food supply

As the global pandemic washes over America in a great wave, it forces us to evaluate the need for change in the way we view healthy living. Now more than ever, the impending crisis, an upheaval that, in part, urges us to resourcefully sustain a lifestyle of healthy living while navigating food shortages. I am…

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all-natural easter egg dye

Spring 2020, the days melt into weeks and settle into a pool of months. Even though I became numb to time and dates, annual family traditions do not slumber. We will continue with the hallmark tradition of dyeing eggs using all-natural ingredients collected from the pantry and refrigerator. This year could be the year to…

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healthy living

Maybe the current health crisis that threatens our nation motivates you to change unhealthy behaviors, but the decision to move forward might feel overwhelming for you right now. Let’s link arms and take these steps together. Five lifestyle changes can help crisis-proof your health. It’s human nature to trivialize health risks until the threat of…

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homeschooling

This post contains affiliate links I’ve been homeschooling my kids for the last two decades. The years gathered around our homeschool table have been some of the most enriching and memorable times. After two decades as a homeschool parent, I could write volumes about homeschool life. It’s a daunting task, but doable and rewarding. Fostering…

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goals and practices

This post contains affiliate links It’s early spring, so I opened the windows of my home office to the sounds and aromas that herald the new season. Spring often ignites in me a motivation to set goals or start new practices. Have you ever set a goal or started a practice and one week in…

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natural remedies

{This post contains affiliate links} The body is a complex machine that needs proper maintenance and care for it to function optimally. Your body endures poor food choices, stress, sleep deprivation, environmental toxins, and inactivity, so, on occasion, your machine will get sick. When it does, subdue your illness from a natural approach. Extend healthy…

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what I learned this winter

Things I Learned This Winter – 2020 It’s been a mild winter here in the Mid-Atlantic. Springtime is coming. The sun has begun to warm the soil. Just the other day, I noticed green spikes of crocuses and snowdrops poking through the wet, icy soil. Once again, I join writer Emily P. Freeman and other…

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