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Snow, snow, and more snow here in Utah!  And it has been quite gloomy and cloudy this past week.  I really hate the cold! With this pregnancy I have had to be pregnant through the winter.  Which I thought was going to be so much better than through the summer like I was with my …

Snow, snow, and more snow here in Utah! And it has been quite gloomy and cloudy this past week. I really hate the cold! With this pregnancy I have had to be pregnant through the winter. Which I thought was going to be so much better than through the summer like I was with my …

Vanilla Turmeric Tea Latte recipe - Almond milk, turmeric, ginger, and vanilla, heated and frothed! A cozy mug of golden milk is as comforting as it is healthy. Take this recipe and customize however you'd like. Vegetarian with vegan option. #lovemysilk

Vanilla Turmeric Tea Latte recipe - Almond milk, turmeric, ginger, and vanilla, heated and frothed! A cozy mug of golden milk is as comforting as it is healthy. Take this recipe and customize however you'd like. Vegetarian with vegan option. #lovemysilk

Start your morning with a creamy, savory-sweet Golden Turmeric Latte! for the full recipe visit us here: http://paleo.co/goldenmylk

Start your morning with a creamy, savory-sweet Golden Turmeric Latte! for the full recipe visit us here: http://paleo.co/goldenmylk

➕ K O K E D A M A ➕ I don't know how I ever had the time to make these, I do remember my wrists hurting for days after making this one though, that Agavoides was the size of my face! The concept is simple: Kokedama means "moss ball" in Japanese, so you basically cover the plant roots and soil in moss- doesn't have to be round- then wrap it with a thread, that's it. You can add threads to make it a hanging Kokedama. To water you put the Kokedama in a bowl of water and let it soak for 10-15…

➕ K O K E D A M A ➕ I don't know how I ever had the time to make these, I do remember my wrists hurting for days after making this one though, that Agavoides was the size of my face! The concept is simple: Kokedama means "moss ball" in Japanese, so you basically cover the plant roots and soil in moss- doesn't have to be round- then wrap it with a thread, that's it. You can add threads to make it a hanging Kokedama. To water you put the Kokedama in a bowl of water and let it soak for 10-15…