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Forgiveness – the constant struggle

01/05/2017 - Author: Natasha Phillips

I think, in my life anyway, one of the things I have the hardest time with is forgiveness. Forgiving myself, forgiving others and for forgiving situations. The really sad part is that I seem to be able to forgive a stranger easier and faster than I can forgive those who love me. This started many […]

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The Beginning of a Journey

- Author: Natasha Phillips

A new year…new resolutions, new goals, new outlook and new adventures. With the new also comes regret of resolutions broken in the years gone by, goals not met, a negative thought or thoughts that may have encompassed you in the year past and a regret of adventures not seized. A long time ago there was […]

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02/21/2016 - Author: Natasha Phillips

This morning is one of those rare, February days that give you a sweet taste of the weather that is right around the corner. After dealing with, and still dealing with the stomach flu in my kids this week, I desperately needed a quick run. While I expected to be revived in energy and sense […]

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Good-bye Grandpa

02/07/2016 - Author: Natasha Phillips

It is so hard for me to put into words what I have been feeling this last week Grandpa. Today, as we say our goodbyes to your earthly   existence, there have been so many memories, tears and moments of laughter shared. You left quite a legacy grandpa, oh how you were loved. I don’t have […]

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Chocolate Chips, Peanut Butter and a Journey

08/19/2015 - Author: Natasha Phillips

I always hesitate in putting to much of my journey on here for all the world to see, not that I have many followers but for the few that I do have. In this day and age it is hard to know what I will be criticized for  or who I will offend. I also don’t want […]

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My gluten free granola and a little about me

08/13/2015 - Author: Natasha Phillips

As many of you know I have the chosen to stay home with my kids. During the transition stage of stayingn home I decided to “work” from home with the company arbonne. Little did I know or realize at the time what a career and business it was and am building. One of the things […]

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Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip cookies

- Author: Natasha Phillips

Serves – 24 -1 cup creamy peanut butter, unsalted (preferably organic although I often use JIF as that is what my kids like. )-1/3 cup honey -1 whole egg or a flax egg (I have never tried a flax egg) -1/2 tsp baking soda -1/2 tsp sea salt -1/2 cup mini chocolate chips Preaheat your […]

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Shadows and a Best Friend

08/03/2015 - Author: Natasha Phillips

This is a pretty old story I wrote many years ago, at least 10, and because the pages are now falling out of the notebook it is written in and many crayon marks have been made over the words, I figured it was time to get it on here for sake of not losing it. […]

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Goals, we all have them

08/01/2015 - Author: Natasha Phillips

Goals are a funny thing to me. As I get older the more goals I set for myself. I don’t know if it is because I am trying to keep up with my kids and wanting to slow down the aging process, or if I have figured out that true success comes when you set […]

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Harder than it looks

07/31/2015 - Author: Natasha Phillips

There are many things I could try to tell myself on why I haven’t not been faithful with penciling in and making note of the growth this family has experienced this last year, but the truth it that I haven’t been disciplined. This whole blog thing is harder than it looks. However…although I have said […]

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