Sunday Soup || Healing Chicken Soup

Sunday Soup || Healing Chicken Soup

Last week I posted a few links about cold and flu survival tips. The link from Stupid Easy Paleo was a recipe for Healing Chicken Soup. And since my girls came down with a cold last Friday, I knew it would be the recipe for our Sunday Soup. I omitted the mushrooms and green onions, and just added what I had on hand--carrots and celery. Check out the recipe to read the healing benefits of bone broth, garlic, turmeric, and ginger. I thought it was delicious and even my husband gave it a…Read more …

Weekly Resources || Cold and Flu Survival Tips

Here are a few words that sum up my week thus far: congestion, runny noses, bulb syringes, humidifier, heavy eyes.  Yep! Cold and Flu season has arrived! My girls are currently suffering from a cold, and I am a mess (literally). So today I am posting a few resources that offer tips for surviving or preventing a cold and the flu. You'll find a recipe for healing chicken soup, and suggestions ranging from using an air purifier to taking fermented cod liver oil (FCLO). Hopefully something in the mix plus a good dose…Read more …
Friday Favorites

Friday Favorites

Here are a few of my favorite things from the past week. These podcasts, blog posts, snacks and books provided enjoyable moments during the chaotic days that usually ensue when you have two children under two. Favorite Podcasts A Christmas that is peaceful, connected and meaningful from So Here’s the Thing with Kathi Lipp. Yeah, so who doesn’t want to have a Christmas that is peaceful, connected and meaningful? Unfortunately for many people, Christmas is anything but that. Instead it is filled with stress, debt and overbooked schedules. I loved this discussion between…Read more …
Sunday Soup

Sunday Soup

It can be a challenge for me to cook supper while  simultaneously keeping an eye on my two children. Most of our week night meals are ridiculously simple and boring. A meat, frozen veggie and baked sweet potato grace our table more than I'd care to admit. There are many strategies to combat the "Oh my goodness, it's five o'clock, what's for dinner?" problem. I've tried many, but not with much consistency. Jessica over at the Life as Mom blog, frequently plans theme nights to help simplify her meal planning and prepping. Emily…Read more …

Links for your weekend

Wow! It's been such a long time since I've published a blog post. I'm rusty at it now. I've been waiting to get things "perfectly" set up on our new Wordpress blog. However, I'm learning that if you wait until things are perfect, you might wait forever. Here's a post to just get me going. I do love to read blogs, so I am sharing a few of my favorite posts as of late. And just because every blog post needs a picture, here I am with New York Times bestselling author Lisa…Read more …

Hello Friends and Family

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