Have you heard that breakfast is important? Do you take the time to eat it? I usually am not good for skipping any meal and neither are the kids, so breakfast is something we definitely do. Having some quick, fun and healthy options ready for breakfast can make for smoother mornings. Having regular bed […]
Adding seeds and nuts to your recipes, like my Choco-Coconut Power Bites, gives added minerals and protein. You want your body to be able to digest seeds and nuts as easily as possible, and soaking can really help. This is how I started soaking nuts, seeds, beans and some grains a few years ago. Soaking Nuts for better […]
For many of us there are days when you feel as if you just must have Chocolate! Here is a chocolate treat I started making for myself when I started a sugar restricted diet to combat an auto-immune candida problem. One of the other things I had to remove temporarily was good old wheat. Bread making isn’t […]
Making it at Home as affordably as possible: Kitchen gadgets and tools can be so pricey, but so necessary to helping you make your more affordable and healthier meals. This can be essential when trying to eat with dietary restrictions. In attempts to heal an autoimmune, I’ve had to try a Low FODMAP diet […]
Have you heard some of the buzz words of “gut health” and “probiotics”? Well there’s good reason to be thinking of your gut health, that is the biggest portion of your immune system. The balance of good bacteria in your digestive system is how you able to not only fight infections, but also absorb the nutrients needed […]
Keeping it Clean Laundry, we all have to do it, some more often than others. With a family of seven it’s being done just about every day. Thankfully, three of our oldest children that are 13 years or older do their own. We have a schedule so the kids know when I’ll be using the […]
Quiet Morning Bible Time All while growing up mornings were hard for me to get going even when working in Chicago where getting on the expressway by 6 A.M. could make a commute 40 minutes shorter. Then when having nursing babies, mornings felt like the worst. Reading His Word at night was what worked.
What is your vision for the school year? As a home school family we get to choose our school starting date, which I haven’t exactly nailed down yet. Last year we started after Labor Day, but this year we’ll start in August since we’ll be taking a vacation at the end of September when there’s […]