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Mix Your Drink the All Natural Way!

We all know that drinking alcoholic beverages is not the healthiest activity and we certainly would not add it to our healthy living routine for 2015. However, there are times when a well-deserved cocktail is definitely in order. A Friday afternoon happy hour or a Saturday evening dinner party with friends come to mind! The…

Your Lips and Hands are Your Ambassadors to the World

As we move through our busy days and weeks, we interact with our environment and the people in our lives in so many ways. We experience the wonder of our world through our senses, and we communicate with the people in our lives with verbal communication, gesticulation, body language, and a variety of different types…

Healthy Tip: Substitute Natural Sweeteners Like Honey for Refined Sugar

Throughout the month of January we are seeking small changes in our diet and lifestyle that will  complement our resolve to be healthy naturally. One very easy change we can make with very little sacrifice is the substitution of natural sweetening agents like honey for refined or “white” sugar. Before we talk about alternatives to…

What Does It Mean to be Naturally Healthy?

I love the Farmer’s Market for a variety of reasons, but above all, I love the Farmer’s Market because of the fantastic exchange of ideas and information. Over the years I have learned so much from farmers, artisans, and crafters of all sort at the market. Among these valuable lessons are two that moved me…

Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey

The beginning of a new year is always a great time to take a good look at lifestyle choices and habits, both good and bad. It is a time to “turn over a new leaf” and introduce some good habits into our daily routine. Over the years I have known many people who have religiously…

Take Tupelo Honey This Year For Your Hangover

As the year comes to a close, our thoughts turn to everything that is possible. It is time to re-focus and really become the change we wish to see in own lives and in the world around us. Okay, let’s think about that tomorrow because right now it’s time to celebrate the closing of 2014!…

Don’t Forget the Collard Greens!

I grew up on the Tennessee – Georgia line eating all kinds of what we generically referred to as “greens.” In my family, greens could be collards, kale, mustard, poke weed, and even cabbage. My mother prepared each of these exactly the same way, she boiled them! Depending on the type of greens the seasoning…

How Do You Bring a Bee Company to Life? Reflections of 2014

Dang, this year has certainly galloped toward the finish in record time and I’m still yearning for the months to slow down. Nonetheless, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the Bee Company. It’s the time of year when we have to look over the business and see how we’ve done, plan where we are…

Tupelo Honey

So with the New Year coming up around the corner, we at the Savannah Bee Company are awaiting the spring when the bees will inevitably leave their hives in search of pollen and nectar from the new spring flowers. The honey stores will be low and most likely empty by spring and this will be…

A “Wine”derful night in Charleston

Since the beginning of December, Charleston has come alive with so many different amazing events that are getting everyone ready for a fantastic holiday season. Friday December 5th marked the first annual “Night in Wine Country,” where participants purchased tickets to shop late and drink wine at all of their favorite stores on King Street,…

Winter in the Beehive

  For many of us the Holiday season is a very busy time of year. We spend our days preparing gifts for love ones and food for special holiday dinners and celebrations. We attend school Christmas plays, parades, office parties, and special religious services. With all the hustle and bustle of the season, it is…

Bee’s Wrap: Sustainable Food Storage

Savannah Bee retail stores have recently started carrying a product that I’m really excited about. It’s called Bee’s Wrap, and it’s an all-natural alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. It’s made out of cloth and coated in beeswax, which makes it long lasting and antibacterial – perfect for storing any type of food. All you…

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