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Lucky Iron Fish: Adding Iron To Your Diet

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As I was fixing up some of the Creamy Lemon Zinger Sweet Potato Soup a few weeks ago, I realized I hadn’t shared with you one of my favorite pieces of metal in the kitchen and I’m not talking about my Microplane or pizza cutter. A few years ago I was diagnosed anemic and when […]

Friday Faves 1/19/2018

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Wahoo, TGIF! In honor of the Women’s March this Sunday, it’s all about the ladies today! These are just a few of my favorite articles and links this week. Enjoy them.  Then GET OUTSIDE! BBC The latest woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize was actually not quite a woman yet by some standards at […]

River Time Brewing

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If you follow me on Facebook or check out my trip reports, you know this is my favorite new place to stop in Darrington, WA after hikes on the Mountain Loop or North Cascades Highway (it’s faster to drive through Darrington than Burlington).  If you ever wondered if there was a good spot to stop […]

Meal Planning Boot Camp Day 9 & 10 and A Paleo Banana Split

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This is it, the last 2 days of the Meal Planning Boot Camp!  I am going to survive this… Day 9 Okay, for this challenge I really had to think, what are 5 other meals I can make from one or two basic meals or “cooking events”? Like roasting a chicken and using the meat […]

Meal Planning Boot Camp Days 7 and 8 Plus Paleo To Go

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As I head into a second week, this whole meal planning thing is definitely paying off!  I spent a few days away, got home late and being able to get up the next day for work with egg muffins and a leftover meal to take for lunch was worth so much: not only in time […]

Source Lake Snowshoe: Short Trip But A Long Journey

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It has been a long time since we have gotten out with the kids and not just because I injured myself last summer.  Scheduling is hard when everyone has busy lives and that includes the climbing team for one of the 11 year olds!  It’s easier when children are young and dependent on their parents […]

Meal Planning Boot Camp Days 5 and 6 Plus Bring Back The Booch!

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My days seem to be bunching up on me but I guess that’s how it is. I can’t believe it is the weekend already and time to be thinking about next week’s meal planning all over again.  That’s okay, I’m ready! What Have I Done So Far? Let’s do a little recap of the daily […]

Friday Faves 1/5/2018

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Wahoo, TGIF! And I’m just glad I got the right year in the title. These are just a few of my favorite articles and links this week. Enjoy them.  Then GET OUTSIDE! Rated By Hanna I don’t know if I will ever get to visit Rome (maybe on that mythical extended backpacking-through-Europe trip I’ll take […]