Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mineral Based Makeup: A Review

I strive to be consistent across the board in my pursuit of health.  I seek to eat well and avoid unnatural ingredients in my food.   Also, in everything I come into contact with (so far as I have control over … Continue reading

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5 Favorite Christian Children’s Books

Cover of The Big Picture Story Bible We love to read.  My husband loves to read, I love to read, and Tara loves to read for us to read to her.  I desire for my children to grow up to … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading – 6/11

We are in beautiful Charleston, SC enjoying a surprise vacation that I sprung on my family this week.  We’ve had fun at the beach, spending the better part of today on a pontoon boat with friends, and dare I say … Continue reading

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Beef & Barley Stuffed Peppers

If you are in need of a fabulous meal to serve company, I have one for you!  Every time I’ve prepared this meal, it has been given rave reviews.  I usually at least double the recipe, even if I only … Continue reading

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Budget Planning Guide

Yesterday, I talked about how to eat real food on a budget.  But, there are two key words to making it happen: a budget.  Do you have one?  To my surprise, many married couples do not keep a budget.  With … Continue reading

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Real Food on a Budget – 10 Tips

I certainly don’t have it all figured out when it comes to eating real food on a budget. In fact, in recent months, there have been times when, at the end of the month we have enjoyed rice & beans … Continue reading

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11 Staple Foods You’ll Always Find in My Kitchen

There are several foods that I consider to be staple foods in my kitchen.  I use these daily or almost daily and try never to be without them.  I consider them essentials to our health and daily diet so I … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading

Here’s a few articles and blog posts that caught my attention this week that you might benefit from reading over the weekend in all of your *free time*…Happy weekend!  I hope it’s both productive and restful. Health & Nutrition Dairy … Continue reading

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Summer Salad Recipes

I don’t know about you, but I love, love, LOVE salads in the summer.  There is something about all of the fresh produce that makes them taste so much better!  Not only that, but they make for easy summer meals. 

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A Plan for Freezing Meals

In my post yesterday, I mentioned that there are several meals from my meal plan that I intend to freeze this month.  I love having freezer meals just in case something comes up: someone is sick, someone else needs a … Continue reading

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