As a homeschooling mother of 4 children all born by c-section within 4 years and 2 months, I love helping others find out more about what to expect with a c-section, as well as cloth diapering and homeschooling. There is a need for positive c-section informati
A blog that discusses what it means to have celiac disease, Adventures in Living Gluten-Free covers all aspects of following a gluten-free lifestyle. It presents information, personal narratives, product recommendations and more. Other food intolerances and allergies also are explored in depth....more
This blog follows my crazy life as a SAHM mom to 4 kids ages 5, 3, 2 and 1. I cover all of our life's ups and downs with 100% honesty, I do not hold back or sugar coat anything. I write about our journey through the shift to real and natural foods, babyhood, toddlerhood, breastfeeding, adoption, gentle parenting, co-sleeping, cloth diapering, green living and every random moment inbetween....more
Adventures of a Pagan Parent is my journey through life as a disabled pagan mother living in the Bible Belt.
It is also my place to talk about and vent about things that important to me.
There are not many things I won’t touch on at one point or another, so stay tuned for opinion pieces and research based pieces.
I am an aspiring writer, a Pagan columnist, and a student of Sociology. I plan on being an IBCLC after getting my Bachelors of Social Work....more
The Trailer Park Homestead
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I'm talkin' hardcore thrifty, as in I avoid stores as much as possible and "use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without"...or grow or make my own. This isn't the "oh I'm going to clip a few coupons and buy things at sales" kind of thrifty.
The blog focuses on the day to day dealings of my trailer park homestead and living well and cheap, including topics such as gardening, cooking, do-it-yourself, making your own products, and living a simple life
Hi! I'm a 25 year old girl from Virginia living in Scotland with my husband who is half-Scottish, half-Irish, but grew up in Egypt! I've lived here for three years. In this blog, I write about a little of everything like food, product and restuarant reviews, exercise (30 Shred tried and completed!), travel around Scotland, Europe, and the USA, books, and anything else that pops into my head! I currently work in a school as a learning assistant, but I'm going to be high school history teacher eventually. Come have a look and say hello!
I am a young woman with rheumatoid arthritis living and working in Mexico. I graduated from the University of Kansas in 2007 and like every young person looked forward to what i saw as an ideal future. However, when my disease came out of remission in late 2006, my life took a totally different direction. In place of the impressive job and swanky apartment I wanted, I ended up unable to work and living with my parents. I traded in my beloved nightly martini for cocktails of drugs....more
Life, love, and the pursuit of adventure. They are the guidelines followed by Megan and her trusty sidekick (her bike) Mona. After waving goodbye to her career in the United States, she now travels and works in New Zealand (for the time being of course). Who knows what adventure she will embark on next!...more