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Rooibos Allergy Tea

By | April 15, 2014

It’s spring time and with new life coming up everywhere comes seasonal allergies for many people. If I had to pick one time of year to perpetually live inside, it would be spring. Over the past 16 years or so my poor body has been plagued with horrible allergies. I mean HORRIBLE, can’t move, can barely Read More

Make Your Own Herbal Healing Salves

By | April 8, 2014

By Doña Bumgarner, Contributing Writer As part of my ongoing quest to green the products in my bathroom, I tossed out a bag of commercial ointments and skin treatments and replaced them with home-made healing salves.  My initial motivation was to replace a diaper rash cream that I realized was petroleum-based. Not only that, but Read More

How to Deal With Depression in a Spouse

By | March 27, 2014

  Depression is a serious condition that affects many people in the United States, but the condition doesn’t just affect the depressed spouse. Depression also creates a burden on the non-depressed spouse who may feel lonely, stressed or overwhelmed by their partner’s behavior. Undiagnosed depression can be particularly harmful to a marriage as the depressed Read More

Do you have a toxic couch?

By | March 18, 2014

By Robyn, Contributing Writer When I moved into my husband’s house I always looked forward to the time we could furnish the basement to have a fun living space for entertaining.  Towards the end of last year we were finally ready and excitedly headed to our local furniture store to pick out all the goodies.  Read More

Kid-Friendly Cough Syrup

By | March 4, 2014

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Nicole Walters. Nicole is married to a wonderful man and mama to three children under 3.5. She blogs about real food, navigating corn allergies, and living on a budget at www.honeysweetened.com. My 3-year-old, 1-year-old and husband all approved the taste of this cough syrup. I’ve also found Read More

Is Stress A State Of Mind?

By | February 27, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Paisley Hansen. The yearly TED conference is known for its thought-provoking presentations, and this year’s talk by Kelly McGonigal was no exception. According to McGonigal, stress is only bad for us if we think it is. And reaching out to help others, along with seeking comfort from other Read More

10 Minute Kettle Bell Workout For Busy Moms

By | February 26, 2014

10 Minute Kettle Bell Workout for Busy Moms   By Angela Parker, Contributing Writer  ***Always consult with your doctor before beginning a new workout program.  Kettle Bells   Kettle Bells are weights that can be used to add extra weight in body weight exercises. They can help you build more lean muscle mass which improves Read More

8 Things We Did To Stay Healthy This Winter

By | February 20, 2014

  Image by  *~Dawn~* By Beth, Contributing Writer. Come February I am always so thankful we live in the southern part of the US. For us, winter is coming to a close and warmer days are right around the corner. It’s always a good time for me to reflect on the previous season – especially when Read More

How to Naturally Combat Negative Emotions

By | February 19, 2014

Our culture has become one of hustle & bustle. Most people are constantly on the go, working increasingly long hours, and many more things that keep them overly busy. This causes a rise in stress, restlessness, anxiety, and depression. These emotions affect our interactions with our family, friends, and acquaintances. Diffusing essential oils is one Read More

Part 2: Garden or Lab?

By | February 3, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Molly of Bloom Naturals. Molly is a wife, homeschooling mother of 4 boys, lover of Jesus, who enjoys learning about healthy things. You won’t find her reading NY bestsellers but rather books on food, things that affect the skin, raising sons, and the things of God to whom Read More

Was Your Skin Care Grown in a Garden or Lab?

By | January 31, 2014

 Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Molly of Bloom Naturals. Molly is a wife, homeschooling mother of 4 boys, lover of Jesus, who enjoys learning about healthy things. You won’t find her reading NY bestsellers but rather books on food, things that affect the skin, raising sons, and the things of God to whom Read More

What Your Poop is Telling You

By | January 29, 2014

By Angela Parker, Contributing Writer Are you constipated? Are you having to strain during a bowel movement? Do you go days without pooping? Are you gassy or bloated?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have digestive issues related to food allergies.  Your digestive system is the key to your health Read More

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