Learn how to make Ghee

Learn how to make Ghee

Here’s a little something I filmed to help you with your ghee-making process!  Here is what my ghee looks likes now that it has cooled and been strained:   Now it is in my pretty jar that will reside stove-side for future...
The Things We Hide

The Things We Hide

     We all hide things from the world, don’t we? At least I think most of us do. I KNOW I do. And one of the things I have hidden from the world turns out to be something that could have been (and will be) helpful for many people if I were about to share it — to be...
Stress Management or Stress Reduction?

Stress Management or Stress Reduction?

Over twelve years ago as a 41-year-old mom with three teenagers, I started reading Dr. Richard A. Swenson’s book, The Overload Syndrome, at the recommendation of Debbie Williamson, the leader of our church’s women’s ministry at the time. I also worked through the...
Taking Care of an Analog Body in a Digital Age

Taking Care of an Analog Body in a Digital Age

Some people are slow learners. I must be one of them. My friend, Cherie Clark, says that there are no slow learners; just thorough ones. That’s me: a thorough learner! Especially when it comes to avoiding the Overload Syndrome.   My first experience with OS was way,...