Crispy Crickets for Dinner?

When a serious health crisis hits, we are suddenly faced with the need to make significant lifestyle changes in order to get well. If the stakes are high enough, we’ll be very motivated to make those changes, even if they include radical changes to our diet. For some, giving up our favorite foods is a…

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Cancer Healing Tips Worth Reading

When it comes to cancer, most people don’t know that when a tumor is big enough to be detected, it has taken 10-12 years to get there! That means cancer been has been growing in your body for that long, only now it’s suddenly showing. So, when oncologists want to rush you into surgery right…

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Hidden Dangers of Canola Oil

Canola oil been touted as a versatile and healthy alternative for cooking and use in everything from salad dressings, to baking, to fried foods, but when you hear the truth about its dangers to your health, you may change your mind. Unlike olive, sunflower or soy, there is no such thing as a canola plant….

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Your 2017 Balance of Healthy Habits

According the the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal “Wellness is a conscious, deliberate process that requires a person to become aware of and make choices for a more satisfying lifestyle.” This clear and concise definition highlights how improving our health begins first with a decision in our minds. Then, we must make and implement specific steps that…

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Keep It Simple This New Year

We made it through the holidays! It’s a new year! Are you now bombarded with messaging everywhere urging you to declare what life-changing goals you are going to pursue? Are you feeling guilted into to at least pretending to sound like an achiever even if you don’t feel like one? Here’s my advice: Take a…

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Comfort During Christmas

In this broken world, Christmas is not always a time of joy, celebration and togetherness. The holiday can painfully highlight the dysfunction in our families, accentuate the struggle of those who are sick and suffering, or remind us of the loved ones we have lost. Despite our best efforts to embrace the beauty and spirit of…

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Christmas Blessings

This has been a tumultuous year for our country and the world. Christmas invites us to pause, catch our breath and reflect on what’s important. More than opening presents, it is a season when we open our hearts to remember the One who stepped out of Heaven and into time to show us the way…

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Our Kitchen Remodel

My kitchen remodel has begun! As I sit here writing this, there is hammering above my head while the workmen dismantle my cupboards and tile counters. It’s loud and noisy and my four cats are not amused. Two are hiding in my closet, one is in with me, scowling, and the fourth is in the…

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