Monthly Archives: July 2012

Local Photographer Helps Launch Kickstarter Campaign

My ideal photographer scenario is to work with projects that resonate with me and create images that tell story.  This came to life and launch yesterday thanks to something called Kickstarter.   Are you familiar with Kickstarter?  I know I … Continue reading

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Natural Digestive Issue Solutions

Your summer travel tummy ache solutions could include these medicinal herbs: Acidopholus/ Bifidus: Travelers diarrhea is more common than one might think – This particular brand guarantees half a BILLION live beneficial bacteria directly to the small intestine. A balance … Continue reading

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Manufacturing Your Own Food

This post is for Green Moms Carnival hosted by Abbie over at Farmers Daughter.   The topic this month is Food Independence. I’ve never bought into buying ready made food.  Boxed this, frozen that, spaghetti sauce in a jar.  ick. … Continue reading

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Collage – Simple Summer Activity

today’s super too hot you’ve got to be kidding it’s 103 outside today day,  found my daughter and I doing a simple inside summer activity.   Collaging, inspired by the writings of Julie Cameron and Artists Way,  is something we’ve done, she and … Continue reading

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Russian Cold Vegetable Soup – Kefir Okroshka

The folks I cook for have been requesting cold soup. This one, sourced from this month’s Vegetarian Times,   was delightful and very refreshing. When it’s this hot ( expected 103 today ) I personally don’t feel particularly hungry but … Continue reading

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