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I am usually very tired of Winter come the beginning of March but since January and February had more Summer/Fall like days I'm okay that it's been snowing lots this past week. It's a blessing and we need it. Matt even enjoyed building and "igloo" last week!

I am getting ready to start some seeds indoors and looking forward to planting season but if the snow promises to stay away during Spring it can keep snowing now. ;)

Last year we had a really late frost and it killed one of our peach trees and the others had to struggle to make it back. They did make a awesome come back and I just pray it doesn't do that again this year. They fair cold temps just fine unless they are budded and the sap is flowing I think once our wall is up across the back where the trees are they will fair the cold spring times better.

Ryan was busy part of last week up the mountain with business meetings. The kids and I enjoy time together mostly indoors getting over some colds.......Yep we did all get some runny noses....some worse than others.....some not much at all. Curt did cough some but not at all the "The Cough" he used to get. It's mostly been loose and I am so glad for that. He never seems to get wheezy anymore but has still had a pretty barky cough at times but not this time.....in fact it has been so loose I'm wondering if he is cleaning up old gunk.

We have really not even felt bad just a little stuffy. There are still a few sniffles around here this morning but I certainly can't complain......No fevers....no earaches......no throw-ups....no worries! ;)

By the way have you been wondering if I'm ever going to post new recipes?  I promise I have quite a few more in the works and as they are perfected I will share but for some reason there has just been a lull. I bet there are lots of fun things on here that you haven't tried yet. When it's cold outside sometimes I just like looking through my Comfort Food Section and making something that we haven't made in a while. Or this time of year with dry skin and runny noses I also like making things from my Natural Healing/Living Section.

Have a great week and don't worry there will always be more recipes!


Philly Cheese Steak

My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Chow Mein 

Tuesday:
Lentil Sloppy Joes

Wednesday: 
Taco Salad


Thursday:
Sweet Potato Soup

Friday:
Quinoa and Sweet Potato Grilled Wraps

Saturday:
Leftovers


Sunday:
Philly Cheese Steak


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Mars and Venus can you see them both?
Last week was simply beautiful! It got me thinking lots about getting going on our garden....there was also daily picnics in the front yard, roller blading, bike rides, reading in the sunshine and the boys even went on a overnight scout camp on Friday.


ccamping with scouts
We have loved the amazingly beautiful weather we have had this winter and frankly we had lots more than I ever expected. It seemed as though we had moved down south by my Sister. ;) Then in the middle of the night (after being startled awake by one of my kids) Saturday I noticed that snow was falling just as predicted.

This weeks menu and lots of snow!
And has been coming down ever since! (I just took this picture a few minutes ago) Although we were very much enjoying the perfect weather we know that good snowfall (especially in the mountains) is just what we need to keep us from too severe of droughts. So all this snow is a very timely answer to our prayers.

Really I would rather have it now while it is still winter then in the Spring when everything is already planted....although that could happen too it has happened before. But if I get to choose I think now it better.

(The first two pictures Ryan took while camping with the scouts last weekend.....good thing they weren't planning to go this weekend ;)



Easy Healthy Tacos


My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Lentil Soup

Tuesday:
Tacos

Wednesday:
Yummy Potatoes

Thursday:
Hawaiian Haystacks

Friday:
Best Burritos

Saturday:
Leftovers

Sunday:
Sukiyaki

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I haven't had much time for blogging lately don't worry I do have more recipes to post and other fun things I'm working on.....sorry again to be a day late. Ryan and I took advantage of the holiday weekend and had a little getaway!

Hope you all have a great week and are getting through February without the typical colds and flu. I know we have been doing great and to keep it up I took a few minutes yesterday to make another batch of Elderberry Syrup since we were out.

I really feel like Elderberry has been the added thing that just helps us keep sickness at bay. February was in the past a month that I was glad was short because it seemed the kids would always get sick and it was so cold and just made winter feel like it would never end.

This year has been different for sure as far as the weather goes.....but we have been using the elderberry syrup for a few years now and I think it helps us get through the winter months and more importantly the dreaded February. Which by the way isn't so dreaded after all! ;) I honestly don't remember the last time someone was sick in bed for more than just a few hours. It has easily been 2 years or more.


My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Taco Sundays


Tuesday:
No-Fuss Potato Soup


Wednesday:
Fettuccine Alfredo


Thursday:
Cauliflower and Curry Soup


Friday:
Stir Fry with Quinoa


Saturday:
Leftovers

Sunday:
Roasted Veggies



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menu plan

Sorry I'm slow this week because I have not been home and I left my laptop at home on purpose. ;)

We went and visited our good friends over the weekend and attended their son's baptism and their other son's ordination. As usual it was way too short but so good to spend a little time with some of our dearest friends!

Then on Monday the kids and I zipped down to my Mom's to spend time with her and my Sister's and to let the kids all make Valentines and jut enjoy the day together. It was a wonderful day and I have decided that I need to make more time in my schedule for such things. It's way to easy to put off just spending some good time with those we love. It's so easy to just get caught up in busyness that doesn't really have any long term meaning.

On a fairly frequent basis I have to readjust and see where I am spending my time and see if it matches my priorities. Every time I make a list it's people who are at the top. But when I look at where I spend my time I find I'm not focusing on those people like I want to be. So then I adjust and hope that I continue to do better and learn to keep my priorities and where I spend my time congruent. I don't think I will ever regret leaving my sink full of dirty dishes to go spend extra time with those I love! ;)


Crock-Pot Sloppy Joes


My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Mexican Pizza

Tuesday:
Sweet Potato Black Bean Burger

Wednesday:
Curried Cauliflower with Sweet Potato and Black Beans


Thursday: 
Black Bean, Butternut Squash, and Bulgur Chili

Friday:
Leftovers

Saturday:
Valentine's Day Dinner


Sunday:
Lentil Sloppy Joe's

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Lately our family has been working on being more intentional with our time. We have been working on having a good productive morning routine and then trying to not let too much time go by in front of a screen and actually putting effort into spending more time face to face with people.

That's hard for a family of mostly introverts but we are working at it. We actually love spending time with people just not all at once. ;) We have some sweet widows in our neighborhood that we have enjoyed spending time with and getting to know better.

One in particular we have spent quite a bit of time with the past few weeks. She has been teaching us some things and showing us how to make some yarn God's Eyes. She has such a history and we love hearing all her stories and experiences. It has been a pleasure spending time getting to know the people that live near us!

I wish I could sit down on a one-on-one basis with each of you!


My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
No-Fuss Potato Soup

Tuesday:
Sweet Potato and Mango Tacos

Wednesday:
Mac and Cheese Better Than I Remember

Thursday:
Quinoa Burgers


Friday:
Taco Sundays


Sauturday:
Leftovers

Sunday:
Taco Soup


Vanilla Pumpkin Pie Shake


This recipe came about this week all by accident. I was working on a warm pumpkin spice type warm drink recipe (that still needs some work by the way) and I had some leftover pumpkin that needed using. So the next morning I make this for breakfast.

I tasted and thought, "Wow that's pretty good!" Then the kids came to try and all said that it was very yummy. So I wrote down what I did and the next day (still having a bit more pumpkin leftover) I tried the same thing again just to be sure we really did like it. And sure enough we liked it well enough to post.

So I hurried and snapped some pictures before it was gone and I'm already sharing it with you today because it's so easy to make, very yummy and of course healthy!



Vanilla Pumpkin Pie Shake
3 cups almond milk (less if you like a thicker shake)
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1/2 Tablespoon coconut oil
1 heaping scoop GSG vanilla protein powder
1 frozen banana
1/2 cup crushed ice

Place all ingredients into blender. Blend until smooth and enjoy.





You were born to create!

I have to admit that I tend to be a do it yourself junkie. I love making not only food from scratch but pretty much anything within reason.

I'm not sure what it is. I know when it come to food it's because I want to know what it is that I'm eating and the best way to know is to put all the ingredients in yourself. So it's the health nut in me that makes her own Ranch Dressing Mix, Taco Seasoning etc. etc. etc.

Plus food made from scratch just tastes better......I think it's the extra love that's mixed in! ;)

But I also love making my own lip balms, skin cream, herbal remedies and pretty much anything else I think I could make for A LOT less money then I could buy it. And again if I'm going to eat it or put it on my skin I would really like to know what is in it.

But guess what I started putting other things that I thought where more important ahead of what I enjoy and although it's good to have a balance and do what's needed.....I got myself to a point of burnout and honestly, although I haven't talked about it much (I will more in the future) the past few years NOTHING has seemed fun or exciting.

I have kind of felt like I was just existing......almost to the point of numb. I think just all the stresses of life just caught up with me. And the worst part was I didn't take the time to notice soon enough to refill my bucket.

It's been a long road but I'm starting to get a handle on why the constant overwhelm and I have realized that a huge part of it has been that I haven't been taking enough time focusing on things that I love.....things that bring me excitement.

The past few years I haven't read near as many books as I used too. I have very rarely got out my crochet hooks. I love creating things with yarn. I have also found myself putting off making things like lip balm until the last possible moment but then when I would take the time to make them I found such a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment that I wondered why I hadn't just done it sooner.


My point is I think being children of God makes us by our very nature beings that love to create. The times when life seems most overwhelming for me are the times when I think that I'm too busy to spend a little time creating something.

For the past few months I have been trying to be more intentional about having times of creativity throughout my week. (Along with extra time for prayer and meditation.) I really feel like it's helping to take away the overwhelm and consequential numbness that has followed.

I spent too long in survival mode but now I am climbing back out and I hope to share more of my experience as time goes on. In the mean time.....I have already grabbed  The Ultimate DIY Bundle for myself because I know creating something is part of what fuels me.

It's part of what fuels you too! Why don't you give it a try? You were born to create!

Pickled Beets, Revisited

Pickled Beets
It seems that beets aren't always a favorite with a lot of people. Maybe it's the fact that everything they touch turns red, pink or purple......but I have always loved beets! Maybe it's because my first meeting with them was in the pickled form that my Grandma would always make.

When I met Ryan I would try to get him to taste beets but he wanted none of them. I would tell him that they had to be super healthy with that deep of a color and full of lots of vitamins. I would later learn how truly healthy they really are and what a powerful blood cleanser that they where too.

I did convince him to let me plant them in the garden years ago since he did like steamed beet greens. It has taken us a few years but we have gotten pretty good at growing a good crop of beets. And early on I started pickling them. Eventually I convinced Ryan to try them on a salad and now like just last night he was sticking his fork in the jar at the table and just eating them plain!

After eating a few and saying how much he loves pickled beets I asked him if he remembered how hard I had to try to get him to just taste them. He then said that, "There are a lot of things that he enjoys eating now that he didn't think he liked back in the day." I'm just glad he enjoys them now!

In fact it was his idea to try roasting them this year with other root veggies and it is now one of our favorite fall/winter dishes! I just want to give a big thank you to all those husbands (especially mine) with open minded taste buds! ;)

For my original "Grandma's Pickled Beets Made Healthier" post click here.

Like Grandma's Pickled Beets

Grandma's Pickled Beets Made Healthier
3 gallon bags of raw beets with leaves cut off
2 teaspoons allspice
3 teaspoons cinnamon
1 1/2 teaspoons whole cloves
3 cups raw apple cider vinegar
3 cups water
4-6 cups Sucanat
2 1/2 teaspoons Real Salt

Cut the bottom tail and top stem off beets and cut in half or quarter depending on size of beet. In very large pot boil beets until tender then drain (I usually save the water and put it in the fridge and add to smoothies, keeps for a week or more)

Place the beets in cold water then peel by using a knife and slipping the skins off. (Some came off easier then others.)  See my "Can't Beet the Harvest" post for more about peeling and canning beets.

Cut the beets into medium sized chunks.

While beets are cooking, tie spices except for salt, into a spice bag or piece of cotton cloth. 
In a medium large pot add the water, salt and vinegar. Place bag of spices into brine and bring to a low simmer for about 10 minutes.

In clean quart jars fill a quarter of the way with brine and then fill with the cooked and peeled beets. Add more brine to the first lip on the jar leaving about an inch to 2 inches of room at the top being sure the beets are covered.

Clean rims of jars and add sterilized lids and rings to jars. Be sure rings are on tightly place in water bath canner with water covering jars by about an inch. Bring to a boil and let boil for 10-15 minutes then remove from pot with jar lifter and let cool. Be sure all lids have sealed before storing on shelves. In the event that a lit does not seal keep that jar in fridge.

Makes about 7-8 quart jars.

My Weekly Meal Plan


I am pretty much in hibernation mode lately. I am doing lots more reading than usual and if the sun does manage to peek out for a few hours I love to take my book outside and catch some rays. (As long as it's not too cold of course!;)

Also with that I'm noticing that I haven't been taking pictures really at all. I did get the Instagram app on my phone though finally so maybe I will post there a bit more if I can remind myself.....I'm one of those people who does NOT carry my phone with me everywhere so I will have to get intentional about posting. You can Follow me on Instagram here and see how I do.

We did get out this weekend and take the family down to a homeschool conference. I think the kids had a good time and where inspired! Ry and I have gotten to where we feel like we could be teaching many of the classes....not trying to brag we are just realizing that we are not new to this anymore and are now considered "experienced" homeschoolers. We still had a great time together and did learn a few fun and interesting things.





I listened to the replay of the first Mastermind Yoga class this morning from Stay at Home Yoga. (It's not to late to start!) I am excited to go through this class again and improve my posture and work even further on resetting my bad habits and turning them into correct posture habits that come automatically. I love Jen's slow and simple approach that is totally doable!


Home made Chili Cheese Fries
My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Sukiyaki

Tuesday:
Chili Cheese Fries


Wednesday:
Stir Fry with Quinoa

Thursday:
Curried Cauliflower with Sweet Potato and Black Beans

Friday:
Roasted Roots

Saturday: 
Leftovers

Sunday:
Lentil Soup

My Weekly Meal Plan

My Weekly Meal Plan

It's been kind of a recoup, reset type week for me. I have slowed down and enjoyed more reading. I have also pondered and thought about things I want to be doing differently this year.

Spent most every afternoon last week soaking up some sunshine and watching the kids roller blade. Since our January weather has been unseasonably warm! (I'll take it) Maybe one day I'll learn to roller blade or at least get me some roller skates. I used to love to roller skate as a kid. ;)

Homemade Pickled Beets

I did manage to pickle the last of our beets from our garden that I have been storing in the basement fridge since fall. One thing I love about beets is how long they will keep for. I just ran out of time and steam to get everything done in the fall but they patiently waited until I was ready. I was able to bottle 8 more quarts to add to our food storage now nothing will go to waste. I did freeze a few for my beet smoothies too.

I changed the recipe a bit and didn't use agave this time I will post an updated recipe soon.....ish. ;)



I'm looking forward to starting another round of my Stay at Home Yoga 6 Week Mastermind & Body Program on the 18th. I learned so much in the fall but need to continue to improve my posture habits and Jen makes it so easy!

Ryan had a busy week and went North for a couple of days then went with my Dad to Vegas to pick up a truck for work the same one he went to Arizona to look at.

Then he took our boys along with the rest of the scouts and leaders on a planning retreat at a cabin in the mountains. The girls and I enjoyed girl time and looking back at old home videos. It was lots of fun.

Sweet Potato and Mango Tacos

My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Mushroom Stroganoff

Tuesday:
Indian Tacos

Wednesday:
Smothered Chimmichungas

Thursday:
Minestrone Soup

Friday:
Sweet Potato and Mango Tacos (pictured above)

Saturday:
Leftovers

Sunday:
Crock Pot Lasagna



My Weekly Meal Plan


Last week we enjoyed more snow and went to Carbon County to spend New Years with some very wonderful friends there! As usual the visit was not near long enough but it was so good to see them.

Sweet Girls

Back at home we quickly took down, cleaned up and purged our Christmas decor.....then tried cleaning just a little deeper than usual.  I'm not sure what it is but something about cleaning up after the holidays spurs me to want to deep clean and organize just a bit more. It happens most every year but don't worry I never take it too far. ;)

Recommitting just a bit to be more scheduled and spend spend more one on one time with my children has taken up the majority of my "New Years Resolution" thoughts. Along with one word... TODAY. I tend to be one who can at times find it hard to just be totally present.

New Year with Friends
So this year I'm going to take more time to just think about today and what needs doing at each moment. As I'm sure you know by now I am one that tends to get very easily overwhelmed and my mind loves to race with all the many things I think I need to be accomplishing over then next weeks, months and even sometimes years......That the weight of it all becomes unbearable.

So I have been learning and feel the need to focus on just each day at hand and learn to tackle TODAY well and let go of things that cause me to feel crushed.

Of course I always have a few health goals in mind and my very favorite one involves more movement and flexibility both in body and mind.



I have been meaning to tell you for a while now about how much I have been loving my membership to Stay at Home Yoga. I have mentioned it lots to my real life friends but somehow it has slipped my mind to share it here.

But now is the perfect time because Jen over at Stay at Home Yoga is getting ready to start up another one of her 6 week Mastermind and Body Programs starting on January 18th. I participated in her last one in the Fall and learned so much. I love her simple and peaceful way.

My membership not only gives me access to all the Mastermind and Body Programs she offers but all the classes, podcasts, live classes, videos, etc. and she has up on her site and ones she will post in the future. I have been taking her advise to move more in general and also taking the time to do a full yoga class 2-3 times per week.



I cannot tell you the difference this has made for me not only physically but since relaxation is an important part of yoga it seems to be doing wonders for my racing mind to practice the art of learning to quiet it and take a little time to deeply relax and rejuvenate in that way. Such a simple thing but I think many of us don't realize how very burnt out we are until we spend a little time to actually renew and feel the difference.

I am very much looking forward to learning more in this next Mastermind and Body Program and highly recommend that if any of you are feeling frazzled and a bit burnt out that this is a perfect non-overwhelming simple way to start to turn that around. I just can't recommend it enough and feel that it has been Heaven sent.


Simple Healthy Tacos
My Weekly Meal Plan

Monday:
Quinoa and Sweet Potato Grilled Wrap

Tuesday:
Split Pea Soup

Wednesday:
Sweet Potato and Chick Pea Curry

Thursday:
Spanish Lentil Soup

Friday:
Tacos (pictured above)

Saturday:
Leftovers

Sunday:
Veggie Pot Pie

A little last minute info!

This is all very much last minute but I wanted be sure to let you in on some of this info before it's too late. With the New Year now here some or all of these may be just what you are looking for.

Yes I am an affiliate with some (but not all) of these programs and will make a little commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase through my links. For that I thank you for your support. Please know though that I am very committed to only sharing things that interest me and that I plan to use or have used and tried myself. I think of my readers like I do my good friends and I try very much to treat you as such.

I hope your New Year is off to a wonderful start!


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Frugal Real Food Meal Plans

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I have really enjoyed the blog Beauty that Moves for I while now. I find it very inspiring especially the posts this week in my kitchen. I have also felt like winters get really long, dark and cold for me and maybe even a little SAD at times. So this year I have decided to participate in Heather's Hibernate program and see if it can help me with my winter blahs. It starts January 12th and I'm looking forward to it! Maybe I'll "see" you there!


Crunchy Candy Bars

So this recipe came about because I was wanting a high protein healthy fat snack that wasn't super high in SWEET! ;)

Remember when I told you that my body hasn't been really thrilled with with overly sweet things. It's been to my benefit really because it keeps me from overdoing even the healthy treats and I think that's a good thing.

But in the late afternoon before dinner time I found my self pretty dang hungry and needing a good snack that didn't make me feel tired but fueled me on for the rest of my evening. Lately this has been my snack of choice. And it's one the whole family loves so I thought you might like too!

It actually kind of reminds me of those Krackle or Crunch bars....although it's been a very long time since I have had one of those so I'm not certain it can really compare but that's what these reminded me of.  ENJOY!




Crunchy Candy Bars
1/2 cup coconut oil
2 heaping Tablespoons almond butter
1 Tablespoon honey
2-3 Tablespoons carob powder
1/2 teaspoon Real Salt
1 cup brown rice crisps
1/2 cup oats
1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
1-2 Tablespoons chia seed (optional)

On very low heat melt the coconut oil, almond butter and honey together. Add the carob powder and salt, mix well. Remove from heat and add the rest of the ingredients. Spread into a 9 inch square pan covered with parchment paper and freeze until firm. Doesn't take very long.




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This week was a wonderful week full of family, food and friends. We were a bit slow but we managed to put together some fun and simple neighbor gifts for our many friends and neighbors. It was a small thing but we hoped it spread a little Christmas Cheer!

Our Grinchy Christmas turned out to be lots of fun yet low key and simple.....I like that! We may have to try it again.

And would you believe.......we were not sure if there would be snow for Christmas but just like we have been all season it came last minute!








Oh we also loved spending much of our holiday with family, Grandparents, Cousins, Aunts and Uncles....my Sister even came and spent the afternoon one day this week so her kids could get some snow time too! Good times!

Ryan also had a birthday this past week and apparently........he turned 6! ;)





My Weekly Meal Plan 

Monday:
Spaghetti

Tuesday:
Lentil Soup

Wednesday:
New Year's Eve Menu

Thursday:
Leftovers

Friday:
Taco Sundays

Saturday:
Baked Potato Bar

Sunday:
Potato Soup

It's BACK but only for two days!

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