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15 for ’15

05 Jan

  Hello!  Did you miss me?  I stepped away from the blogosphere at the end of ’14, a purposeful disconnection will the many ‘screens’ in my life.  What did I learn from it? Well… I survived! Yes, I blog therefor I… um, blog… so I need the technology to get my message out and to […]

Let’s Talk About Food Bay-Bee

16 Oct

  Remember that Salt n Pepa song “Let’s Talk About Food bay-bee, let’s talk about you n me, let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be”.  Wait, maybe I’m confusing that with something else? The point of the song was to start a dialogue about sex, because no matter […]

I Bet You Won’t Get Ebola

10 Oct

  “Hell is empty, and all the devil’s are here” – Shakespeare He also said “Thou shan’t get Ebola, but beware the GMOs”.  OK, I made that up. But the numbers are in your favor for not getting a tragic virus.  Swine Flu?  The flu?  Same deal.  I’m no scientist (duh), but here’s what I […]

Shifting DAD Into Gear

01 Oct

  In my travels consulting people on living a more Sustainable/Green lifestyle, I spend quite a bit of time talking about getting that spouse/mate on board with the cause. Funny how those closest to us are sometimes the furthest away when it comes to getting involved.  If that’s how it is in your home/life, here […]

Rooting For Our Lives

30 Sep

  I’m a recovering sports fan.  Yes, I still watch the occasional game, but find myself cooking, writing, tweeting, posting… doing SOMETHING, while the game is on.  I can’t help it anymore.  I feel a pull toward other things, even if it’s laundry.  Remember that great random football game back in 2007?  No, me neither […]

Eating Organically on Vacation

06 Jul

  While eating a primarily organic/GMO free diet can be tricky in real life, the feat can be quite taxing in the non-reality of family vacation. My kids already know our 10% rule, which states we’re going to have to eat roughly 10% GMO food attending social functions, aka; leaving the house. No mater how […]