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  I know — Christmas just happened, and now 2014 is looming.  It’ll be here before you know it.  I don’t know about you, but the time has been flying lately.  When 2014 gets here, it’s going to be challenge time! What challenge, you ask? Our second annual “31 Days to Better Health & Wellness Challenge.”  We’re Read More

By contributing writer Sarah Nichols Have you ever wondered how rice cereal became the most recommended first solid to feed babies? I always just assumed that when I had kids I would feed them rice cereal and baby food. However, after the traumatic birth of my first-born son, I began to question most things that Read More

By Robyn, Contributing Writer Holidays are full of traditional family foods.  When you choose to eat a less processed, “real” food diet this can cause some stress.  I didn’t want to end the traditions, but also didn’t want to compromise the quality of food I ate.  I decided it was time to clean up some Read More

By Jessica, contributing writer This is a special time of year, for sure. Loads of fun activities and parties, extra shopping to do and places to be. One very important thing to remember is not to substitute quality family time with all the hustle and bustle. Christmas time is an especially important time to connect Read More

If you’ve been around here for awhile, then you know I try not to get too controversial.  Yes, I do like to take on topics that are generally controversial (like vaccines), but my goal is always to gently educate.  Rarely do I ever write on a controversial topic to share my specific views on the matter Read More

By Anjanette Barr, Contributing Writer Most of us have a longing to be known intimately. We want someone in our life – a best friend, a spouse – who knows everything there is to know about us. Someone who knows us so well that there’s no need to explain our motives, our struggles, our dreams to Read More

  Every year around Christmas I have big plans to “do” lots of things. My Christmas Bucket List would include activities like: make Jesse Tree ornaments, do Truth in the Tinsel with my kids, drive around and look at Christmas lights, make neighbor gifts, bake cookies, go caroling, decorate the house, read nothing but Christmas Read More

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