Real Food on the Road

How do you stick with your real food eating when on the road for vacation or work? Or do you just not worry about it?

Road Trip Car- stock photo from Chevy showing the type of car we drive. It's on the small side but we love it.

For this month’s installment of Someone […]

Money v. Time: The End

Wrap Up!

Money v. Time has now concluded. This was the most recent installment of the series Someone Else’s Shoes. While this experience was slightly different than usual since for the Money part of the experience we used my family’s actual food budget and the way we really shop. Be sure to check out the […]

Wyoming Herdshares in Jeopardy- We Need Your Help!

I received word late Friday night that the Wyoming Department of Agriculture is attempting to prohibit cow and goat shares in Wyoming. They are attempting to add rules and regulations which have the effect of law unless we stop them.

 

A Weston A. Price Chapter Leader here in Wyoming discovered this proposed rule change […]

Someone Else’s Shoes: Meet Merissa

Don’t you love taking a peek into the life of someone else? If you said yes, I’d say you are not alone. Just take a look at all of the ‘reality’ shows on TV (okay, I have to say I don’t really think those are ‘reality’ but hey, that is how they are marketed).

At […]

Time: May 7 to 13— A BUST!

This is supposed to be week 3 of the latest installment to the series Someone Else’s Shoes. This experience is Money v. Time. On Monday, I posted our spending for May 7 to 13. Today I am supposed to have a long post for the time part.

But I don’t.

Keeping track of my time […]

Winner! Gluten and Dairy-Free Traditional Foods eCourse

It’s that time! Time to announce the winner of the Gluten and Dairy-Free Traditional Foods eCourse.

But first, if you were not the winner you can still take this eCourse and save 15% doing so by using the coupon code REALFOOD and if you sign-up before Wednesday, May 14 KerryAnn is also including a copy […]

Money: May 7 to 13

“The mint makes it first, it is up to you to make it last.” Evan Esar (American Humorist, 1899-1995)

Week 3 of the ‘accounting’ report for the money part of the current installment of the series Someone Else’s Shoes (boy, that is a mouthful). This part is a little bit different than usual […]

Making the Most of a Small Space Garden

Last week I shared pictures of our land, mostly in its bare state, from when we first moved here. We have 2 acres in Central Wyoming. We’ve had plenty of challenges since moving here in the area of gardening and homesteading. I was relating my tales of woe in one of my newsletters. Many people […]

Time: April 30 to May 6

Week 2 of the latest installment to the series Someone Else’s Shoes. This experience is Money v. Time. On Monday, I posted our spending for April 30 to 06. Today I have a long post for the time part.

I tried to be detailed so you could see exactly what I did with my time […]

Gluten and Dairy-Free eCourse Review and Giveaway

We started our real food journey in January of 2009 after reading Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig. I’ve have mentioned several times (so much that I probably sound like a broken record) that we made changes very slowly in order to accommodate our budget and to make lasting changes.

KerryAnn of […]

Don’t Compost It, Cook It– Giveaway Winner

 

This winner was chosen by random.org and then verified. We had 59 entries to the giveaway/sweepstakes.

 

 

Comment #16 Kirstin (kirstinr****** @ gmail), “I like Real Food for Less on facebook.” (And she does!)

Congratulations Kirstin! Watch for an email from me (realfoodforlessmoney at gmail […]

Money: April 30 to May 6

“The mint makes it first, it is up to you to make it last.” Evan Esar (American Humorist, 1899-1995)

Week 2 of the ‘accounting’ report for the money part of the current installment of the series Someone Else’s Shoes (boy, that is a mouthful). This part is a little bit different than usual […]

What if the Family is not on Board? Plus a bit of a Rant…

I have a confession to make, I’ve been feeling a little frustrated lately. There have been several online conversations lately that have me questioning our real food journey and if it’s ‘good enough’.

You see, while we do strive for a real food diet we do not eat 100% real food. We are about […]

Happy 3 Year Anniversary to us!

Three years ago today we arrived in Wyoming.

The trip here had actually started in July of the year before. We came on a road trip from Oregon to see if we even liked Wyoming before deciding to change our lives and move here.

Before we made it back to Oregon we were on […]

Time: April 23 to 29

Week 1 of the latest installment to the series Someone Else’s Shoes. This experience is Money v. Time. On Monday, I posted our spending for April 23 to April 29. Today I have a super long post for the time part.

I tried to be detailed so you could see exactly what I […]