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Taking Charge, Investigating Health Mysteries…and Why PIP?

February 19, 2011

One of my foremost goals in wellness coaching is to empower people to take responsibility for their own health and happiness. Often, I feel like I should have a degree in psychology instead of health because I also notice the range of perceptions by people about what role they play in their health. My dream [...]

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The First Harvest.

March 11, 2010

I’m going to call my first microgreens harvest a very big success. I learned a few things from this experience: 1. Labeling bulk purchases of seeds (and other things) is important later. 2. More is not always better. 3. Dirt cleans up pretty easily. 4. It’s much cheaper to grow greens than to buy them. [...]

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“F” for Wheatgrass

February 15, 2010

I’ve been trying to grow wheatgrass. It’s conceptually extremely easy! Plus, I’ve been cheating by using the patches I’ve bought from Lori’s and then just re-growing the grass.  I will grow it from scratch eventually, but I have to buy dirt and trays and figure out how to make it work.  You can only re-grow [...]

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Fresh Cut Juice?

February 9, 2010

I bought a new juicer that is good for juicing wheatgrass (another hash mark in the kitchen-gadget-addiction category!). Yes, wheatgrass is green grass, grown from wheatberries…and once you juice it, you drink it! No, it is not delicious. It is beautiful (In my opinion), and it does taste like, well, juiced grass. Why would I drink [...]

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