Christmas Gifting Outside the Box

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If you are reading this post, you have access to the internet. You have access to some sort of computer device. You can read. So you probably live in a developed country. 

Being so materially blessed is wonderful. 

But it does make Christmas shopping challenging. 

How do you give meaningful gifts? Gifts that won’t add clutter to the recipient’s life? Gifts that won’t be forgotten and wasted? 

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Personal Care Routine and a Few Secrets that Might Surprise You

Living a healthier lifestyle doesn’t mean you have to go around being dirty and smelly all the time because every personal care product will harm you in some way.

If you are comfortable living like that then I admire you for your choice!

I admit, there are times when I let my personal hygiene take a back seat. Like that summer I lived in Vermont and worked on a dairy farm. As long as I cleaned up good once a week I felt accomplished since the shower was grosser than the manure I walked through.

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Fresh Strawberry Pie Recipe (and Other Fresh Strawberry Tips)

One of my favorite things about summertime is all the fresh, local fruit. Especially strawberries! 

Soon strawberry stands will be popping up on the busy corners of my small town. Grocery store strawberries are impostors to these deep red, juicy, flavorful bites of summer candy. Whether organic or not, I can’t help myself from stopping by a stand and buying a pint just to eat fresh. 

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Easter Breakfast Bake

It’s the day after your Easter celebration.

You have dyed hard boiled eggs coming out your ears. Leftover ham is crammed in every corner of the fridge and you still have family in town from yesterday’s gathering who all need to be fed again today. 

Enter Easter Breakfast Bake. 

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