Road to Wellness: Shake It Up

I’ve been sharing some of my Road to Wellness story on Facebook, and I decided to share a little more of it here. I’m working on mind/body/spirit, not always in that order, and some days not at all. The self-care part can be a challenge for me, for sure. I’ve been working via Skype with Dr. Read more…

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Pasta Lensi – Pasta Made From Pulses

I cannot tell you how many requests for product reviews I get, y’all. Is gajillions an actual number? That’s what the email-count feels like. Between the blog & curating the gluten-free box at Love With Food, I get a ton.  I don’t post about all of them – in fact, it’s pretty often that I try Read more…

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The Magic of Temple Grandin

Article courtesy: Chrissy, Life with Greyson + Parker The minute she walked out, my throat got tight and I started to cry a silent, tear down your cheek kind of cry. My throat tightens as I type these words and remember the feeling all over again. I didn’t hear a sound in the crowded room except Read more…

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MADE TO MATTER: HANDPICKED BY TARGET

Courtesy, Erica, Celiac and the Beast, get Erica’s Book Tar-jey. Target. The place with everything. I would typically have asked if you are familiar with a brand – but everyone knows about Target. It’s a favorite place for many of us. I, myself, admit to spending a bit more of my budget fairly regularly at Read more…

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Little Light Bulbs

Courtesy: Chrissy, Life with Greyson + Parker We turn Summer over to shake out the very last, most precious golden drops of it. The circle of life makes us dizzy at times. We are born and we die. We Summer and we ‘Back to School’. We “it’s so fricking hot,” and, “I’m over the cold.” Read more…

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Gluten-Free Portland (as if you even need this guide)

Courtesy: April, Gluten Is My Bitch, get April’s Book (it’s hilarious) Just got back from Portland, Oregon. Totally full. In spite of a rocky start wherein I was chasing children and eating whatever landed in front of my face, the rest of my Portland trip was filled with gluten-free goodness. And goodness, and goodness. Lordy, Read more…

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