to live your life. Tell them what being a vegetarian is like and what kind of food are real vegetarian friendly. Let them know that instant chicken ramen is not counted as vegetarian just because you don’t see any meat in it.

Meet a kindred spirit – Find someone else who is a vegetarian or knows you are and doesn’t have a problem with it. I joined an online dating site after reading a review of and was able to choose someone who knew I was a veggie and was up for the idea of that.

Respect – This should come from both of you. Don’t try to convert him or her and he or she should not convert you. We know that being a vegetarian is healthy and gives you all the wonderful benefits but don’t try to shove this down the throat of the person you’re dating. It’s much like religion — don’t try to be all high and mighty. In the same way the other person should never play tricks on you to tempt you to eat meat. You can try to give him or her a taste of those delicious vegan muffins so that he can appreciate your side of the world.

Enjoy – Dating is all about those wonderful giddy feelings and eventually love. Try to enjoy the moment and don’t be overly critical about each other. If you guys would just nit-pick each other’s flaws then just quit seeing each other. Have fun together there’s a ton of things you can do together besides finding a vegetarian friendly restaurant.


So there, we know being a vegetarian has its ups and downs and that includes dating. Fear not and be strong. You can find a great person vegetarian or not. If you’re one of those lucky ones who has snagged a nice catch who loves you and respects your choices, then don’t let that person go. If you’re still trying to sift through the annoying bunch, keep your cool. You’ll fine some one worthy of you.


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