How The Glad Game is Saving My Life Right Now - R&H main

How The Glad Game is Saving My Life Right Now

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe via Email or.RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! I’m a total, unapologetic optimist. Of course, I’m an INFP, so that’s not totally surprising. It drives my ESFJ husband nuts sometimes, but I’m confident he’ll come around eventually. (<– see what I did there? #optimism.) Pollyanna was a favourite movie… 

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Sourdough Cinnamon Monkey Bread

By Contributing Writer, Faith Watson This recipe was born out of my love for sourdough and my love for cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. Last year, I made a sourdough cheese bubble bread for Easter dinner. A-ma-zing! For this past Christmas, I wanted to experiment with a type of pull-apart monkey bread in the same style… 

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Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Smoothie

I partnered with Friendship Dairies today to bring you this awesome smoothie recipe. I don’t think you can go wrong with a purple smoothie. The vibrant colors of this smoothie are second-best only to the flavor! You all know that I’m a serious fan of simple, easy, real food options. But they need to taste good, too…. 

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The Power of Massage for Adrenal Fatigue Recovery

I always knew I loved a good massage (don’t we all?!), but my adoration grew by leaps and bounds when I realized the incredible impact of massage on the adrenal fatigue recovery process. While researching this issue recently, I realized my golden opportunity to get my hubs the best Valentine’s Day gift ever. You see – he… 

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How to Help a Loved One through a Miscarriage

Contributed by Andrea Vandiver Warning: this post may cause some emotional distress for women who have experienced the loss of a baby or who are currently pregnant.  The bleeding started on December 23rd. It wasn’t much so I wasn’t too concerned, but after a full day and no sign of it stopping, I called my… 

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Hello Weekend

Hello, weekending friends! I’ve been going to bed on time for a month now and it feels absolutely AMAZING. I wrote about how I finally conquered my Butt-on-Couch Inertia, and issued a challenge to my fellow BCI sufferers. The 21-day Go-to-Bed Challenge has been live for a few weeks now, and people in the private… 

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10 Ways to Sneak More Fruits and Veggies into Your Day - R&H main

10+ Ways to Sneak More Fruits and Veggies Into Your Day

  By contributing writer, Alexandra Maul Hey, friends! Instead of a recipe this month, I thought I’d share some tips that I use to sneak in more fruit and veggie servings each day. Although I’m a big fan of getting back to basics eating-wise at any time of the year, January is a great time for… 

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5 Reasons Why We Chose to Do the Whole30

Our family’s history of figuring our food sensitivities, gut health (or lack thereof), and food philosophy has had a long and bumpy road. There are several reasons for this, not least of which is that the last six years were fraught with high levels of stress thanks to living on a low income, frequent moves (for a… 

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How Our Family of 5 Lives in 800SqFt and Loves It - R&H main

How Our Family of 5 Lives in 800 Square Feet and Loves It

By contributing writer, Erin Long Have you ever walked through the IKEA showroom and wandered around the displays that boast “Our Family in an Impossibly Tiny Space” and wondered how, as cute and efficient as it might be, people could ever actually live in small spaces like that? Small space living may be lauded, but is it worth it?… 

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