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Are You a Good Steward of Your Talents

BEING A GOOD STEWARD  = ACCOUNTABILITY Accountability is a fundamental part of life. The employed are accountable to the employer. The married to spouse and family. The citizen to society, and all of us are accountable to God. (see Romans … Continue reading

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Finding Joy, Even When Things Go Wrong

YOU CAN FIND YOUR JOY EVEN IN THE MIDST OF TRIALS Oh joy! This morning, I woke to a very cold house! Our heating system had decided to start spewing forth nasty exhaust fumes! So, until we can get someone … Continue reading

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Fresh Vegetable & Ham Strata

  Raising chickens as I do, it’s not uncommon to have eggs on hand – a LOT of eggs! As a result, I am always on the lookout for new recipes so I can use my lovely surplus of eggs! Quite … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Planting Seeds

‘PHIL’ SAYS 6 MORE WEEKS… BUT I’M GETTING READY FOR PLANTING SEEDS Planting seeds… What can I plant in a cold frame or green house? In March… In southern PA? Everyone I know seems to be mad at that famous … Continue reading

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Taking Stock – Keeping Record

DREAMS, JOURNALING AND KEEPING RECORD Keeping record of our flock or our homesteading projects hasn’t exactly been our top priority. Even though I have often been told by fellow chicken farmers that I should, in fact, be keeping record. This … Continue reading

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What’s for Supper?

WHAT’S FOR SUPPER, AND OTHER RANDOM MUSINGS What’s for supper? I wake up with the strangest things on my mind sometimes… After falling asleep in front of the Telly last night, I woke to find mom sitting in her favorite chair, … Continue reading

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Homemade Salmon Cakes

Homemade Salmon Cakes, A Gut Healing Dish Trying to get a handle on eating gut healing foods, I started reading Digestive Health with REAL Foods.* The book starts you out on what is called an ‘Elimination Phase.” The purpose? To … Continue reading

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Commitment: Word for the Day

What Exactly is Commitment? Commitment is defined as “the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.” Yesterday, I once again resolved my commitment to working on my weight loss. Although, I do wonder if I’m crazy … Continue reading

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Weight Loss and Holiday Eating

Is Weight Loss Possible During the Holidays? Weight loss, if I’m truly honest, hasn’t been my key focus with eating. Eating easily digestible, nutrient dense foods to help heal my gut health has. Yet with the Holidays right around the … Continue reading

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How to Make Homemade Chicken Bone Broth

The Benefits of Bone Broth I will never go back to store bought bone broth again! When my digestive health took a nose dive, I started reading Digestive Health with REAL Food * One of the first recipes within its covers is … Continue reading

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