One of the most common questions I get from readers is "Where Do I Start"? They may know they want to make some changes but they really have no idea where to begin and that is perfectly normal. It can be daunting when you decide that you want to make your home healthier and greener, especially if all this is new to you. Most of us have time constraints and money constraints so that has to be considered as well. No matter which way you slice it though the easiest way to get started is to just … [Read more...]
Money Secrets of the Amish
At the library recently I picked up Money Secrets of the Amish: Finding True Abundance in Simplicity, Sharing, and Saving. It sounded like a perfect fit for me. I am fascinated by the Amish, who live very near to me, and I am a big fan of simple living. I have also recently delved into the world of scrimping and saving, something totally new to me actually. We have lived comfortably for years and without a budget of any kind, but we have also lived pretty much paycheck to paycheck. We have been … [Read more...]
Did You See Eli Stone?!
Granted...this sounds like a bizarre topic for this blog...but did you happen to catch the premiere episode of the new TV show Eli Stone? I was anticipating the show ever since I heard a few weeks back that the pilot episode would be addressing a topic I have discussed here several times...the vaccine/autism connection. I was so happy to find out that a major network television station was going to be brave enough to trounce vaccine manufacturers in their fictional courts. I was also hopping mad … [Read more...]