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How to Make Healthy Holiday Food Choices

By | November 3, 2012

Some of the most common things I hear just after the holidays are over are all the comments about how much weight everybody gained from all the good food. I’m not a proponent for obsessing over food. I don’t pig out and I don’t starve myself. If I want a piece of chocolate cheesecake, I Read More

Natural Remedies Collection

By | October 3, 2012

One of my greatest passions the last several years has been learning how to heal common illnesses and injuries with herbs and other natural remedies. Avoiding unnecessary antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals is so vital to good health, so when a non-emergency health issue arises, I turn to remedies like these. Ear Infections Did you know Read More

Decorating Your Homeschool Area

By | September 11, 2012

Daniel Catt via Compfight Whether you have an entire room devoted to homeschooling or your kitchen table doubles as school space, you can make learning more fun with a little decorating creativity! Dual-Purpose Room If your school space doubles as another room, you’re in good company. Most families don’t have an entire extra room to Read More

Real Food Confession: Justyn of Creative Christian Mama

By | July 24, 2012

How “into” real food are you?  (how long have you been doing it, how many different foods do you make from scratch, etc.) We jumped into real food in January of last year. Rather than changing things gradually, we decided to just get it over with and do it all at once. It was quite Read More

Top Five Natural Remedies For Summer

By | June 9, 2012

  As the weather heats up, my natural remedies shift from cold-weather issues, like ear infections, to things like sunburns and bug bites. Much as we love getting outside to enjoy God’s creation, there are quite a few uncomfortable things to deal with. Here are some natural and easy ways to get over the discomfort Read More

Ten Tips From Our Ten Years of Marriage

By | May 29, 2012

Friday was our tenth anniversary! It seems unreal that we have been married for an entire decade. Over these last ten years, we’ve learned some ways to encourage a healthy marriage. Although I’ll share our own examples, your marriage will look different — and that’s good! The idea is to work together to figure out Read More

DIY Raised Bed Herb Garden

By | April 17, 2012

When we bought our house four years ago, it had a “patio.” What I mean by that is that the previous owners thought that the house would sell better with a patio, so they bought the cheapest pavers they could and plopped them right down on the grass. They were so uneven that it looked Read More

Natural Remedies for Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

By | March 31, 2012

Image by Bruce Eric Anderson This post contains affiliate links. A friend of mine is expecting her third baby very soon and she just discovered that one of her little ones has hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD). Knowing that I have been learning about herbs for the last several years, she asked what natural Read More

Our Children Are Our Reflections

By | January 17, 2012

I didn’t like what I was seeing I was starting to see attitudes and behaviors in my three-year-old that I wasn’t thrilled about. She was doing great with our new baby, but in other areas she was saying and doing things that I didn’t like to see… things that I was saying and doing. Uh-oh. Read More

Thirty Things About Me, On my 30th Birthday

By | November 30, 2011

By Justyn Lang, Contributing Writer Note from Kate: It’s not only Justyn’s birthday.  She had her little girl, Isabella, last Sunday night at home.  Congratulations on your new baby, Justyn!! Do you remember when you were a teenager, and the thought of being thirty sounded so OLD?! Even in my early twenties, it seemed so Read More

“Real Food” Baby-steps for Your Kitchen and Your Budget

By | November 8, 2011

  By Justyn Lang, Contributing Writer Our “real” foods journey started less than a year ago, but I can’t imagine going back to what we used to eat. I can clearly remember how overwhelmed and confused I was by all of the new terms and the information that went against what I’d always been taught. Read More

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