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January was a big month for me! I spent almost the entirety of it in Europe – Italy and Germany. I absolutely loved it and I’m really sad for it to be over. Will and I have been talking about moving to Germany for a few years and after this trip I am incredibly supportive and excited by the idea of this! There are many things I love from the trip and I have a lot to be thankful for right now.
Things I Love
- The opportunity to travel and explore new cultures
- Gorgeous churches and small German towns
- Being able to walk or take the train anywhere I needed
- Doing something fun every day, and having people to hang out with every night
- Meeting a new friend who was there for me after a tough two days
- Once again, my amazing fiance who loves me with all his heart no matter what
And, as usually, some of my favorite blog posts of the month:
- Being able to find natural relief from menstrual cramps
- My family got the flu while I was gone and the nettle tea I left them was so helpful, so I’m thankful for that! There are so many benefits of nettle infusions!
- Turmeric and its benefits – I put turmeric on everything I can!
- Speaking of which…Creamy Broccoli Turmeric Soup – yum!
- Non-dogmatic paleo philosophy – I love healthy discussions about lifestyle choices
- German sauerkraut is delicious, and homemade sauerkraut can be just as good. And it can have an extra health boost by making caraway sauerkraut
- Not running out of breakfast ideas! Here’s 95 healthy breakfast recipes for you!
What is something you have loved this month?
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