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April 28, 2013 |

A couple years ago my friend Laura was speaking to our MOPs group about the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families (which, by the way, is the benefiting organization for this year’s Listen to Your Mother Northwest Arkansas show) when … Read More

That’s Soy Controversial!

May 28, 2012 | | 10 Comments

When I did my post about the P. Allen Smith Bean2Blog event I kept it pretty mild because I tend to go to the crazy place with food, especially soy. It’s that crazy little piece of food that seems to … Read More

As Report Reveals Toxic Ingredients in Baby Shampoo, Johnson & Johnson Goes Public with Plans to Clean Up Products – Forbes

November 3, 2011 |

“Nothing says we need tighter chemical regulation than toxic baby shampoo.” – Forbes
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Green Halloween: National Costume Swap Day Oct. 8

September 29, 2011 |

An organization called Green Halloween is helping thousands of people come together on October 8th to swap costumes. Read More

ChopChop is FunFun: Healthy Magazine Makes Kids’ Meals Cool

September 12, 2011 | | 3 Comments

This spring I discovered an amazing magazine just for kids that’s all about healthy eating and activities. It’s a little advanced for my punkin’ but it will come in handy down the road. For those of you who have school-aged kids it’s worth checking out.Read More

First World Problems

August 12, 2011 | | 6 Comments
First world problems: Mustard yellow and grey bathroom

Am I going to like mustard yellow long enough to buy curtains or is this just a fall 2011 thing?

At the beginning of summer we made a decision to turn off the news because Read More

Garden Update

June 20, 2011 | | One Comment

At Baby Bookworms (or as Charlie calls it: Baby Worms) a friend who reads my blog asked about the garden and it occurred to me that I haven’t updated in a while.

Here’s a photo tour of the vegetable gardens … Read More

Gardening on the Brain & the Budget; How We Built Two Raised-Bed Gardens for Practically Free

May 2, 2011 | | 16 Comments

P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Retreat

Ever since I was so graciously invited to P. Allen (just Allen to those in the know) Smith’s Moss Mountain retreat I have had gardening on the brain.

Y’all know my focus right now is supposed to be on our family finances, not on perfecting the family garden. However, I’ve figured out how to incorporate the latter right into the former. Woot!

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Food Panic. PANIC!

March 8, 2011 | | 7 Comments

Anyway, I’m still trying to digest everything I’ve seen, heard, read re: the fact that EVERYTHING I’VE BELIEVED ABOUT FOOD & DIET IS A LIE!Read More

Now What?

June 22, 2010 | | 2 Comments

I planted a garden and grew these. Now what the hell do I do with them?

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