Candida- How to Eliminate Overgrowth

Unless you have had your head in the sand during the last year then you have heard of Candida. While the word is hard to pronounce understanding and facts around this naturally occurring yeast in our bodies seems to be even more difficult to sort through. So lets chat on the basics of figuring out what candida is, checking for it, and ultimately fixing and healing you gut if you have an overgrowth.     First off, what is Candida? Candida is an pathogenic yeast that is a part of our gut flora. It is just one of the trillions…

Arizona Bighorn Sheep Hunt

For those hunters out there you know the feeling of having a dream to hunt a bighorn sheep. My dad put in for 36 years before his fate changed and he was drawn for a bighorn sheep hunt  in unit 24B in Arizona. Growing up I knew the importance of this hunt and how hard it was to get this tag. My youth had many hours spent sitting on the phone waiting to hear draw result for my dad. Ah the days of yore.  In Arizona these hunts are coveted. There was one other hunter in his unit, and one…

7 Things to do in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is a beautiful place in  Colorado with many site seeing opportunities and museums to explore. Our list of 7 things to do in Colorado Springs is for you whether you are just visiting, newly moved here, or have been in the state for awhile but looking for new and exciting things to check out.   1. Garden of the Gods photo credit 5280  1805 N. 30th St., Colorado Springs, CO, 80904, 719.634.6666 Garden of the Gods is a must for any trip. This Park is free to walk around and has many trails to take you…

20 Toddler Outfits Prepped in 30 minutes

I am  sucker for prepping. Anything I can prep ahead of time I do. This comes partially from my type A personality and partially from being a single mom to two babies for a  year while the military took hubby away. That year taught me a lot about myself and ways to organize my life to make everything easier. One big thing for me was kids clothes, more specifically for my daughter, since my son is just a shirt and jeans. Its amazing to me how much clothes little girls have (thanks to Grammies and aunties) its just all so…

My Experiance with Le Tote

Like many of you I have been seeing Le Tote every where lately, and I finally decided to give it a shot. What drew my attention to this service over others was the option to pick my own pieces to be sent to me. I have tried Stich Fix before and that was my one sticking point. I loved the idea of a stylist picking  for me but I have a pretty specific style and some times the stylist got it, other times they didn’t, and when they did they sent me clothes that were to expensive for…

4 Steps of Goal Setting to Design Your Life

Its that time of year. The time to make resolutions, goals, and to think about your years past and the year to come. Reflecting on choices made and how you would like to focus your year is a brilliant idea. Personally I am a planning addict. I love my Living Well planner, To Do lists, and thinking about goals and life mottos. My husband often tells me how like “Monica” I am. (get the FRIENDS reference there?) While I love my short term goals and focused to do lists to get me through the week or weekend with…

Pre-Scouting: Tips and Tricks for Scouting Your Hunt

My house is full of love, people, animals, and mounts. Oh yes the mounts. We have four adults who all hunt living in this home and the beautiful reminders of the memories, work, and food supplied during those trips all over our home. Since this blog is also about our hunting adventures (and mine have been few and far between since my marathon 4 years of making, birthing, and keeping babies alive) I recruited my husband to help others who may be new to this on the best way to scout for a hunt. These tips are based on his…

3 Easy Steps to Meal Planning

Gone are the days of wandering the grocery store every day trying to come up with an idea of what to feed the family for dinner, or scratching your head each morning trying to throw together your kids lunch. Meal planning is a game changer and if you haven’t tried it yet, then you are missing out! While it can seem daunting to pull together all the meals for the week in one sitting, a few helpful tips and printables  make the process simple, easy and fun. Before starting the process make sure you have some time to…

Rustic Wedding, Arizona in May

My dad recently got remarried and enlisted me to help plan/decorate/coordinate the big day. It was both their second marriages so they decided to keep it casual and super personal. They both love hunting, dancing, and being outdoors. So they kept the cost low by having it in their backyard and building their own dance floor, having friends help with food, and having a very DIY approach to decorating. Invitations  They loved the idea of two deer, to represent them, on the invites. So after some google searching and some sweet Word skills, I managed to get these…

Stitch Fix Review #1-Fall Box

I have a love hate relationship with shopping. Some days I find great finds, everything fits, and I love it. Other days, I try on a million things, nothing fits and everything I like cost a lot of money. While I am trying to adjust to a more “adult” wardrobe of quality items, I still have a hard time swallowing $50 for a top. Or as things seem to go more… I mean $70 for a top? Ok crazy, that’s what a month worth of diapers and wipes cost for my littlest baby. We have…