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  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

By Robyn, contributing writer How “into” real food are you? (i.e. how long have you been doing it, how many different foods do you make from scratch, etc.) I can’t say exactly when we made the switch because it has been a gradual change over the last 5 years.  I have always enjoyed cooking and Read More

By Nicole Walters, Contributing Writer My three-year-old has behavioral reactions sometimes from her allergens. On days when she’s been exposed, what she needs for me to do is set aside my to-do list and focus on her. But between the “musts” on the to-do list, her two brothers, and my being somewhat stubborn about my Read More

Spring is FINALLY here! The gardeners among us have been planning, dreaming and eagerly awaiting warmer days. We want to dig in the dirt. Tend our plants and reap a harvest of tasty veggies. Last year, we had to buy a significant amount of seedlings from our local nursery. Unfortunately, most of the nursery was Read More

image credit By Jaclyn, Contributing Writer 1. How into real food are you?  I’ve been on this real food journey for almost four years.  To say I’ve come a long way is an understatement!  I went from buying tons of packaged, organic, “junk food”, to now making (almost) everything we eat from scratch.  It’s amazing to see Read More

Grains are a confusing and controversial issue.  People vary in their approach – eat whole grains, eat only soaked/sprouted/soured grains, grains are bad for you, etc.  Unfortunately this can get very divisive, with some assuming that what works for them is “the” answer.  They even trot out research to share their position and try to Read More

Image by The Sure Chill Company More nonsense popped up in my feed today. It’s the story of a young boy with leukemia, who is exposed to the measles while in the hospital.  The mother passionately describes her stress at waiting out the 21-day incubation period, praying her immunno-compromised son doesn’t end up developing the Read More

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