This post refers to an allergy. Please read my disclaimer and proceed mindfully. For more information on Mammalian Meat Allergy (MMA) also referred to as Alpha-Gal Syndrome, refer to my website Joanna Haley Homestead. Now, onto the cute puppy photo... Our gorgeous, sleepy, 10 week old Border Collie x Jack Russel. Recently we brought home… Continue reading Dog Food for the Mammalian Meat Allergy (MMA) diet
The most important house we will ever live in? Our body.
A few years ago we discovered how important it is to take the extra time to learn why we need to eat fresh food that grows in front of our eyes. Since then, I've aimed to teach parents to teach their children that it's simple to grow and eat real food and that it's easy to… Continue reading The most important house we will ever live in? Our body.
That lady said my kids were wild and unruly!
This is what happened. I took my boys (4yo and 1yo) to the supermarket - very brave, I know. 4yo was superb, sitting in the trolley the whole time, rarely saying a word. 1yo was on foot, trotting backwards and forwards pointing his quirky little 1-finger point, waving, talking and charming. I grabbed them hot… Continue reading That lady said my kids were wild and unruly!
The mum who had a fault and shared it.
Thousands of children around Australia are returning to school this week. It's a time of fresh beginnings, of anxiety, excitement, new friendships and relationships - and not only for the children, because parents are equally feeling the mixed bag of emotions. Parents worry about their children, mostly. But what about ourselves? Do we ever think… Continue reading The mum who had a fault and shared it.
A holistically healthy mindset
Do you believe that that mind and body and spirit are entwined together? At different times in each of our lives we focus on healing either our mind, our body or our spirit. If we can focus on all three areas and care for our mind, body and spirit at the same time, we can unlock the… Continue reading A holistically healthy mindset
Changing perspective using coloured lens
Ever noticed how what we expect almost ALWAYS comes true? How many times do we say, 'I knew it!' Or 'I knew that would happen!' Expectations are a lens that we see life through. It is so incredibly easy to become aware of your lens and take it off, replace it with a different colour.… Continue reading Changing perspective using coloured lens
Why we are all becoming so sensitive
It seems to me that a single day can't pass without learning that a friend, family member or friend-of-a-friend has developed a symptom such as - - food intolerance or radical diet-change such as vegetarianism - allergic reaction - diagnosis of a disease or condition - psychological/hormonal/mood disorders It occurs in my personal life, too.… Continue reading Why we are all becoming so sensitive