Tag Archive for 'real food'

Since Baby A is still keeping me up all night, my amazing husband takes her at 6 a.m., and singlehandedly cares for her, while prepping the big kids for school.  He then drives the big kids to school on his way to work. He does it all with grace and kindness, and his only complaint […]

Explore More : April 12th

No intro today … too much to share! I think my hubby thought I was off my rocker when we had kids and I would nag him about what our baby’s bowel movements looked like.  Now, he knows to report without me even asking.  Your BMs have so much to say about your health!  Get […]

Explore More : March 8th

Happy birthday to lots of friends and happy anniversary to my sister and her hubby! Now, on to business … Want to get started on the path towards “real food,” but overwhelmed at biting off too much too soon?  I love this post, because it’s all about making the journey yours. I hope that The […]

(Apologies, of course, if you are a professional model or a professional athlete.  If you are, you can stop reading here.) I have two things I want you guys to read and think about today.  The first is pulled from a transcript of The Paleo Solution Podcast, number 167.  A listener asked Robb Wolf and […]

If you haven’t ever run a blog or website you may not know this, but I can see what links get clicked and how often they are clicked.  My analytics don’t tell me “Mary clicked on your link,” but I can see the number of times my readers click out. When it comes to Explore […]

Sorry for the delay in getting this out.  Until the kiddos are back in school, it will be a little crazy around here!  But I have so much to share I didn’t want to skip this installment of Explore More.  So, here goes! Feeling the post-holiday “ohmygod I ate so much I need to go […]

I am the meal planner and cook probably 90% of our family’s meals.  So, by and large, our family eats the way that I eat.  Every so often I will prepare some white rice for the kids and my husband, but other than that our meals consist of veggies, animal protein, hefty doses of fat, […]

Real Food for Real Life

One of the biggest obstacles to eating real food, well-prepared is time.  I find that it’s a little easier to manage in the summer when we have loads of bright, fresh veggies at our fingertips.  We can just toss them together for a salad, skewer them for some kabobs, or cut them up and eat […]