Bring your life to order

Started this post a month ago, but just finished it now. My friend's life event inspired me to contemplate further into the way humans interact with each other. Each of the featured posters represents different people and their life perception that we all know. Don't have to be in the same friendship circles to find the way… Continue reading Bring your life to order


What I learned from NOT Blogging

Two weeks of silence, no writing, no communication....NO BLOGGING. It has been long two weeks of hermit-like existence off the Web space. No Facebook, No Instagram, No Blogging and No Social Sites; Back to the early 90's. What does that mean in now day and age? Discovered that I really missed 2 weeks of events, celebrations, checking… Continue reading What I learned from NOT Blogging

Edible Gardens · gardening · plants · Recipe

🌿Hail to Aloe Vera.🌿

Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. 🌷Reposting one of my very first posts. This miracle plant has been a staple of my morning routine and this article serves as a gentle reminder to continue on the healing plant-based life path. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent that's… Continue reading 🌿Hail to Aloe Vera.🌿

Edible Gardens · gardening · plants

Growing Self Blogger Award

My Blogger Friend, Lisa, nominated me with this meaningful award, to my surprise and I am here to pass it forward. Her super creative and beautiful Paper design blog, at   lismorepaper.com. She sells high-quality digital paper through her Etsy shop. Working with watercolor, pen and ink, mixed media materials, and Adobe software, Lisa strives to… Continue reading Growing Self Blogger Award


Rossini: Barber of Seville.

Humor, music, and childishness help humanity maneuver through life.  A very familiar familial drama that occurred almost 3 centuries ago. Love-stricken daughter seeks to outsmart her harsh and esteemed Father. Popular town Barber is money hungry accomplice to his well to do, hopelessly in love, friend. A noble young lad who is madly in love… Continue reading Rossini: Barber of Seville.

Edible Gardens · gardening · plants · Uncategorized

Juicing for Life

Juicing is a lifestyle choice. If you wish to feel alive, exuberant and face the day in your optimal condition, try hydrating your body cells, as your first step to wellness. The first juicer I experienced was 25 years ago in my parent's kitchen. Observing my Dad pressing juices was weird. I had no desire… Continue reading Juicing for Life

gardening · plants

🌿🌷C’mon Spring 🌷🌿

🌷Happy Friday Friends. 🌷 Wishing you a colorful weekend with upcoming warm Spring in mind. 🌕 Now that the full moon took away all the uncertainty and high emotions, it's time to regroup, visualize and manifest the future aligned with your goals and purpose ✨🌸☀️🌸✨ Soar high and dream big🌟 Love, Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com

Edible Gardens · plants · Recipe

Cauliflower Pizza HomeMade

Cauliflower Pizza. This Version is healthy, light, and you can eat the entire pizza. Previously, I purchased premade pizza crusts before from all kind of brands, but they were all mixed with extra flour and potatoes as a substitute. When I tried to work with the entire raw cauliflower head, I found it very messy,… Continue reading Cauliflower Pizza HomeMade

Edible Gardens · gardening · health · plants · Recipe

How to Start and Grow your own Sprouts

Home Grown Sprouts 101: It all started with a local purchase of Pea shoot Greens, as a snack. Dawned on me that its best and easy to grow your own, either in your own kitchen or backyard, all year round. Here are easy steps to grow your own organic sprouts: Purchase Organic Sprouts - I like… Continue reading How to Start and Grow your own Sprouts

Edible Gardens · plants · Recipe

Mung Beans Tabbouleh🥗

Vegan Tabbouleh option for a Hearty Lunch Boil or steam 1 cup of dry Mung Beans in 3 cups of vegetable broth. (If allergic to Lentils, add 1 cup of quinoa or couscous)         Add prepared cooked beans to the organic chopped salad: 1 Bunch of Parsley 1/2 cup of Mint Leaves 1 Yellow… Continue reading Mung Beans Tabbouleh🥗

Edible Gardens · gardening · plants

Fibonacci Sequence in Nature and Plants.

The Fibonacci sequence appears in the smallest, to the largest objects in nature. It is a way for information to flow in a very efficient manner. The actual Fibonacci sequence is this series of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34. Simply put, the next number in the sequence is formed by… Continue reading Fibonacci Sequence in Nature and Plants.

Recipe · travel

My First….. American Alligator

They exist, they exist, Alligators are real. Serene Sunday family dinner was full of excitement.  Turns out there are 2000 alligators in this local Tarpon Spring Lake. Ah hmmm, practically in my backyard? Really? They do look so cute, though... Swimming by nonchalantly         Kids, don't try this at home 🙂 Later, Alligator.… Continue reading My First….. American Alligator

award · Recipe · Uncategorized

One Lovely Blog Award

Hello my dear friends One more award  – I love receiving these awards, makes my heart feel warm & fuzzy. To think that lovely people in the blogging world take the time to read my blogs & feel that I deserve these awards surprises me and makes me feel with joy. Novus Lectio has nominated me… Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award

travel · Uncategorized

Florida Holiday season 2017

Happy Holidays from Florida my lovely Friends. I wish you  Peace on Earth, Joy, Hope, and Wonder that the season can bring!  May your walls know joy, may every room hold laughter, and every window open to great possibility -- Mary Anne Radmacher Happy Holidays, everyone! Luda@PlantsandBeyond  


Liebster Award

Just when I was congratulating a fellow blogger, Vero & little Canito on her award, I saw my name nominated in her post. Ha! I didn't expect it and was so pleasantly surprised and very honored. Told my family and then I told my family, again. They said they heard it already and my response was:… Continue reading Liebster Award