Three weeks ago I broke up with procrastination. When we broke up I was determined that I would make the kids lunches at night, despite how tired I was. I decided that I would have a baking day once a week, and do walk-through of our main living areas before I relax. So here is an… Continue reading Procrastination breakup update
Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Others say it really doesn’t matter. The truth of the matter is that anything you put in your body should matter. As I strive to eat gluten-free meals and snacks I thought it would be good idea to show you what kind of things… Continue reading A few of my favourite breakfasts
“Just do it!” That’s the motto of the American multinational corporation Nike. At the Millers, we say this “your procrastination isn’t welcome here.” Really, it can be applied to almost any situation and to any family member – young or old. Procrastination isn’t an age or gender thing. It’s easy to be attracted to it… Continue reading Breaking up with procrastination
When I realized the weight of the Candida diagnosis was losing it’s integrity, my mind and my heart weren’t in it anymore. And I would read my Bible and God would show me the promises He gave me at the beginning of this journey and I would see them in other peoples Instagram stories. I… Continue reading Starting fresh – let the gluten free, corn free, limited dairy and very limited sugar way of living begin!
After receiving my Candida diagnosis my husband and I began to do some digging and research, something about the diagnosis just didn’t sit right with us. We decided that I would follow through with the cleanse and eat as prescribed. As the weeks went on the more research I did and other factors coming into… Continue reading When the diagnosis doesn’t feel right
Soup. I love soup. I could easily eat it every day! My family on the other hand, they’re not fans. I’ve come into the habit of making my own chicken broth, and I love it! Honestly, sometimes I’ll just enjoy a bowl of broth. It’s SO GOOD! When I make my chicken broth I put … Continue reading soup oh how I love thee
The diagnosis that has changed my life