Monthly Archives: October 2008

My Halloween Cat

My beautiful Cleo is a black cat. She’s absolutely everything Halloween. She’s been with me since 1996 when we adopted her from a neighbor.  As the story goes she lives in our bathroom.  One might ask why.  Our bathroom is spacious.  It’s lovely actually and … Continue reading

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Breaking The Sugar Habit

Breaking the Sugar Habita huge thank you for nutritionist Barb Lagoni for this wonderful information One of the biggest challenges of eating healthy is removing simple carbohydrates,sugars and empty-calorie snacks from our diet. Sweets, snacks, chips, pasta, crackers, pretzels, potatoes, rice, soda … Continue reading

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Dangers of Sugar

What is the history of sugar consumption?  1900 – 10 lbs per capita 1985 – 124 lbs 2000 – 160 lbs What happens to our immune systems at the holidays?  Like from Halloween through Christmas?  Can you say candy – … Continue reading

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Greenfully Grateful

This is my entry for this month’s Green Moms Carnival. The theme is about gratitude and the three green things that you absolutely love the most. Look for the entire gathering of gratitude posts next Monday. Hosted by none other … Continue reading

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146 Reasons Why Sugar Is Ruining Your Health

Tis the season of sugar-centric holidays.  I advise eating it in moderation.  146 Reasons Why Sugar is Ruining Your Health Just a “short list” of ways sugar can affect your well being. Sugar can suppress the immune system. Sugar can … Continue reading

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Autumn Sky

Breathtaking View While On A Sunday Drive.

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Book Review :: Green Goes With Everything

I have been trying to read a novel since the latter part of summer.  Usually I read a few during summer and I did, but once back to school time hit this one has been neglected. I find I am reading way more … Continue reading

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