Posts Tagged ‘oolalife’

Back to School Breakfast Ideas Continued

As school is fast approaching we wanted to leave you with a few ideas to inspire you as you get back into the swing of things. Granola Breakfast/Snack Bars 2 c uncooked oats 1 c flour (I use whole wheat) ¾ sucanat ¾ c raisins or dried cranberries ½ c baker’s bran wheat ½ tsp…

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Back to School Breakfast Ideas

Summer has come and is almost gone. School is just around the corner. We just have 3 weeks! We are reaching a new milestone in our house. A middle schooler! Boy does the time fly. Last year I floated through the year in a daze; slightly removed from things as I dealt with grieving a…

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This truly is THE BEST CLEANER!!

I want to tell you about a SUPER INCREDIBLE product that Young Living has that every home and workplace should not be without.  That is… Thieves Household Concentrate Cleaner.  We live in a world where there are so many toxic chemicals in the products we use to clean our homes, thinking we are helping our…

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Apathy

Apathy. That’s where I’d found myself. Emotional indifference. But why? It’s easier that way; you don’t get hurt…again. And then I looked up and noticed that there are literally millions of us that are functioning that way. Christ was anything but indifferent, and don’t we claim to be Christ-followers and imitators as Christians? How many…

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Pillar 1: Water (Part 1)

Several years ago I read the book The Seven Pillars of Health by Dr Don Colbert. It was life changing for me. One of the most important things I took away was an understanding of water and how important it is to our health. If you take nothing else away from this post remember you…

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Fun…It must come with a wig!

There is this super group of young couples at our church (of which we are several years older than and in a different stage of life from) that we somehow ended up at dinner with on a church outing last fall.  Because of our work and volunteer commitments and the commitments of our kids, we…

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Skin, Our Largest Organ

Our largest organ is our skin and it plays an important role in our health and well-being. Our outermost layer of our being was made to protect us from the exposure to environmental elements such as bacteria and helps to keep our insides, well, inside us! Our nerve endings give us our sense of touch…

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Light & Sustenance

I love how God speaks. In a split-second, lightning fast, with so few words, multitudes of knowledge and wisdom come pouring forth, like a fountain overflowing its boundaries. Just such an event occurred again today; a simple act brought forth such enlightenment. I was playing with my cat. Yes, that was the act that instigated…

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Beautiful Mess

I grew up in a typical dysfunctional family, not unlike the majority of my fellow product-of-baby-boomers. Our family was not without conflict or disappointments, but we were generally happy, we knew we were loved, and through our struggles as a family, I learned that getting along with people is never about being right and always…

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The Power of a Book Club

I recently finished the end of a seven-year era…. leading a book club for my daughters and their friends. I began this journey when my oldest daughter was in the 4th grade and have done so for my youngest daughter for the last 4 years. Leading and guiding all these different girls has come with…

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