🐰 Easter is this weekend & our #teamwaxie Ontario crew have been hopping! A few weeks ago we donated 63 Easter baskets to our friends at @olive.crest. Ops/Admin Assistant @cb_photography9 coordinated the collection of the baskets from fellow employees & went with General Manager Bob G. to deliver them.
We hope that these baskets bring a ton of joy to the kids that receive them on Sunday.
Massaging your greens makes them taste 1,000% better and they’re more digestible! #worthit Baby kale and spring mix dressed with ACV, avocado oil, mashed avocado, s&p, nutritional yeast; topped with hemp seeds, carrots, beet sauerkraut, tomatoes & hard boiled eggs 🥚🥗🍽 Also I’m so grateful to be feeling better and able to eat a big salad #Kale#Eggs#salad#nooch#vegetarian#vegetarianrecipes
From all of us at Nature's Energy, we'd like to wish you a happy and safe Easter. Please be mindful that we are closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday but we'll be open on Easter Saturday and Monday, limited trading hours. Enjoy spending time with your loved ones and we hope you unwrap a special Nature's Energy voucher this weekend! See you all soon X
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Babies! It's day 9 (I could be off a day or two so maybe day 10-11?) and I candled the three eggs I know are fertilized. The video is kinda hard to see because I have to candle them in the pitch black closet and all the eggs are brown, making it harder to see inside.
BUT...they are moving!!! Little flutters and jumps!
Hopefully, you can make some of it out. The third egg showed the least movement and was hard for me to make out.
1. Exfoliate Your #Skin
Starting with the first of 5 beauty tips: Exfoliate a minimum of three times per week. Once per day is even better, especially if your skin is excessively dry. The exfoliation process removes dead layers of skin cells and gives your fresh, moist skin underneath a chance to breathe, as well as letting moisturizer absorb better afterward. Your skin’s oil glands cannot reach the outer, dead layers of skin so it’s best to exfoliate and allow the oils to naturally hydrate the living skin cells.
2. Moisturize and Protect Your Nails
For dry, brittle nails, rub petroleum jelly or a thick cream into your nails to hold moisture around and under your nails. If you do this at bedtime, slip a pair of thin cotton gloves on your hands before you to sleep.
Wear vinyl gloves every time you wash dishes or do other household tasks that require you to immerse your hands in water. (Vinyl is best, because people with nail problems tend to have skin that is sensitive to rubber.) And avoid polish removers that contain acetone or formaldehyde. They’re terribly drying to nails. Use acetate-based removers instead.
3. Avoid Skin #Destroyers
Eliminate these three unhealthy habits: smoking, tanning salons and sunbathing. While some sunlight is ok, be sure to wear SPF and avoid prolonged time in the sun. Doctors agree that all three of these factors can be extremely harmful to your skin and have secondary effects that could become potentially life threatening.
4. Put #Eggs in Your Hair…Yes, Eggs
Mix one egg with a small amount of shampoo, apply to your hair for five minutes, and rinse well. This “shampoo omelette” helps to feed the protein in your hair.
5. Wash Your #Face with #Natural Products
For our last beauty tip: Clean your face and neck with a natural cold cream and follow with a rose water glycerine rinse twice a day to remove skin-damaging pollutants.
Duck eggs ready to get dunked into purple cabbage "dye" for Easter. I hard-boil them for 10", washed them with a drop of castile soap (to remove oils and residue that prevents natural food color from sticking to shell), dried them, and drew on tjem with wax crayons (white, pink, light color). To make dye .... gently boil 2 cups of slivered purple cabbage with enough water to cover by an inch or two. Let simmer with lid on for about an hour. Cool down to room temperature before adding 1 tablespoon white vinegar per cup of food "dye". Immerse hard-boiled eggs into dye and place in fridge until the desired color is achieved.
I keep eggs submerged for 8-24 hours, depending on strength of color. If eggs aren't completely submerged, turn 'em here and there. For smoothest finish, submerge them! Once colored you can rub in a bit of oil to give a nice shine.