ONE MONTH AT A TIME
'Radical Living' sounds extreme, but for our family it started in a very gradual way. I became very knowledgable of the the health industry when I was pregnant with my babies. I had my four children in 5 years, so I spent a concentrated amount of time in doctors offices and hospitals. These years opened my eyes to truths about the healthcare industry that I may not have learned any other way.
Following the birth of my 3rd child, we began doing major research about the foods we were consuming, sustainable agriculture, and we learned about the truly unbelievable ways "big agra" was/is contaminating and poisoning our food.
I won't go into politics here, but suffice it to say, we're blown away by the brokenness of the system, and the way people choose to lash out before they've ever researched a topic. IT'S. A. MESS.
So what does this have to do with you? If you're reading this I'm assuming that you're at least a little interested in natural living. Probably a little wary of certain industry/government things... But you're also a real person who has real life going on. You're going to buy the Doritos and disposable diapers if that's what needs to happen for this season to make your life run smoothly. But you're always trying to do better. And guess what? Me too. I'm a completely regular person, who is trying a little bit every day to reconcile the life that I live with the crazy truth about this world we're living in. So here's how I'm tackling 2020, and how I can help you:
Check out the focus features from 2020 so far:
Water Filtration for Beginners
Building a Holistic First Aid Kit
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