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Isn’t it funny how our life experiences make our vernacular change? When I first entered the Weston A Price & Paleo food world I learned all kinds of new words. Then again as I began the foray into minimalism and tiny living. Even more new words have come as I study holistic medicine. I hope… Continue reading What is a Mold or Chemical “Hit” & How I Recover
“How working Moms can lose the guilt, work smarter, and thrive.” I read this subtitle on the book Stretched Too Thin by Jessica N. Turner and thought “cute, another book that’s claiming to help me in my journey but is going to end up making me feel even worse.” Is it only me? Or do… Continue reading Stretched too Thin Book Review
“All we need to do is get through this next right thing.” If I had $1 for every time I’ve said that over the last few years. Our lives have been such a journey of ups and downs. I know everyone has their struggles, I feel like we’ve had more than our fair share.… Continue reading The One Sentence That Changed It All For Me
You have all been so patient waiting for me to share our Before & After photos of the Airstream. Moving in certainly didn't go according to our plans. We had grand ideas when we first purchased our tiny little home about how the reveal would go. Then life happened and we hit survival mode. I… Continue reading Our Before/ After Airstream Reveal
It finally happened! We’ve been trying for years, praying & hoping, wishing & working and it FINALLY happened. (No, not another baby… why do people always think that 🙂 ) We left Colorado!! For about seven years now we’ve talked and prayed about it. My husband has applied for hundreds of jobs and dozens of… Continue reading Treehouse Daily’s BIG News!
Human nature is a funny thing. No matter how many times we see the hard stuff of life happen to others, somewhere in us thinks “those things don’t happen to my people.” We all have *our* people. Those who we have done life with. As Mamas, these people are especially important. We share our children’s… Continue reading Needing “My People”