Posted by Angela Tague, guest blogger Going gluten free requires more effort than skipping the basket of dinner rolls at your favorite restaurant. This common protein is found in several grains—including wheat, barley, rye, and triticale—according to Mayo Clinic. So for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities, the only course of action is a [...]
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Posted by Karen Lac, guest blogger One of the most important, and possibly most confusing, decisions you’ll make as a parent is what kind of diapers to use. Although many opt for disposable diapers, there are other types that can save you money while going easy on the environment. Here are the pros and cons [...]
Posted by Steve Auger, guest blogger Year after year, people flock to yoga as part of their regular routine. Yoga offers a plethora of benefits, from improved moods and relieving stress to sharpening focus and relieving pain from rheumatoid arthritis. As with traditional exercise, it can be practiced through a variety of methods. Here’s a look [...]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger Chances are, you have access to farm fresh eggs. Whether it’s neighbors, friends, farmers markets, roadside stands, or local farms, many people are getting this breakfast staple straight from the producer. But are eggs really better this way, or is it a lot of hype? Farm Fresh or Bust A [...]
Posted by Sher Warkentin, guest blogger Outdoor activities in the summer bring you closer to nature, but also to mosquitoes, ticks, and other hungry insects. Sprays are often the best way to deter bug bites, but you may be concerned about exposing your children to harsh chemicals. Luckily, natural bug repellent comprises a number of easy [...]
Posted by Kristin Lesney-Ruiz, Our Ordinary Life Now that our toddler is getting older she’s practically running the show. Everything is about independence and she thinks she can do it all herself! It’s important that we as parents allow her to grow and experience things on her own. Allowing our toddler to learn new things and [...]
Posted by Lindsey G., So Easy Being Green If you were around Twitter last Tuesday night you probably saw some great tweets being shared. That’s because we were chatting just how #GreenMatters and sharing some great going green tips for the Summer! I had an absolute blast sharing my top 5 tips and most importantly learned [...]
Posted by Danyelle C. Overbo, guest blogger Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or a beginner, yoga exercises must be done with caution when you have a sports injury. Thankfully, you don’t have to stop doing yoga altogether. In fact, some yoga poses are good for strengthening key areas of your body to help the healing [...]
Posted by Bethany Johnson, guest blogger The purpose of the local food movement is to close the gap between you and your food source. This means buying local, in-season food and finding ways to learn about the local farm that produces it. But after you visit your local farms and shake hands with some farmers, you [...]
Posted by Rebecca Desfosse, guest blogger Not drinking enough water before an intense exercise session like yoga (especially hot yoga) can put you on the path to dehydration. Staying hydrated is important any time of the day, but even more so when working out. Drinking plenty of fluids can increase your endurance throughout your session, but [...]