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Bees are one of the most important insects on the planet. They keep plants pollinated and not to mention they make this amazing food called honey. Have you ever thought of getting bees? Nowadays, lots of people, even those who live in big cities or neighborhoods are getting bees. Bees are fascinating and can be…
I started out the series with this free introduction video: Understanding How Toxins Get in Our Homes and What We Can Do About It. This lets you meet me, know a little bit about who I am and how I got into this world of healthy homes. I give you a glimpse into how so many toxins have gotten into our homes and why that’s such a big deal.
Well, to say it’s been a while would be an understatement! The Dahl family has had a lot happen since I had to set writing to the side for a bit.
My older kids and husband are on a trip this weekend to visit his family. I am home with the baby. Being an introvert, I treasure this alone time! Yes, I miss my kids and husband, but I also refuel at times like this. I love the quiet of the house and being able to get a few projects done that I just can’t do when everyone is home.
Our home was build in the 50’s. About 8 years ago it was in foreclosure and in bad shape. A family bought it and did basic renovations. They did a great job, but some of the house still looked dated and just wasn’t our style.
I’m very excited to be teaching this workshop with Kezia from the Whole Food Diary in Redding, California on Saturday, April 22 from 2-4:30pm. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.
At the end of February, we usually get a few warmer days that make us all start to think summer thoughts. I quickly realize that last summer’s shoes won’t fit the kids anymore, and that always leads to me hopping online trying to find toxic free, eco-friendly summer shoes for everyone.
I hopped off social media for a while. Just too much going on, and it was something I could easily cut out to save time and brain space. So here’s a little update on what’s been going on at the Dahl farm the past month.
After I had my second child, I had about $900 worth of cavities that needed to be taken care of. My teeth were in bad shape. I didn’t eat terrible while I was pregnant, but for some reason, my teeth did not fair well after baby #2. When I had baby #3 about 9 months ago, I knew I needed to get into a dentist immediately to see what damage had been done.
A couple of months ago, all three of my kids came down with whooping cough. It was going around our city. My six-year-old daughter got it first, then my four-year-old son, and my 6 month old son got it last and worst. It was a scary time.
You can grow your own food, without all the research, minus the stress, and say bye to the learning curve!