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How to Survive the ApocEclypse: The Adult Guide

This was a week for the history books. First, it was cloudy and it rained every single day this week, which is highly unusual for us here in the desert, and second, I was trapped in my house with a toddler and a cantankerous 8 year old. Then when it finally cleared for 2 seconds… read more

The Day My Daugher Skipped Out on the Fun to Go to a Funeral.

“Mom, it’s the funeral tomorrow. I want to go.” She said, as she handed me and her dad a piece of paper with the number on it to call Elly’s father. It was late and we had just come home from her annual school program which she had already missed gymnastics for, and I mean… read more

21 Days of Raw. (The Results!)

This weekend marked 21 days that I have been completely 100% RAW, caffeine and sugar free and I must say I feel better than ever! I feel lighter and brighter somehow and I totally hate to say it but I think I have more energy than when I was guzzling coffee all day. This wheat… read more

Hippocrates: Week 2

My second week at Hippocrates was quite different from the first in that it was not nearly as busy and full as the first. I felt like I could finally settle in and find a routine that worked for me. I didn’t try to go to all the lectures like I did the first week… read more

This is Our “Yes”

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In Her Eyes

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Hippocrates: Week 1

So far, my first week at Hippocrates did not disappoint. I’ve met some of the most inspiring and amazing people and found a new level of health I had been wanting and looking for. When I first got here last Sunday I was immediately intrigued with all the natural beauty that is abundant here. The… read more

Grieving the Unborn. Six Years Later.

It’s been 6 years and I still think about the baby we lost and what she would bring to our family today. Would she be starting school this year? Would she be best of friends with our other daughter? And would she be into bows and curls and ‘girly’ things or climbing trees and riding… read more

Tulum. (A Long-Awaited Travel Blog)

I wasn’t planning on writing about our trip to Mexico last fall, lord knows I’ve had so many more urgent and important issues to address like adoption and women’s marches and the insanity of 2016, that writing a travel blog felt a bit leisure and lacking to put out there at the time. Nevertheless, it… read more