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A couple of posts ago, I told a story about how, once upon a time, a farmer proposed that nutrition be the Number One material consideration in a child’s upbringing. The post brought a range of comments. One was from (more…)

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Two of the most common mistakes I see on GAPS are (more…)

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A quick report on three items:

1. Remember the product Organ (more…)

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After a day at his homelearning program -which included 40 minutes of walking, then recess, then another hour of physical activity- my son was very hungry. From the fridge I pulled out the rest of a (more…)

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The past week involved some internal drama for me. In coming fully back around, I realized my personal conclusion to it was worth sharing with (more…)

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A number of us will start intro on or near April 11th. As Bren said, this gives one “a few weeks to cook and freeze and reread my GAPS Guide and plan”. This inspired me to (more…)

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I keep making new decisions to further simplify my life. Some of it, like decluttering anything unnecessary, I do naturally. Some I do after experimentation: tiny home vs large, rent vs own, apartment vs house, etc. When it comes to decisions for GAPS, though, it’s not always as (more…)

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