In this book, I hope to stimulate further interest in the use of olives and olive oil by presenting various "how to do it" scenarios that are practical and fun. For instance, making table olives is an easy and fun thing to do that takes very little actual "doing" on your part. Most of the curing time can be spent by doing other things while the curing medium does the job of making the fruit edible. I provide specific instructions on how to do this.
This audiobook provides the research results of professionals for ways to improve your overall health - thus helping you cope with the overall procedure - as well as various specific things you can do to help your body deal with some of the less serious, but still annoying and deleterious, side effects of chemotherapy. All of these research results are freely available on the internet. The trouble is: finding them. I've simplified this for you here.
Are you or any of your loved ones among the above groups? If so, then you/they are in danger of suffering the effects of a serious vitamin B12 deficiency. These "effects" can take various forms such as anemia where you feel tired all the time and that your strength has absolutely vanished to real neurological damage as in newborn babies of strict vegan mothers to mental disorders in the elderly mimicking Alzheimer's disease.
There are nine psychological case studies of real people dealing with depression in this audiobook. Each one shows how unique the consequences of this debilitating condition can be on one's life.
No Work Urban Front Yard Vegetable Gardening Simplified by Joyce Zborower is an easy-to-follow guide for building and planting a new organic gardening bed in the ground right over an old chemical bed, a grassy spot that's never been planted before, a rocky area, container gardening in pots, or in a raised garden bed so you won't have to bend over to harvest your goodies. And once the bed is ready and planted, any further work on your part is very minimal.
"not what the title promises"
Sell Your Work is a report on how to turn your crafts expertise into your business. It was written by a former state exhibition chairperson of Arizona Designer Craftsmen, a statewide organization for fine-crafts artists who participate in juried gallery shows throughout the country and whose work has been sought after by collectors.