Only 6 more weeks of Winter? Oh please. This is Minnesota.
“Backyard Bob” says another 6 months is more like it. Ha.
All three of the books presented at the signing are outstanding resources for anyone starting or continuing their Paleo journey, especially those with autoimmune conditions. As someone who has been through the healing process from two autoimmune disorders (Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Celiac) I can attest to the effectiveness of this lifestyle change.
Nearly four months ago, I gave birth to a healthy, happy baby boy at the age of 47.
Testimony to the healing power of the Paleo lifestyle, if ever there was. And I was back to my pre-pregnancy weight by Christmas, without “dieting” or “exercise” – as a matter of fact, the pants I’m wearing in the picture fit better now than before I got pregnant last year.
I highly encourage you to peruse both websites and all the books, as they have been of great help to me these past three years living the life. [The Resources tab at the top of this page provides a list and links to the many great contributors I personally respect and follow online.]
Happy New Year! I wish you HEALTH, wealth and happiness.
(Health most of all, because without it, the rest is moot.)
A lot has happened in the two years since I began writing this blog.
Thank you so much to all who read and support me here at Pamela’s Paleo Life.
I have not posted much since Spring, as I have been quite busy living my life in the real world – as have so many of the Paleo bloggers this year. Sometimes the internet can be a drag and you just need a break.
Besides, having a baby is rather all-consuming – at any age – but especially in your late forties.
I do intend to post about Paleo Pregnancy and being an older mother with the intention of sharing hope with others. It may take a little time, as we are still in the sleep-deprived state of newborn bliss. Max is nearly three months old now and sleeping more, but he has impeccable timing and wakes us just when we reach our deepest sleep state. Oy.
We also recently lost my father-in-law to pancreatic cancer, so there have been two really big changes to our family this Fall.
Anyway, here’s to two years of blogging!
I haven’t posted much lately, as I have been a little busy living life in the real world…
Today is Black Cat Appreciation Day.
We love you, Raven!!
She’s right, you know…