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Posts by Judy Larkin

Combat Loneliness With Tea With Friends

Three Dog Night once sang “One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do.” It’s been 50 years since that song was released, and yet the line still resonates today. Although we are more connected than ever through texting and social media, we have become lonelier human beings. Being lonely Earlier this year, MDLinx, which…

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How Tea Helps Roses

Nature is wondrous. Every element in it helps the other in nature. The sun helps the trees, which in turn feeds the air. And so, the circle continues every day. If you think about it, then, using tea leaves to help in the growth of roses shouldn’t be that strange at all. Both tea and…

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Why Do We Put Ice In Tea?

This month as we raise our glasses to celebrate National Iced Tea Month, thank Frederic Tudor. Although in 1795, South Carolina grew the first crop of tea in the U.S, it was Boston-born Tudor who commercially produced the ice with which we use to chill our tall glasses of tea. In the early 1800s, Tudor…

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Time for Tea Cozy Contest

There is something nostalgic about a tea cozy. In a world where we’re constantly on the go, we should make more time to slow down. We need to  take time to sip tea and chat with friends long enough that we need to keep our tea pot warm under a tea cozy. Knitting also has…

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