By Jannie Vaught It is either in a specific herb garden or right along with all the vegetables. We often think of basil, chamomile, fennel, catnip, coriander, lavender, mint, summer savory, marjoram, tarragon, oregano, chervil, lovage, parsley, dill, lemongrass, verbena, rosemary, bay, melissa, hyssop, thyme, and the wide variety of sage. Sage is our simple, beautiful, and delicious cultivar today. Salvia Officinalis is one of … Continue reading Many Gardeners Grow Herbs
By Sherletta Germain I chose the number 21 because it takes 21 days to for something to become a habit. Many of you are hungry and tenacious enough to receive the messages I will send you. This aha! moment will be the fuel you need to change your life. In Hebrew Kamaltria, the number 21 is I AM. So, whenever you see 21, there is … Continue reading Living in The NOW for 21 Days
By Jannie Vaught Now that we have fertilizer shortages, and planting time is here what are we to do? Compost, Compost Compost! If you have not already been building a compost area, where you add green, brown, and soil in layers and turn and water you hopefully can still purchase pre-made compost. Read the label! Let woody fiber be the lower addition on the ingredient … Continue reading It Is All About The Soil
By Mike Szymański Photographs courtesy of Mike Szymański The one thing about covering WeedCon this past Mardi Gras that stood out is for me is that I was not stoned and practically everybody else there was. I had many fascinating conversations about cannabis that I didn’t understand, but I learned a lot of things. Along the way, I received a pair of sunglasses, a T-shirt, … Continue reading Covering WeedCon Mardi Gras without Getting Stoned
By Sherletta Germain 2018 started off so perfect, which was cool because 2017 was a doozie. Have you ever felt like that? Like you wish the year would just “end” already because you are just over it? 2017 left me wanting to leave it right where it was-behind. The year before, I had lots of hard decisions and welcomed the smooth transition into a new … Continue reading When Life Gives You Lemons- My Survival Story
By Stephan Pisko Human beings’ are “drug conditioned’ within this current time and space environment they see pills in their dreams not sheep thanks to the big pharma controlling conditioners. When something naturally helpful comes along like hemp human beings’ go into their ‘drug conditioned mode’ then their beyond any help So sad humans are “filled with fear” their own so it’s very easy for … Continue reading Pharma Pills – Natural Hemp Help
By Stephan Pisko You’re mind which is the ‘unseeing space’ section of the brain when thoughts arise they are possibly stored within this compartment for a short while seconds (or) countless years depending upon certain mental relationships that are conjured up by the chemicals – neurons electrical impulses of the brain mechanism itself. You cannot ‘find mind’ but it is there never the less without … Continue reading Living With Your Own Mind Only – Body Language
By Vernon Nickerson The best thing about “No Time to Clean? Listen to Irene!” it got me thinking of the people in my world who could benefit from Ms. Stacey’s compact and accessible coaching and direction. Practically, everything the novice, veteran or expert needs to know about cleaning a living space lies within the pages of “No Time to Clean? Listen to Irene!” The timing … Continue reading No Time to Clean? Listen to Pauline Irene Stacey!
By Rae Ellen Bichell GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — Dr. Rachel LaCount grasped a metal hoop at a playground and spun in circles with her 7-year-old son, turning the distant mesas of the Colorado National Monument into a red-tinged blur. LaCount has lived in this western Colorado city of 64,000 nearly her whole life. As a hospital pathologist, she knows better than most that her hometown … Continue reading Delta Variant Surges in Colorado as the Bands Play On
Because of what is going on in the world and the chaos it has brought The Art Of Monteque will be taking a short sabbatical. It is important that we honor our contributors and stuff with time to to recoup and support their partners, families, and community. Some of our contributors have lost loved ones, others are dealing with economic troubles while some are … Continue reading A Short Sabbatical
By Vernon Nickerson Murmur, a film written and directed by Heather Young, making its debut at the 2020 Slamdance Film Festival, takes an intimate look at the intersections between 1. a lonely and heartsick mother who longs to love and be loved in return, 2. the substances the mother has used to numb her pain, 3. a lonely and heartsick dog who desperately wants tender … Continue reading Murmur: A Glorious Summer in the Winter of Our Discontent
By Jannie Vaught It seems to be a daily challenge. we are expected to again dip in the low twenties by this weekend, then bounce up to the forty’s. Well, this makes more work of covering the fall garden plants and disconnecting hoses and covering the faucets. Or as many just shake their heads and let it freeze. As an “Old Woody in the Stem”gardener, … Continue reading The Ever-Changing Highs And Lows Of Our “Weird Weather”
By Katerina Cozias RU for Real? That’s a darn good question. Who gets to decide if you are for real or not? And just what is “being real” all about? Well, being real means being your true unique self. It means being brave enough to let your true, authentic nature shine through – AT ALL TIMES. The problem is, most of us make our … Continue reading RU For Real?
In a time when eating healthy has become all the rage and we hear that we have to do more to achieve and maintain health, it is has certainly become hard to do so when one is busy with work, family, and every day errands. More and more people are returning to home base cooking and one of the front runners that is promoting this … Continue reading Cooking Healthy With The AirGo