Heather Sanders

Living, Loving and Learning – Wrapped In God's Grace

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Whole30: Day 26 – The menu; it be a-changin’.

Posted in: Everything Else, Health and Weight Loss, Whole30

Whole30: Day 26 - The menu; it be a-changin' man.

What you see in the crockpot is jicama. I’ve yet to eat it, but it has already been in a twelve hour bath with twelve to go. All of this to try Melissa Joulwan’s Jicama Home Fries from her cookbook, Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat, which I’ve come to love.

My parents began their Whole30, and my momma (Izzy) has been digging into Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans, a cookbook I’ve purchased, read and tabbed, but haven’t started cooking in just yet. I don’t know if it is devotion or simply my methodical nature, but I fully intend to get to other cookbooks…just as soon as I’ve cooked my way through this one.

So many recipes, so few nights.

I can hardly believe I said that.

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Sunday

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Thursday

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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Tuesday

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Monday

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Friday

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Wednesday

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Whole30: Day 17 – Thou shalt not covet thine neighbor’s zoodle maker.

Posted in: Everything Else, Health and Weight Loss, Whole30

Whole30: Day 17 - Thou shalt not covet thine neighbor's zoodle maker.

Funny for the day: I’ve written before about using Grammarly’s online grammar checker to write my posts. Well, today while writing this one, it wanted to replace “zoodle” with “poodle”, which would have made my title, “Though shalt not covet thine neighbor’s poodle maker.”

Now, I know Paleo is all about protein, but that’s taking

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Tuesday

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Tuesday

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Homeschooling is selfish; I agree.

Posted in: Homeschooling, Reality

Homeschooling is selfish; I agree.

Jeff and I made the decision to homeschool when our oldest, Emelie, was in Second Grade. Previous to that decision, we never considered homeschooling our kids; not once. We were fully involved in Emelie’s early elementary education by volunteering, attending school performances and teacher meetings, and of course, helping her with homework, supporting her teacher …

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Tuesday

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Monday

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Sunday

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