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Learn about Gut Health (and Get a Deal You Can’t Beat)by  

Do you find yourself wanting to learn about gut health? Here are some resources I’ve found invaluable (and a deal that can’t be beat).

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Simple, Natural Ways to De-Stress During the Holidaysby  

Guest Post by Kristen Smith As wonderful as the Christmas season is, with its beautiful decorations, special meals, charitable giving, and extra gatherings with those we love, it can also add to the regular stress of daily life. The holiday... Read More

Coping Strategies During Busy Seasons (Plus My Meal Planning eBook for $0.99!)by  

[caption id="attachment_25550" align="alignnone" width="600"] Buying cheese in France... how on earth do you choose?[/caption] Life on the road is more fast paced and full than I expected it to be. Keeping up with our two businesses, homeschooling, the daily cultural... Read More

Dealing with Daily Frustrationsby  

Don't you love it when a post comes and smacks you right in the face? I read this post last week when Lysa first sent it to me, and then again yesterday as I set it up to post. Wouldn't... Read More

Stress: The Overlooked Toxinby  

Written by Mindy, Contributing Writer We live in a fast-paced society where economic troubles and health problems seem to be everywhere we turn.  It's no surprise that stress is such a close companion to so many people. While we are... Read More

My Journey to Burnout and Back: A One Year Updateby  

It was nearly one year ago that I first began to share about my experience with burnout. Last January, I shared very candidly about the circumstances and lifestyle choices I had made that had pushed me to a place of spiritual,... Read More

Even Real Food Bloggers Get the Blues (and How to Keep Nutrition Up in Busy, Stressful Seasons)by  

**I shared our exciting news the other day, which entirely relates to the re-posting of this post from almost exactly one year ago. Morning sickness, fatigue and some other challenging circumstances have made it a real struggle to put decent... Read More

What is Adrenal Fatigue and Do I Have It?by  

Considered the "stress syndrome" of the 20th century, adrenal fatigue is still an under-diagnosed and little understood condition. More people than ever before are battling with chronically depleted adrenal glands, yet it is unrecognized by most doctors. Perhaps you have... Read More

What is “Real” Health?by  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer These days, it’s hard to pinpoint what health really is.  Our country’s health is going down the tubes – there are constantly reports on how more and more people are suffering from obesity, diabetes,... Read More

Naturally Neutralizing Stress: Herbs that Calmby  

Written by Meg Dickey, Contributing Writer We all have those moments of random stress, moments that leave us drained, exhausted, and with a lingering feeling of depression.  This month at Keeper of the Home, we've been addressing ways to find a balance... Read More

Treating Depression Naturally: Supplements, Herbs and Foods for Feeling Betterby  

Dealing with depression is a touchy subject. When I first began to admit to people in my life that I was struggling with depression, I got a lot of different recommendations. Most were shocked that I hadn't been to see... Read More

My Journey to Burnout: Proof That I Really Can’t Do It Allby  

Burnout. It's a word that highly ambitious and driven people like myself often think that we are immune to. I have struggled with over-achieving and perfectionism for almost as long as I can remember. At the tender age of 12,... Read More

The Benefits of Sleep: 8 Tips for Getting Quality Sleepby  

Written by Stacey Taggart, Contributing Writer The importance of getting a good night's sleep is understated in our busy society.  The expectations that we have of ourselves and others are increasing, and in an effort to do all and be... Read More

Making Mom’s Health A Priorityby  

Guest Post by Leah When my children wake up in the morning, I sometimes chuckle to myself as I’m reminded of some old horse races I used to watch as a child. The whistle blows, the announcer proclaims, “And she’s... Read More

Carrying Burdens That Don’t Belong to Usby  

Image by grame_newcomb Are you feeling overwhelmed? Is it possible that those burdens you're carrying were never yours to carry in the first place? When we get off course, God is so faithful to intervene and use any number of... Read More

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