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I discovered Ancestral Supplements last week and I am in love. Where have they been all my life? I’ve had a hard summer due to an injury in June, and I’ve never really recovered or healed like a normal person (probably due to my difficult health history). The point is I felt depleted enough to try something new. My sister recommended Ancestral Supplements, so I looked into them. I have been using a different brand of liver pills for years, so the idea of dehydrated or freeze dried organ meats wasn’t completely foreign to me.
I immediately noticed a difference — mainly increased energy and signs of an infection subsiding. This gives me high hopes for the future — I’m definitely going to continue the full month and see what happens.
So how did I choose which ones to buy? The company talks a lot about like supporting like (a good example would be taking Beef Heart if you had a heart problem). That’s a view of health that goes back at least to the Greeks, and it was a normal way of thinking about it because I study a lot of homeopathy and the philosophy there is that like cures like, so it’s along similar lines. Anyhow, I felt (yes, just feelings ha) my organs could use the help and I knew my bone marrow had had some issues the past couple years.
I’ll write a more thorough review after I’ve taken it for a while.
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So did you notice my new site design? Including the updated logo? I told you it was going to happen! It’s nice to have something new and fresh, but even better is that it solved two problems. The first is that Google will stop sending me notices that it doesn’t like my site — apparently the old one wasn’t mobile friendly enough. But second, this new one seems to load much faster than the old one. I didn’t realize it would fix that, but I’m pleased it did.
With that said, I’m sure there are some details we overlooked so if you find any issues, please use the contact form (or contact here in the comments) and let me know.
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Are you interested in leading a Scholé Sisters local group retreat? Because we do so much of the work, there is still plenty of time to plan one for the live event on September 21, 2019. We’ve gotten enough questions lately that I realized many of you still don’t know just how easy it really is! So … if you have a group of local friends that with whom you’d like to have a retreat, click here for more information on how to do so.
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This month in 2017:
I started my “less academic” child on AO for Groups Form III Year A and also made adjustments, which I shared in this post. These turned out to be perfect; we’re doing Year C this year!
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GUYS, my youngest turned ELEVEN yesterday. ELEVEN. How is my baby this OLD???
It’s time for some of that breathing I learned in birthing class, I think.
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This week’s links collection:
- Samantha – In Kansas there were no women, only Dad and Billy and my baby brother from Them Before Us
- The whole site is interesting, actually.
- What price to children pay as the cost for political correctness? It’s often steep — steeper than many realize.
- Will Rascals Defend Our Civilization… and What Books will they Read? from Crisis Magazine
- This is an old one from 2012, but a good reminder of why John Senior placed such importance on reading the 1000 good books.
- Epstein may have gamed the system from beyond the grave from Cleveland Daily Banner
- Wow, this guy was a piece of work.
- “By putting his fortune in a trust, he shrouded from public view the identities of the beneficiaries, whether they be individuals, organizations or other entities. For the women trying to collect from his estate, the first order of business will be persuading a judge to pierce that veil and release the details.”
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