Monthly Archives: March 2009

Hormones, woa,oh, oh, Hormones… 7

I’ve been thinking for years that hormones play a huge part in how we feel every day. I’ve read some really great books on the subject and have considered taking bioidentical hormones. The other day, Mel, shared a really great link to 5 Tips for Balancing Hormones Naturally with Food. I thought that some of […]

Meet Sammy the Salamander 6

My husband was at the local amish store today when he heard a bit of a ruckus. They had just gotten a big shipment of plants and apparently this little guy was hitch hiking in one of the root balls. For a second, they thought it was a snake and some of the women present […]

Preparing for Adult Life 7

Last week, I blogged about how much I was enjoying The Duggars: Twenty and Counting. With my oldest approaching graduation next year, I really appreciated reading about how they prepare their children for adult life. Sometimes I feel like we’re overwhelming Joe as we’re discussing what he wants to do careerwise and all that needs […]

The Handbook of Vintage Remedies 5

The Handbook of Vintage Remedies by Jessie Hawkins, MH This 270 page handbook is cram-packed with natural remedies for everything from ADHD to yeast infections. Written and organized in user-friendly style, you’re sure to find yourself thumbing through it time and time again as you take care of yourself and your family. Wondering what […]

Excellence in Blogcasting Award 6

My dear friend Mel has recently honored me with this bloggy award.  Of course, she’s also recently started up a new blog so you’ll want to go visit her over at Wandering Quail Road to learn more about her greeny, always be prepared, military way of life. She has a fantastic writing style and I […]