Welcome to SeaweedArt and My Sea-Inspired Coastal Life
I’m an artisan, chef and “sea foodie.” An ocean lover at heart, my passion is to bring the beauty of the sea into the home with my coastal style, DIY crafts, beach-themed décor and healthy cuisine.
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As a healthy living advocate, I’m always open to new ideas and ways to keep my body and mind alert and in top form. And I want to look good too! I exercise, eat right, stay active and take great care of my skin. Recently, I developed a case of lymphedema, a swelling...
Oceans 360 is a non-profit that brings high resolution underwater 360/180 virtual reality video, from around the globe, to classrooms, museums and aquariums in order to raise awareness about the fragility of the world’s oceans.
I have always been a big tea drinker. It’s not just the taste that attracts me, but also the experience because so much calming peaceful rituals and ceremonies are associated with tea. As a foodie and healthy living advocate, I appreciate not only the food– tea cakes and tea sandwiches, but also the healing, mindfulness and restorative properties of tea.
I went to yoga this morning at In-Shape and as I was checking in at the front desk I noticed a recipe card for a chocolate peanut butter protein shake. I start most days with a healthy smoothie and I’m always looking for new ideas so when I saw this one I knew I had to try it.
Want great skin? Here are some sun safety tips and recommendations for pre and post sun safety.
Everyday Seafood is every "sea foodies" dream and is one of my favorite seafood cookbooks. Filled with over a hundred recipes for fish and shellfish it encompasses everything from soups and stews, baked and barbecued fish, salads and dips. I appreciate the Nathan...
Art print image from Houzz depicts the surf culture way of life in Santa Cruz, CA.
Oil pulling is extremely easy, entirely inoffensive, and very affordable. The price of a daily spoonful of your preferred oil is much cheaper and less costly than a trip to the doctor’s office or even a pill to take to cover the root problem of an illness.
Essential oils have been around since the days of Cleopatra and have recently resurged in popularity and for good reason. They have many healing, therapeutic and cost saving applications– medicinal, household cleaning products, aromatherapy and personal beauty care.
We have a very tropical backyard that is bordered with lots of bamboo. Lots. Since it is so plentiful and grows so quickly, I'm always looking for clever and creative things to create and do with it. A while ago my husband Bill made me bamboo planters by cutting the...