Monthly Archives: June 2015

Some Sunshine is Good for You and How to Find a Nontoxic Sunscreen

It’s summer and that means time for fun in the sun! I have changed in my thinking about catching sun rays, thanks to this post on heliotherapy. That’s a fancy word for sunbathing. Did you know that : Those who … Continue reading

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Debate on Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton was the first martyr to capitalism? and Thomas Jefferson was a pre-Marxist? I don’t think so, and neither does Tom Woods, but his guest in the above video sure does. I thoroughly enjoyed this debate between Tom Woods … Continue reading

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Was Jesus a Socialist?

Tom Woods of the Tom Woods Show says, “It’s not uncommon to hear it said that Jesus was a socialist and that the early Church practiced socialism. None of this is true, and our guest takes us through all the … Continue reading

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What We’ve Been Reading: 6/23/15

It’s time for another post about what we have been reading! I wish you could have seen my son’s eyes light up when he discovered the above book at the library. This is my son who hates to read, but … Continue reading

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Meal Planning with Katie of wellnessmama.com

Meal planning can help you save a lot of time in the kitchen and a lot of money at the store. In this video Katie of wellnessmama.com walks you through my Wellness Mama Meal Planning System. 

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Book Review and Giveaway: Amazing Hairstyles from Easy to Elegant

If you have ever wanted to improve your hairstyling skills, then this is the book for you! It’s by Becky Porter, the mommy blogger over at babesinhairland.com. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars! It is easy to … Continue reading

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The Best Book about Being a Mom in Poverty

This is such an awesome book about Louisa May Alcott, and an unsung heroine of American history: Abigail May Alcott, Louisa’s mother. I finished reading it last week and now I am sad it’s over. It’s probably one of the … Continue reading

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