On Wednesday, Reedy and Amy Long were busy sifting through the damage an Easter weekend fire had brought to their Opelika home.
Having an altered sense of smell is actually common. A survey of U.S. adults found two-thirds experienced a problem with smell sometime in their lives.
In tandem with light, scent can be used to create a variety of moods. Aromatherapy offers a host of scents for any mood, and an essential oil diffuser can create aromas that may inspire, focus or relax. For example, lavender scents are known to help soothe and aid in sleep, while lemongrass may alleviate anxiety, and peppermint can help mental acuity. Essential oil diffusers are diverse in design, allowing you to find a style that matches the decor. Some may also glow, change colors and gently hum. Look for high-quality oils made from natural ingredients.
Whether you’ve lived in your house for years or just moved in, it can be a challenge to create a home that feels authentically “you.” Sure, you (and maybe your partner, kids, pets) live there, but designing a home that reflects your personal style and celebrates your favorite memories and experiences requires a little extra effort. To make your house feel more like a home, start with the simple changes below. Small details like displaying favorite mementos and adding a house plant or two may be all it takes to bring extra personality to your space.
Gloria Estefan has been a “victim of Covid”, as she explained she tested positive for the virus last month after she visited a restaurant with some of her family and had an encounter with a stranger.
Need quick stress relief? Try a bubble bath. The light smell of coconut takes a relaxing bath and moisturizing to lush levels. A soak with Lalicious leaves your skin hydrated and delicately fragranced. $28, lalicious.com.
The pandemic has forced many to slow down their daily routines and connect to simpler processes. Remember the popularity of baking sourdough bread? Well, just as that required a recipe, there’s a method for elevating a simple bath to a healing experience, according to Deborah Hanekamp, author of the book “Ritual Baths: Be Your Own Healer.”
Charlie Hunnam had coronavirus “earlier this year”, and thinks he might have it again, even though his symptoms are entirely different this time.
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Despite its swift ascent, plant-based meat is the antithesis of recent trends such as local and farm-to-table dining, representing an embrace of highly processed foods made palatable in a laboratory by technicians.
The blast around was heard for miles and had enough force to blow a vehicle across an intersection. Paper, insulation and building debris rained on the area.
Many Auburn residents may find that their water tastes a little different than usual.
Chef Michelle Bernstein has experienced stains and smells in all corners of the world, and she knows just how to defend against them.
Many people have a special smell they associate with the holidays.
The Auburn City Council on Tuesday approved the replacement of the Masterbrand Cabinets facility on Webster Road with Mint Julep boutique’s on…