Peppermint Detox Bath Soak

By Elsie Callender, Contributing Writer Why don’t I do this more often? That’s what I ask myself on those rare occasions when I decide to take a bath. Baths aren’t the most practical for getting clean quick. Taking one requires us to slow down, to carve out time for ourselves. Even though many of us would say we reserve our evenings for relaxation, we’re still too occupied to consider spending twenty minutes soaking in the tub! For my part, after supper I often attempt to […]

Get Fit, Eat Better, Have More Energy & Heal Naturally with this FREE eCourse!

This offer is no longer available! Boy, have I had fun making this free mini eCourse for you! I know that SO many of you are working hard at making healthy changes for yourself and your family. Here at KOTH, we just love getting to encourage you and provide you with resources that will help along the way. That’s why when I sat down to create this course, I decided to focus on helping families to take more steps towards putting healthy habits into place. Because […]

The 5 Best Natural Remedies for Beginners

Are you eager to start making the switch over to natural remedies, but unsure of where to start? I know that when you’re first getting started with the world of herbs, essential oils, alternative medicines and so on, it can feel daunting. Walking into a health food or vitamin store is an exercise in overwhelm. And googling what you’re trying to find out can be even worse! Growing up, we took Tylenol for headaches, Nyquil for colds, Neosporin for cuts, and Pepto Bismal for stomach-related […]

Why I Quit Drinking So Much Water

  By Andrea Green, Contributing Writer It all started on Facebook. One day, as I was reading through my newsfeed, I came across a conversation about drinking 100 ounces of water every day. The conversation talked about all the benefits of drinking 100 ounces of water. Everyone in the conversation claimed better health, successful weight loss, and radiant skin. All the comments were positive and there were exclamations of how adding 100 ounces of water to their day was life changing. These comments were made by […]

3 Steps to a Naturally Healthy Home

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer Giving your home and health a natural living overhaul can be a huge task. One that may seem overwhelming and difficult. When there are so many things to change, it’s hard to know where to start. Today I’m sharing three simple steps that I feel are a great place to begin. Of course, what needs to be changed will be different for everyone, but I think you’ll find these steps doable and beneficial. 1. Replace chemical cleaners with natural ones This […]

12 Ways to Go Disposable Free

By Erin Odom, Contributing Writer  One of the easiest transitions to living a more natural life is to reduce using disposable products. Not only does cutting back on using disposable products minimize your exposure to toxins found in plastics and bleached paper, but it is also an eco-friendly way to save you money! The most important thing in learning to live a healthier life is to take one baby step at a time. These 12 ways to go disposable free can get you started. Perhaps some families […]

One Simple Way to Boost Your Health – Drink More Water

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer One of the most important things you can do for your health is to increase the amount of water you drink. Increasing your water intake is a healthy change that is simple. In fact, it’s doable for anyone no matter how far along on your journey you are! On average (and be honest) how much water do you drink a day? If you are like me (before I knew better), you might get a glass down a day, and that’s […]

7 Simple Ways to Make Fitness a Habit that Sticks

By Nina Nelson, Contributing Writer I used to hate folding laundry. I had no problems washing it and throwing it in the dryer, or even hanging it outside when the weather was fine. But folding it and putting it away? No thanks. But one day, I decided that every time the dryer was done, I’d take items out one-by-one, fold them and put them in my basket. It was super simple and they didn’t get stuck on my couch or bed for hours (or days) at […]