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Motherhood is impossibly difficult, everyday challenging, and tragically humbling—it can leave us drowning. Need a dose of hope? We Can Say Goodbye To Survival Mode.

For Any Mom Who Feels Like She’s Drowning {Say Goodbye To Survival Mode}

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In order to live an abundant life, you have to plan for an abundant life.

I don’t make resolutions. Instead, my husband and I make a habit of setting aside time each December to bid farewell to the current year, and prepare to usher in the new year.

Here are 3 essential steps you can take to create your best year yet in 2015!

The 3 Essential Steps To Having Your Best Year Yet!

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I’ve struggled this year with feeling like the snobby organic mom who won’t let her kids eat what the other kids are eating. We had to bring our own ice cream and toppings to the homeschool ice cream party. Through that I had to remember to focus on the question, what are we gaining here?

{One Year Later!} A Step Back into The Marshall Kitchen – Part 2

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Last year I embarked on an adventure into the kitchens of 3 families who are taking on a whole food diet. Well, it’s a year later and I thought it might be time to revisit these families and see what has changed, adapted, and transformed over the past year.

{One Year Later!} A Step Back into The Marshall Kitchen – Part 1

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The garden reminds me to be still. To feel.
It is there that my mind is cleared of the fog and chaos that builds up from too many hours spent staring at a screen. With my hands in the soil, my elbows brushing bean pods as I yank green weeds from around the pepper plants I learn to feel, so that I can think again.

{Le Navet – A Garden Photo Journal} Part 3 – Unearthing Life’s Balance from the Soil

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A New Family Tradition   My family has decided to begin a new tradition of wearing our walking shoes to church. This tradition stemmed out of the realization that there are some very nice hiking trails and paths close to our church. And so this morning as we rushed through our Sunday morning rituals of […]

Why I Won’t Wear Dress Shoes To Church

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That Looming Hour at the End of a Day Looming at the end of our day’s to-do list, dinner often evokes a slight sense of both panic and dread as the hour grows nearer and prep time grows shorter. Time originally planned for dinner’s creation is increasingly swallowed up by the tasks preceding it. Hours […]

Where Your Time Is, There Your Heart Will Be Also – How To Make Calzones From Scratch (With Recipe)

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Into The Whole Food Kitchen Of The Gruetzmacher Family This is the final part of a 3-part story of the Gruetzmacher family. Eric, Amy, and their three young boys have recently revolutionized their diet and health by bidding farewell to processed foods, and embracing a diet of all whole, fresh foods. Be sure to read […]

Into A Whole Food Kitchen – The Gruetzmacher Family, Part 3 of 3

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I Began This For My Family, We Press On To Inspire More Families “The dinner table is a place in which children come for consistency. They are reassured by it, met by parents who anticipate their arrival, and meet them where they are at. The dinner table is a safeguard against a private life apart […]

Announcing: “Into a Whole Food Kitchen – Real Stories of Real Families Eating Real Food”

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Life Is A Whirlwind Last Saturday Gray and I ventured out to downtown Milwaukee to celebrate our 4th wedding anniversary (without the kids, yeah!). Our date began at one of our favorite brunch spots, Cafe Benelux, and ended at the Milwaukee Public Market, sitting together at a quaint little table with some coffee (to help us […]

Fending Off Convenience Foods When Life Gets Hectic – A Couple Of Our “Go-To” Whole Food Recipes

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Raising kids stirs something deep in our souls — an innate knowing that our time is finite. Taking my kids outside in creation, I’m discovering how to stretch our time and pack it to the brim with meaning. God’s creativity provides the riches of resources for teaching the next generation who He is and how He loves us. Join our adventure and discover inspiration and resources for refusing rush, creating habits of rest, living intentionally, and making the most of this beautiful life!

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