Permaculture for the Body, Permaculture Princess Podcast

PPP Episode 09: Exercise: Mind/Body Benefits & Programming Tips

In this episode we are continuing our health and wellness series by introducing the importance of a morning exercise routine. Exercise has a plethora of physical and mental benefits, and it should be a part of your morning health and wellness routine in some form or fashion.

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PPP Episode 08: A Dandelion Feature

This is our 3rd Plant Feature! We are discussing the often over-looked and under-appreciated Dandelion plant!

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PPP Episode 04: Warm Lemon Water

In this podcast we are discussing the benefits of starting every single day with a quart of warm lemon water! This is the first podcast in my health and wellness portion of the podcast, where I address various health habits that lead to a more abundant life!

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PPP Episode 03: Modern Life Mrs Shares Autoimmune Journey & Following Dreams

In this podcast I am chatting with my dear friend and business role model, Heather Schwartz who is the creator and voice behind Modern Life Mrs, and co-owner of Better Together Photography. This space is dedicated to Heather's journey with ulcerative colitis, how health and wellness have become a part of her every day life, and how she has learned to trust her God-given talents in her life and career.

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Survivalist Minimalist: Disrupting the Oxymoron

I have been pretty entertained by the tiny house movement and I have secretly wondered if completely downsized, tiny house living, is something my family could do. I have also been intrigued with the survivalist/homesteading movement. The people who are prepared and ready for any possible event, which quite honestly, requires a certain amount of… Continue reading Survivalist Minimalist: Disrupting the Oxymoron

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A More Abundant Life – 21 Day Series

I have a somewhat unique identity in my blended family. I am half youngest child, and half only child. My brother, who is 10 years older than me, and one of my best friends and most genuine supporters, is from my mother's first marriage. So, I am a proud and joyful little sister. However, because… Continue reading A More Abundant Life – 21 Day Series

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Mulch It

  Remember in the movie, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", when the father believed that Windex was the cure-all for everything? Well, for those of us who garden and cultivate the land, mulch is our windex. Let's make this as simple as possible. 🙂 Why Mulch. Mulch is essentially a topping for the soil. It… Continue reading Mulch It

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Bible Believer, Conservative Thinker, and Mary Jane Supporter

I am a product of the DARE education system. I signed a pledge card in 5th grade vowing to never use drugs, and I have more than followed through on that pledge. In fact, not only have I avoided illegal drugs, but I have avoided most legal substances, as well. By the grace of God,… Continue reading Bible Believer, Conservative Thinker, and Mary Jane Supporter

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Growing More than Veggies!

I am a planner by nature. I like daily to-do lists, weekly planners, writing monthly workout plans, and scheduling in advance, whenever possible. However, it would seem that the more I plan, the more I depend on me and my superb organization skills. God knows me well. He knows that depending on self and being… Continue reading Growing More than Veggies!

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17 Beneficial, Edible, and Beautiful Midwest “Weeds”

Dictionary.com defines weeds as, 1. a valueless plant growing wild, especially one that grows on cultivated ground to the exclusion or injury of the desired crop. 2. any undesirable or troublesome plant, especially one that grows profusely where it is not wanted. Our society is taught to pull weeds, stomp out weeds, or spray them with chemicals. According to the definition above, a weed is a "valueless plant" that grows where it is "not wanted". BUT, what if I told you that EVERY plant has value of some sort!! It is… Continue reading 17 Beneficial, Edible, and Beautiful Midwest “Weeds”