10 Steps to Solve Any Problem

by Rhonda Wylie on October 2, 2014

We all have problems from time to time, right? Some are little problems and some are big problems. Well, how many of you go about trying to solve your problems in a methodical and logical way? Perhaps you are one of those people who throws your hands into the air and makes a mountain out of a […]


Sweet Potato Chili

by Krista Davis on September 20, 2014

I’m always looking for ways of adding more vegetables into our diet, this one-dish sweet potato chili is an easy way of doing that. Ingredients: 1 lb. ground turkey 1 medium white onion, chopped 3 large garlic cloves, minced Salt and pepper to taste 10 oz can diced tomatoes and chilies (I like Hot Rotel […]


Whole Wheat Cinnamon Banana Bread

by Krista Davis September 15, 2014

  I needed a way of increasing my whole wheat consumption without adding sugar to my diet; solution, Whole Wheat Cinnamon Banana Bread. This bread is moist, packed with a cinnamon sugar (stevia) flavor, and easy to make. I have created two recipes for this bread, one that is 100% organic whole wheat with no […]

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Peanut Butter and Honey Protein Bars

by Krista Davis August 3, 2014

    These homemade Peanut Butter and Honey Protein Bars are perfect for me. I needed a way of helping me get the 100g of protein a day my midwife wants me to eat while pregnant. The protein bars at the store are filled with a lot of preservatives and ingredients I don’t feel comfortable […]

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10 Tips to Overcome Procrastination

by Rhonda Wylie July 28, 2014

Procrastination is not something most of us strive for when trying to accomplish goals or daily tasks, yet most of us have been guilty of it at some time or another. In my life, it seems to be a recurring theme. Over the past few years, I have found that procrastination was a luxury I […]

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Homemade Cinnamon Mouthwash

by Rhonda Wylie June 13, 2014

A while back I took the plunge into the world of homemade mouthwashes. I was searching for a way to go all natural, while still addressing my issues with my periodontal and autoimmune disease. I did quite a bit of research and came up with a combination of ingredients I thought might work for me. […]

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Easy Mexican Cornbread

by Rhonda Wylie June 10, 2014

Cornbread is a tradition in the south, especially with a good pot of homemade pinto beans. Okay, so it may not be the most healthy food, but it’s SO GOOD! Today I wanted to share with you one of my family’s favorites – Mexican Cornbread. It is a different twist on the traditional yellow cornbread […]

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Strawberry Iced Tea

by Rhonda Wylie April 30, 2014

Spring is here. It is that time of year when flowers are blooming and grass is turning green. It is also the time of year when everyone is outside mowing their yards, trimming trees and shrubs, and gardening. In the south, we have another tradition – that is sipping on a cold, refreshing glass of […]

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I’m Pregnant!

by Krista Davis April 20, 2014

I am pregnant!!! My husband and I have been planning to have a child for 2 years now and trying to conceive since the beginning of this year and it paid off. We found out I was 14 days pregnant on April 16, 2014.  We can’t wait for the journey ahead of us. Our goals […]

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A Year Without Shampoo: What You Should Know Before You Start No Poo

by Krista Davis April 14, 2014

Before No Poo, despite trying a variety of shampoos and conditioners, including expensive “all natural” brands you find in salons and on TV, my hair was always thin, oily, and filled with tangles. Due to my hair problems, it is typically chin length or shorter. I decided to grow my hair to donate to Locks […]

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