October is the month to dig up temporary summer crops — runner beans, root veg such as carrots and beetroot, as well as pumpkins and squashes. Leave vegetables that can be harvested into autumn and winter, such as Brussels sprouts, cabbages and cauliflowers. Pick the last of any summer crop fruits such as raspberries, apples and pears. See full article and more fall gardening tips here
Fall season is the time for hot chocolate and cider!
It is so much fun to decorate our home and bring in the colors of fall! Easy to do with colorful pumpkins, leafs, twigs, nuts and warm colored candles or fireplaces. A colorful table cloth, table runner or pillow make a splash of color in your dining and living room. Enjoy the fall season!
There are creative ways to reduce stress daily. Take a mini-vacation with coloring. There are many choices of big and small coloring books or download and print out some beautiful Mandala patterns to calm your nerves. You can do it during your coffee or lunch break. Coloring is a form of meditation and a great way to relax, create something beautiful and engage with different colors which works like color therapy.
More creative color therapy topics and many other wellness related topics will be in our new book “Wellness Perspectives” written by the Three Coaches and a Psychologist. The wellness book will be available in fall.