"Where you have a plot of land, however small, plant a garden. Staying close to the soil is good for the soul." - Spencer W. Kimball

Nourish your body and your soul!

If you live in Arizona, you probably own a cowboy hat too...

Our beautiful pomegranate tree in full bloom...

If you don't know how to grow vegetables, start with mustard greens. They are prolific and grow like weeds.

A random wagon wheel that lives in my backyard...

Purple top turnips peeking out of the ground before picking...

The Primal Blueprint Cookbook by Mark Sisson...helped me build a base of primal recipes that our family continues to enjoy...


A Little Surprise in My Garden!

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Transitioning to the Primal Lifestyle: 2: Low Carb Flu

May 3, 2012 at 13:48

Little Miss Sicky Poo


As I mentioned in the first post of this series, I got pretty ill for a while after going primal.  I felt so sick and tired that there were a few seriously close calls where I almost quit.  Of course at this point in my life, the last thing I wanted was to feel was […]

Transitioning to the Primal Lifestyle: 1: Where Do I Start?

May 2, 2012 at 15:12

Little Miss Sicky Poo


Have you decided to go primal?  With such a big change on the horizon it is not unlikely that you may be asking yourself “Where do I start?”  Here are a few suggestions on how to begin your primal journey that helped me set the foundation of this new lifestyle in my own life… Educate […]

Transitioning to the Primal Lifestyle

May 2, 2012 at 15:11

Little Miss Sicky Poo


My transition from the Standard American Diet to living primally has been met with many challenges.  When I first decided to make this change I became very ill and it almost forced me to give up my pursuit of this lifestyle.  I also had to figure out how to deal with social events, new ways […]

What does it mean to be “Primal”? Part 1: Real Food

April 3, 2012 at 10:58

Little Miss Sicky Poo


Hearing the phrase “I’m primal” probably conjures up images like this of primitive men running around killing animals with rudimentary tools.  I know it did for me when I first heard it.  Although we don’t wear animal skins, live in caves or use spears to obtain our meals, being “primal” in the modern age has […]