Vinegar Update & Jesus

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I really do recommend trying apple cider vinegar. I typically added about a teaspoon to a big glass of water. Warning: it is an acquired taste (I think I acquired it on about day 4…)! My husband unknowingly took a sip and exclaimed “WHAT are you drinking?!?” I wish I could tell you exactly how it’s had a positive influence on me this past month (maybe I slept more efficiently? clearer complexion?) but here’s a list I found of health benefits.
I debated whether or not I’d admit this but I found myself last week with my first experience with dandruff. I know, gross. Naturally, I googled what to do and what appeared in my results but “apple cider vinegar.” Isn’t the universe funny sometimes? Thirty four years sans dandruff and it appears this month? I’m happy to report, it worked. 🙂

This year, I am very ready for the holidays.  We’ve decorated the tree, shopped for  Christmas gifts, bought Nutcracker tickets, made a gingerbread house, and purchased the coolest Advent calendar.  But of course, Jesus is the reason for the season, right?  My 2012 church attendance was poor and I’ve been craving some more spiritual connection in my life for some time.  This month, I’m going to carve time out of these busy days and pray, reflect, and focus on what’s important.

Wishing you all whatever you need this month- be it spiritual connection, better sleep, time with friends and family or half a billion dollars.  I’m so grateful to you, reading this blog for three years!

P.S. If you’ve ever wondered, I do strive to have the strangest mix of tags on this blog.  I wonder if there’s some blog award out there for most bizarre blog tags? 😉

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2 responses »

  1. I am trying apple cider vinegar NOW! I don’t even know what all it’s good for, but I’m sure I could use any and all health benefits! 🙂

  2. Pingback: So long, December! Farewell, 2012! « The Resolution Revolution

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