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Review: Do It Scared by Ruth Soukup

Over the years Ruth Soukup has taught me much about topics ranging from blogging to dejunking to productivity. She’s an inspiring, enthusiastic person with a difficult past who writes to the average woman from the heart, who shares her own struggles, and who often points to Jesus. Besides that, she’s fun, authentic, and Dutch. In […]

Homeschooling Ideas from The Brainy Bunch: College Ready by Age Twelve

You probably read that title and scratched your head. Really? College ready by age twelve? That must be only for geniuses. Besides, who would want that for their kids anyhow? Kip and Mona Lisa Harding, parents of ten of whom the seven oldest entered college by age twelve, answer these questions and more in their […]

Books: Clouds and Nature Photo Essays

Sometimes when I go out into nature I don’t know what to look for or even what I’m looking at. I need someone with knowledge to be my guide, but such guides are hard to find. Books can help, though. Two books that I have read recently help me to understand, give me vocabulary, and […]

Preview: Women’s Health: Look Good, Feel Good, Do Good

Women’s health is complicated, largely because of incessantly fluctuating hormones. Although these hormones, as well as many other factors, define a woman’s health, much women’s health advice centers mainly on reproductive issues. On the other hand, Women’s Health from Traditional Cooking School discusses many more aspects, providing Healthy recipes, tips and info so you can […]

Review: Resolving Conflict by Lou Priolo

Wherever people are, there is conflict. Conflict is a difficult topic for a Christian. We know it’s a problem, but sometimes there seems to be no way out. We wonder how to end it. We do not understand how to avoid it. And, according to author Lou Priolo, we do not know how to start […]

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