Wellness

3 Reasons I Ditched My Antidepressant & What I Use Instead

For a good-long time I was embarrassed to share with others that I took a pill for anxiety and depression ...
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To Welcome Failure with Open Arms

I don’t like excuses. I just can’t stand them. So, I won’t feed you any. Simply put…I failed. My plans ...
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Herbs for a Better Night’s Sleep

Today it is rather common to have difficulty falling or staying asleep. Our world focuses on perfectionism and obtaining quick ...
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Yoga Benefits for the Farm Life (Or Any Life!)

Today 36.7 million adults in the US practice yoga, and it's a beautiful thing. In 2012 I took my first ...
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Developing Curiosity for a More Creative Life

While pulling weeds alongside a rather inquisitive 4½ year old, I was struck by my own obliviousness to the world ...
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3 Reasons I Ditched My Antidepressant & What I Use Instead

For a good-long time I was embarrassed to share with others that I took a pill for anxiety and depression ...
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Liebster Award

Earlier this week I received a message from Jennifer over at the blog Oscoey. She had been nominated for the ...
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Staying Positive in a Negative World

Lately, I’ve been asking myself how anyone can keep a positive outlook in today’s world. I’ll admit, this off-grid, homesteading ...
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A Newbie Homesteader’s Take on Why She Homesteads

In 2017 I have more choices than ever on how I’d like my life to look. I’ve been gifted a ...
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Learning Imperfection on the Homestead

Homesteading is messy. It’s been late nights and early mornings. Its heavy lifting and deep digging. It can be inconsistent ...
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Sharing Stories

Stories are often written to help us make sense of the world. Today, I'm telling a story of how things ...
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Being Present: No More Waiting

One month ago, I was expressing excitement for our new baby chicks to arrive. “I just can’t wait!” Today, I’m ...
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Homesteading-A Place for Everyone

Upon finding a spider crawling up the bathroom wall, I neither scream nor reach for a shoe. (Both reactions have ...
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