Monthly Archives: July 2015

We’re depending on you

Originally posted on Present Tense:
What the HELL is going on in the world? What is wrong with people? We could turn those phrases into a drinking game this week and we’d all be drunker than skunks if you took…

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Downsizing Once Again

It poses to be a rainy weekend here in the Portland Oregon region and I am actually pretty happy about that. With all of the plans to make this big move to Florida there is much that needs to start … Continue reading

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10 tips for eating sustainably

Originally posted on Jessica's Wanderlust:
Here are a few tips on how to reduce your impact on our planet 3-5 times a day just by stuffing your face with deliciousness. 1. Buy Organic. Organic food is higher in nutrients,…

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Back in the Groove with Low Blood Sugar

I feel as though I am finally back to where I am supposed to be at with a glucose reading of 78 this morning. As I did extremely well with my diet yesterday and simply walked 30 minutes in the … Continue reading

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Good Times and Bad Times

Life is just about what you make of it. We have good times and we have bad times and it always seems that it is the bad times we love to talk about, but over time it is always the … Continue reading

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Letting Loose

So I had every intention of working out this morning but instead find myself here with a slight hangover this morning. Yes my friends, I did it again and it was really fun. Sharon met a few friends from her … Continue reading

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Living a more Simply Life

Originally posted on The Minimalist Journey:
Many people long for a simple life away from all the chaos that seems self-inflicted. The first step to embracing this new form of lifestyle is to understand what simplicity means to you and…

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Thoughts on the Simple Life

Once we get to the point in our lives where we totally feel overwhelmed with our current ways of living and get to a breaking point where we ask that question, “Shouldn’t life be simple”? we start to evaluate all … Continue reading

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My Medicine, “Locally Grown Vegetables”

It was a total surprise to me that my high glucose numbers dropped so low this morning. It may be a sign that I am finally getting better and winning the war on this foreign invader that has been living … Continue reading

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What happens to the carbs – part II

Originally posted on Dr. Malcolm Kendrick:
My interest in nutrition began many years ago as part of my over-riding interest in cardiovascular disease. This means that, unlike many other people, I backed into this area with no great interest in…

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