This is an open letter to all physicians who feel the need to drop patients for non-compliance — refusing tests, procedures, …View
When your family gets a cold, especially kids, something like Vapo-Rub can be just what you need to help everyone …View
About a year ago, I shared Rebekah’s Story with you. But at that time, we were still in the middle …View
As you know, if you’ve read this blog for any length of time, I live a “weird” lifestyle. You know, eating real food, not vaccinating, extended breastfeeding (yes, my 32-month-old is STILL breastfeeding), homebirthing, etc. Making these kinds of choices invites all kinds of criticism and curiosity, of course. But by far, the excuse/reason I hear the most often from people who are dismissing these “weird” things is:
But we turned out fine!!
I fully expect that this post (even its title!) will be met with incredible disbelief and very strong opinions. Some of you, even now, may be reading this and thinking “How on earth can you not support a cure for cancer or the foundations that promote it?!” Hopefully you’ll understand my position a little better once I’m finished explaining. Some of you may even agree me (and some of you…perhaps begrudgingly!). I feel like this is a really, really important topic, though, so I’m going to write about it.View
Since I wrote my first post on adrenal fatigue a couple weeks ago, it seems like everyone’s talking about it! Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist, wrote a post last week called Six Little Known Signs of Adrenal Fatigue. Other bloggers have posted recipes for foods that can help adrenal fatigue, like Soli @ I Believe in Butter’s Zucchini with Tomatoes. It’s a hot topic right now!View
I’m Kate, mama to 5 and wife to Ben. I love meeting new people and hearing their stories. I’m also a big fan of “fancy” drinks (anything but plain water counts as ‘fancy’ in my world!) and I can’t stop myself from DIY-ing everything. I sure hope you’ll stick around so I can get to know you better!Meet My Family