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Arm Yourself For Fit & Faithful Living

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In this 14-week whole health journey, you will discover the following: How to arm yourself against internal health battles How connected your spiritual life is to your health How to stop jealousy or emotional merry-go-rounds How to be successful in planning meals and exercise How friendships can flourish instead of flounder Start an Arm Yourself […]

4 Ways to Reduce Leaky Gut & Gut Yeast – and How to Fix It

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If you are feeling many of the following symptoms, you may have what they call LEAKY GUT or YEAST BELLY. fatigue chemical sensitivity lack of energy upset bowels bloating rectal itching bladder issues stomach irritant thyroid issues constipation low immune system digestive issues feeling lousy there are actually more… We have good bacteria in our gut, […]

20 Tips From a Mother with Teenagers

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I woke up one morning and realized I had three teenagers.  Where did the time go? Does this make me old? And what does old mean anyway? In James 4:14, he reminds us that we are a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes.  In the whole line of the human race, we […]

5 Deep & Transforming Strategies to Make your Life More Awesome

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We all deserve a healthy thriving life – regardless of our circumstances, but our current health circumstances (mental or physical) can steal our joy and hold us hostage (too busy, too fat, not enough time, no energy, too unforgiving, too bitter, bad genetics, nutrition frustrations).  If you’ve sought out self help books, health programs, blogs, personal trainers, wellness and life coaches or […]

Stressed With the Home Load?

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Sometimes it’s not what we do, but how we do it that changes everything. “I have to do laundry again!” instead of “I get to do laundry”. Of course this might work on someone who has matured in their years and experienced the have-not’s in their life time, but what about those younger blossoming tweens […]