Today I’m changing things up a bit and doing something a tad out of the ordinary. I’m getting a bit more personal than I normally do.
A reader recently told me they’d like to see more personal posts so they can get to know me better… posts about my daily life. So here’s the start of something a bit new. We’ll see how it goes and how you like it!
Today’s post is a blog tag, and it’s all about the 20 things you might not know about me. Below I’ll be answering 20 questions that will give you a small glimpse into my life then I’ll be tagging some other bloggers to answer these same questions on their blog.
Fever. It’s something we’ve all experienced.
A fever is a friend and the sign of a healthy immune system. It helps the body by making it an uncomfortable environment for viruses and bacteria to thrive in. But never mind a fever’s good intentions because there are times when it doesn’t feel much like a friend. There are times when a fever can be a scary ordeal, especially if you’re dealing with a small child or it’s uncomfortably high.
Kids come down with coughs for all sorts of reasons. Wouldn’t it be great to have a tasty, effective cough remedy that you could quickly make and have on hand in about an hour? I think so.
Today I’m sharing my recipe for Mint-licious Herbal Cough Syrup. There are tons of great cough syrup recipes in books and on the web, but this one is a favorite of everyone in my family because it tastes good and helps to sooth sore throats and dry, irritating coughs.
Mushrooms are for more than adding to soups and side dishes. They are a food that provides the body not only with nutrients, but also with therapeutic benefits as well.
Modern science is beginning to reveal all the different ways these mushrooms are beneficial to the body. There are mushrooms that destroy viruses, bacteria, and yeast. There are mushrooms that target cancer cells, boost the immune system, and even facilitate nerve regeneration. (Mercola, 2011)
Today I want to share what I’ve found on using mushrooms to help the immune system. Cold and flu season is coming, and if you’re like me, a mama with lots of little ones in the house, you can use all the immune boosting help you can get!
I’m a homeschool mom, and when it comes to teaching my kids things, I’ve found that hands on activities are remembered way more than reading about things in a book… unless it’s a story. Stories are memorable.
I’m also a very busy mom. I have a lot going on, and I recognize that my kids are growing up way too fast. That means it’s important for me to take time for them… to play with them, to listen to them, and to care for them.
I’m also a natural-minded mama that is aware of all the different ways my kids are exposed to toxins in this modern world. Because I’m concerned about their health I choose to go out of my way, spending more time and/or more money, to decrease the toxins in our home.
Elderberry syrup is a staple in most natural homes as fall approaches. This is because elderberries are known to boost the immune system and help the body fight off germs it comes into contact with. It’s great for all ages, and it’s definitely not one of those remedies you have to force your child to take!
Elderberry syrup is a remedy that has been around a long time, and there are many different versions of it. Today I’d like to share mine with you. I call it “The ULTIMATE Immune Boosting Elderberry Syrup” because it’s much more than the standard syrup you’ll find in many books.