Christmas overload

We seem to be suffering from a bit of Christmas overload over here. :-) While the holidays are always my favorite time of year and this year in particular we made sure we had plenty of downtime at home, it still seems that the extra busyness has run it’s course. My poor husband has been feeling less than great and my son *sigh* well, he’s been quite the pill lately. Being off schedule for so many days plus the fact that nutrition for him has been less than stellar, he’s been having some major meltdowns as we acclimate ourselves back to normal.

Just one quick update for you all:

Next week, we’ll be starting a sugar detox! I know I surely need one and if any of you are like me at all, you need it too! So, we’ll be starting small (don’t worry, I’m not gonna put you all into shock here) and it will be a gradual process so it’s something everyone can handle. I hope you all join in, and I’ll have a bloggy button and everything ready for you when the time comes.

I’ve missed you all, and have so many ideas now, but I’m making myself take this week off so that I can clean up our Christmas decorations and work on some of my normal year end stuff here at home. Plus with my hubby having some extra days off both this week and last, we’ve been enjoying the time we have as a family.

Hope you all have a safe and happy new year!!

About Donielle

Donielle is an amateur herbalist and natural momma to two littles (with another babe in heaven) after dealing with being less than fertile. She has a passion for nourishing nutrition, natural living, and spreading the word on how food truly affects our health.


  1. Randy and April says:

    How timely! I was planning on working on my sugar addiction this year, but didn’t quite know where to start. I’m looking forward to your post!

  2. Wonderful! I am hoping that my transition to little/no sugar will be slightly easier since I am heading off to a third world country in 6 days. But I know that it will still take a lot of effort to eat the way my body needs (I have PCOS) for the rest of my life. *smiles*