Category Archives: Health + Home Remedies
No, I’m not closing down the blog.
Despite the fact that I haven’t been here in…oh…say…over a month! Life got the best of me this spring – getting in the garden (which still isn’t done!), finishing up our homeschool year, trips to the park (now that the Polar Vortex is behind us), and all of this seasoned with the worst morning sickness ever put me in bed most nights by 9 or 10 – and for me – that’s early!… Read the rest
A guest post by Lucy Kesler, Inn Keeper at The Olde Buffalo Inn B+B, originally published in October of 2012
“Let food be thy medicine,
and medicine be thy food”
There was a frost warning out earlier this week for northern Indiana and I’m wearing jeans and socks.… Read the rest
I just…wow. I can’t even…just wow.
I really hadn’t planned on blogging about this – ever, really – but after reading and reviewing Meagan’s AMAZING new book Treating Fevers Naturally, I HAVE to share. Maybe someday, when I’m farther removed and he’s older, and I feel like I can breathe when I talk about it, I’ll do a longer post on the topic of febrile seizures, but I’m not there yet…
Last April, my 2 year old stopped breathing and collapsed in my arms, he turned purple, his body shook, and he passed out.… Read the rest
I dug this post our of last years’ archives!! Things have been busy around these here parts, and the holidays are quickly approaching! These are great tips for easy items to take on the road, but you can also take them BEFORE you pack up the littles to head to Grandma’s house!… Read the rest
Well, so far this summer, we have only gone through about half of my box of band-aids, which come in packs of 60. It’s the middle of June. We’re actually beating last years’ average and thankfully we’ve only had 5 skinned knees, 2 smashed fingers, 0 bee stings (phew!), no sun burns and only a few minor lacerations, bruises and tumbles which are due mostly to growing pains and dyspraxia (that’s the nice way to say “clumsiness”) so far this summer.… Read the rest
For YEARS I spent the winters suffering with dry and cracked hands, to the point where they would bleed (I know. great visual for a Monday morning, but lets start this week off with a bit of honest reality!). I’d slather them with lotions and creams, which stung like the dickens, and they’d soften up and feel a little better – until I washed my hands, did the dishes, or made dinner. … Read the rest