Reconnecting on the Road
A 10-day road trip covering thousands of miles was either going to save us or kill us.
Pumpkin spice simple syrup
Last Tuesday was a cold and rainy early autumn day in the mountains. The kind that made you want to round out September wrapped in a blanket, reading a good book, listening to the rain fall.
Releasing through writing
Life in quarantine is hard. 2020 is hard. And if you’re feeling the stress and pain and heartache of this year, I suggest you write it out.
Remove the stigma, own your story
None of us like to talk about mental health. Even as a reporter who has been covering the issue for years and understands the importance of removing the stigma, I don’t want to talk about my own mental health struggles.
Ask Us Anything - being jealous doesn't make you a bad person
Part of our goal here at Rumble is to start and continue conversations among women. We want to know what’s important to you, what’s weighing heavy on your mind? What problems can we help each other solve? What questions can we help you answer?
Check your breasts
By Jonathan Austin
Susan Austin was 56 when she saw an ad on television about how women should be doing self exams to see if they can find lumps in their breasts. Obvious lumps can be an early sign of breast cancer.
DIY Fall Scented Candles
- Small Mason jars or another type of glass/porcelain dish
- Flaked soy wax (can purchase on Amazon)
- Glass bowl or lg. Pyrex measuring cup
- Essential oils (clove, orange, cinnamon)
- Smokeless candle wicks (can purchase on Amazon)
Instructions (these steps make one candle)
- Wrap the candle wick around a pencil and gently place into the Mason jar, set aside
- Scoop 2.5 cups of wax flakes into glass bowl/Pyrex cup, heat in 30 second increments, stirring in between
- Add 10 drops of each essential oil, stir (you can continue adding more drops of certain oils until you get the desired scent)
- Pour the melted wax into the Mason jar or dish
- Let it sit until candle is completely hardened, remove the rod or pencil, and cut the wick
A letter to cancer
One nondescript day in May 2013 we had Sunday lunch plans. The morning had been a frenzy of cleaning and parenting my two little boys. I was excited to get out of the house so someone else could cook and serve me food.
Breast Cancer: how to contribute to the cause
We all want to help. In today’s world, chances are we all know someone whose life has been impacted by Breast Cancer. While that knowledge is daunting — and somewhat overwhelming — it also drives us to help make whatever difference we can.