Monthly Archives: May 2013

Top Tips For Those With Hypothyroidism

Are you hypothyroid and yet still struggle with weight gain and general sluggishness? I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in 2007. I was placed on Levothyroxine, but never quite felt right. I was still tired and my labwork fluctuated so much … Continue reading

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When You Can’t Pull Yourself Up By Your Bootstraps

Life comes in seasons. Seasons of ease and happiness. Seasons of pain. And sometimes they can be mixed-up together so that the tears are a perfect combination of grief and joy. The year 2010 was one of those mixed-up seasons … Continue reading

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Book Review: Just A Minute

President and CEO of Compassion International, Wess Stafford has written a unique book, one of interwoven stories all related around the theme of how “In The Heart Of A Child, One Moment…Can Last Forever”. Each story is told by various … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hunt For The Devil’s Dragon

Hunt For The Devil’s Dragon is a historical fiction story filled with adventure and suspense suitable for ages 7 and up. My 10-year-old son and I have been reading this book together as a way to compliment our homeschool studies … Continue reading

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Less Screen Time…But Then What?

In my post ‘How To Nurture Relationships’, I discussed the negative effects that the overabundance of ‘screen time’ can have on family relationships. I admit that I enjoy having times to myself when I can unwind and zone-out on the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Firsthand

‘firsthand’ is a call for young adults to face their doubts and fears about their faith instead of becoming cynical with religion. Authors (who are also brothers) Ryan and Josh Shook take us on  a journey of their life during … Continue reading

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Goals For May 13-19

The weather is warmer, our homeschool co-op is done for the year and each day is closer to when camp begins, so we are winding-down with school. We are only doing Bible, reading and math now- and unlike others who … Continue reading

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Goals For May 6-May 12

This Week’s Goals: Very simplified as I’m still getting over jet lag from our trip to California last week to visit my first grandson, Alonzo! I’m mostly catching up with household things and beginning new book lists.  Personal/Spiritual- Memorize Matthew 6:33 … Continue reading

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How To Nurture Relationships

Eye contact. What’s the big deal with eye contact? I noticed the lack of eye contact between people this last week while traveling to California to visit my first grandbaby. Walking into the airport, waiting around for our plane to … Continue reading

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