Sunday, March 22, 2015

Tidbits for March 22nd

Resurrection Rolls Recipe - For Easter! I'm thrilled to have a from-scratch recipe (most recipes call for refrigerated biscuit dough). (Growing In His Grace)

12 Ways 12 People Live on 1 Income - I could definitely use some improvement in many of these areas. (Treasures from a Shoebox)

B is for Be Yourself (And the World Will Be a Better Place) - "Perhaps you’re like me and find it easy to compare your weaknesses to the strengths of others. But the old saying, 'apples to apples' applies to this situation, too because it’s not fair to compare our weaknesses to others’ strengths." (My Joy-Filled Life, Guest Post by Becky of Purposeful Homemaking)

Ten Women Your Daughter Needs to Meet Before She Reaches Adulthood - "Only the Word of God is the firm foundation we can stand upon, but reflecting on faithful saints of the past who stood rock solid on that foundation can be a useful tool in helping us gird up the loins of our minds. Women are swamped with lies and half-truths just as much in our day as ever before." (Raising Homemakers)

8 Age-Defying Reasons Why I Drink Bone Broth - The how, the why, the etceteras! Good stuff here. (Deep Roots at Home)

Myopia Boom - "After studying more than 4,000 children at Sydney primary and secondary schools for three years, they found that children who spent less time outside were at greater risk of developing myopia." I wonder if there's any connection between how much I dislike sunlight and the fact that I was legally blind by  the time I was in junior high. (, hat tip to Mark's Daily Apple)

Probiotics Preven Neuropsychiatric Disorders - "Probiotic supplementation early in life may reduce the risk of neuropsychiatric disorder development later in childhood possible by mechanisms not limited to gut microbiota composition." I would like to see additional research data as to how this could benefit cesarean-born babies in particular. ( Pediatric Research, hat tip to Mark's Daily Apple)

From the Bookshelf

Stinker from Space

Revisiting a childhood favorite.

The Story of Doctor Dolittle

Thankfully I found a version that had not been attacked by historical revisionists.

Especially for locals

Don't forget the Chandler Jazz Festival this coming weekend. We'll see you there!

Have a wonderful week, dear readers! 

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