Our Story

Hey there! Thanks for coming by!

 

We are sisters by birth, and our “built-in-best-friends” status has continued beyond our parent’s home. ❤
Our names are Sarah & Rebekah, and we live in southern Utah with the Gila Monsters and scorpions. 🦎
We get the giggles if we sit next to each other in church, 🙊 and have a secret love for meme wars. 😆

Some of our favorite topics to write about include:
natural health,
living with special needs,
keeping the faith through hardship, 
and “how-to-deal” in this toxic world

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For the nitty-gritty on each of us, see our personal bios below:

Sarah

Hey there! I have 3 children, and am married to my college sweetheart, Micah. Our youngest was born with the most severe form of Spina Bifida, which catapulted me into the complex world of caring for a loved one with special needs. Navigating a statistic-based medical system has been a difficult learning experience. I believe that parental involvement and advocacy is crucial to achieving a positive experience for children in the cookie-cutter medical system.

Upon being negatively impacted by toxic mold, my family recently moved to the desert for the dry climate. Someday, we hope to own a patch of earth big enough to build a small, toxin-free home.

My hope is in Christ, and my days are filled with home schooling, food prepping (both solid and pureed diets), interspersing life around necessary medical cares, and finding time for the occasional card game with the kids. I'm learning that there's no such thing as a perfect life, and it's filled with more joy and blessings when every moment is viewed as a gift.

Rebekah

Hi! I’m a wellness advocate, writer, stay-at-home mom, and wife on a mission to provide people with the advice and tools they need to lead happier, healthier lives.

Throughout the years, I’ve had my own health setbacks (including illnesses caused by mold exposure in my previous home). That motivated me to research all things health extensively for a good six years. I also worked in geriatric care for nearly a decade.

Eating healthy is one of my biggest passions, but I also enjoy tending to my garden and being in the great outdoors just as much. I even love capturing the beauty of God’s creation through a camera lens. Beyond all that, it’s being a mom that truly gives me inspiration to face each day with resilience. Motherhood is one of the most precious gifts God has given me, and I am grateful.

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