Okay so it is still National Poetry Writing Month and I fell off of the “poem-a-day” wagon a while ago. But on another note, I have found some wonderful links that may help you as you strive to be healthy this month. Check them out below (maybe this should be a weekly feature? Leave me a comment and let me know!):
4 Ways to Simplify Your Life As A Stay-At-Home Mom: This is a post from blogger Kimberlee. She has a wonderful site for mothers, or anyone who wants to expand in their journey as part of the village that it takes to raise our children. This post was right on time for me!
Thrive in 30: Lesson 6: In this lesson from his health series, Brendan Brazier shares a wealth of knowledge on what he calls “Superfoods: Nutritional Over-Achievers and How to Harness Them”. I highly recommend this article, as it gives simple straightforward information on what to use, and why, along with the effects the foods have on our bodies. Also check out his book “Thrive: The Vegan Nutrition Guide to Optimal Performance in Sports and Life” As a vegan, it will cut through some of the confusion with what you should be eating for proper nutrition.
Navitas Naturals Maca Recipes: Here’s what to do with that maca, once you realize you need it to rebalance your adrenals that have been fatigued! I personally have only ventured into making smoothies with the maca (sometimes with sea moss), but this link has some yummy recipes that all include maca. Enjoy!
Common Laundry Disinfectants: Mona, co-founder of Eco Nuts really goes in depth in this article on the various laundry additives (natural and chemical) that can be used for disinfecting laundry. This is essential information for anyone who has children, uses cloth diapers, or currently has or has had a yeast infection. So many times we focus on the look, smell, and feel of “clean” laundry, without realizing it may still contain harmful bacteria, yeast & yeast spores, or assorted germy boogeymen that can give our immune system unnecessary & recurring battles! This site also is a retailer of “soap nuts”, a plant/seed that produces natural laundry detergent.
I pray this info has been helpful. Leave a comment below and let me know which sites were your faves 🙂