Bubble baths and face masks are quite popular these days as self care, (I love a good hot bath myself!) but have you ever thought of the food you eat or how you eat it as a way to take care of your body?
Because product labeling can be so vague and meaningless, it has become more important than ever to develop a trusting relationship with your local farmer. You should be comfortable asking questions about how your food was raised, managed, fed and the farmer should be equally willing to talk to you and even show you.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding wool dryer balls lately, and it is well deserved. By switching from dryer sheets to wool dryer balls you can eliminate toxic chemicals, cut down on waste and still keep your clothes soft.
Living in the city with, what I assumed was pretty decent water quality, I never thought I would need a water filter. The water tasted like city water, but it was fine. Except, a few months after I moved in the water started making me sick to my stomach. Over the next month I did a lot of research on filtering systems.
Real Food, Real Busy
How to get real food on the table every night
I get it, you’re busy. The last thing you want to do when you finally get home from work is to cook dinner from scratch. But in your mind, you know that it’s so much better for you, your family, the budget and your health.
I know that after a long day at work that standing and making dinner can feel like a chore. But I don’t exactly have a choice. I have a lot of food allergies and have been working super hard to heal my gut. This means that everything I eat is made by me, from scratch. I can’t cheat and pick up something from the frozen entree section at the store or stop at a restaurant. Seem like a lot of work? It is, but for me home cooked food is a top priority.
So how do I juggle a farm, another job, a home and still have dinner on the table every night? Here’s how:
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