In today’s news (I’m a day late posting this). We got slammed with a whopping 19 new Q Drops on 4/28 on the Q board. I obviously won’t be able to get to them all in this post but I will hit on a few of them. One exposes how the CIA was using video games and chats to coordinate mass shootings.
I went through a lot this past couple years. It was definitely the hardest time in my life. Things got so bad for me, I almost stopped blogging. But many people reached out to me and told me they loved Cheeseslave and wanted it to continue. And deep down, so did I.
I got to the point with this blog that I worried so much about what doing things right and what “people will say” that I wasn’t being authentic. And it just wasn’t fun anymore.
I’m living for me now. And I’m writing this blog for me. If you happen to read the blog and you dig it, awesome. If not, that’s OK, too. Because I am not writing it for you. I’m writing it for me. This blog is my explorations and reflections on the things I care about in my daily life. Parenting, homeschooling, cooking, eating, and loving life.
In this video, #9 in the Fermented Cod Liver Oil Scandal series, I talk to Annie Dru, Ancestral Food Educator, of Lardmouth.
WARNING: I know many of you are watching these videos with your kids. This video contains sensitive content that is not appropriate for children. Just wanted to give you a heads up.
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Happy New Year, everybody! I’m really excited about a fresh start in 2014.
What are your New Year’s Resolutions this year? Mine are not fancy… but here they are….
Note: I’m not including any work-related goals — just personal stuff. I’ve been working way too hard these past 5 years and I need to do more for me this year.
Infant food allergies can cause lots of stress for both parents and babies, and are sometimes hard to diagnose and treat. Rather than having to learn to cope with babies who are allergic to peanuts, pollen or who experience other common food reactions, wouldn’t it be better to prevent the onset of allergies altogether?
Want to celebrate a Real Food Thanksgiving this year but don’t know where to find the recipes? You’ve come to the right place. These recipes feature traditional foods that have graced Thanksgiving tables for hundreds of years: homemade bone broth, pasture-raised turkey, homemade mashed potatoes and real gravy made from scratch, pie crust made with lard and real butter.
Do you or your family members suffer from food allergies? Did you know that food allergies don’t have to be a life sentence? I cured my gluten intolerance and many others are doing it, too.
I have just started a brand new food allergy blog, Reversing Food Allergies.
The blog network I founded, Real Food Media, is growing strong. Since June, we’ve expanded from 23 blogs to over 80 blogs, thanks to our hard-working team here in LA.
We’re in the process of rebranding and changing the name… the new name is fantabulous! Stay tuned for the official announcement!
I’m writing this post to ask for your help…
Father’s Day is less than a week away! Are you ready? I’m writing this post because I’m sitting here thinking about what to get my husband for Father’s Day.
As I write this, Seth just called from the grocery store (he took our daughter with him) and asked, “Do the potatoes have to be organic?” How much do we love getting calls like that? (The answer was no, by the way. I said, If they don’t have organic, just get whatever they have.)
We got home from vacation last Thursday night. I had a whole bunch of posts scheduled for the three weeks of May that I would be gone.
Unfortunately, my RSS feed broke a few days after I flew to Portugal. And I had no idea. I was trying to be good so I was not checking my feed or doing any work.
The result: there have been no Feedburner emails going out for 26 days! That’s what I get for trying to go on vacation, huh?
I spent over six hours yesterday and this morning trying to fix the RSS feed. Yeah, fun times! The good news is I finally fixed it (yay me! I win the nerd prize this week).
Here are some posts you might have missed…