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Cultivated Wellbeing
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wellbeing, whole-body wellness, cooking, food as medicine, gardening, homesteading, DIY projects, personal fulfillment, climbing, paleo, holistic health
wellbeing, whole-body wellness, cooking, food as medicine, gardening, homesteading, DIY projects, personal fulfillment, climbing, paleo, holistic health

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Last August, Loren and I drove the Ring Road exploring the wonders of Iceland for 9 days. We enjoyed amazing food (mostly food we cooked on a single burner camping stove at campgrounds and stops along the way) and gazed upon some of the most spectacular…

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I’m officially on day 2 of my new life of “funemployment,” and the first recipe I’m going to share is nothing short of a celebration. That’s right folks, it’s chocolate time. You may have noticed an increase in references to #sibo on the old IG account…

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With the influx of veggie juices hitting the grocery store refrigerated section, including the likes of Coca Cola-owned Odwala and PepsiCo-owned Naked Juice, you’d think that we were all on the road to hippie land and better health. Both of these…

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I have no idea what came over me when I made the decision to make soup on what was likely the hottest day so far in 2017 (last week). But for some reason, I felt inspired to invent a new version of potato leek soup using the sweet potatoes sitting on my…

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We could all use a few tips from time to time on how to eat more veggies every day. Conventional wisdom tells us that we need to eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables, but I’d like to shake it up a tiny bit. I think we should tweak this advice to…

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Tropical Coconut Chicken - Bringing Home Aloha One Bite at a Time

It’s been about two weeks since I returned home from 10 days in Hawaii, and I’m happy to report that I’ve managed to completely avoid the usual “post-vacation blues” that I sometimes get after a long break. This trip was absolute perfection, and I’ve…

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I’ll start off by saying that this post is about bone broth, but I feel like I need to acknowledge some things about my post from last Tuesday first.  So last week I took a big risk by sharing that things over in CWB land haven’t been going so great. As a…

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I have a confession to make. I haven’t been holding up my end of the wellbeing bargain. For the last year and a half or so, things in my corner of the world have been BANANAS, and I’ve let all the frenzy and urgency inch out some of what’s most important…

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Every once in a while I have a stroke of inspiration in the form of an amazing salad — and an amazing salad dressing to go right along with it. It might sound weird that I find inspiration in a bowl of lettuce, but my passion for creating great salad…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder - Why am I Sad in the Winter?

Many of us (myself included) struggle to adjust to a loss of day light after we “fall back” into Standard Time for the fall and winter. Leaving work in the dark, getting less time outside in the sun, and feeling rushed in the evenings can all contribute…
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