I celebrate 4 years of really living and to wherever you might be in your paleo journey, please know that you are NOT alone!
For so many people (as in everyone) there is a heck of a lot more involved with this paleo thing than simply changing what we eat. Jason has written some terrific posts about aesthetic goals, Dean has jumped in and blogged about the observations he has made during his interviews with folks who have traveled for a while on this paleo path, and I have
*Note from Sarah: I recently had a chance to interview with Dean Dwyer of Being Primal, and let me tell you, Dean is one amazing dude who has this compelling way of making people laugh hysterically, think deeply, and drive you to tears all at the same time (in a good way of course). Dean offered up this article for the Everyday Paleo blog and
*Please enjoy Kristy’s story of how she regained her health by switching to a paleo lifestyle. My Paleo journey began January 16, 2011. I will never forget that day. For some women it is the threat of swimsuit season that motivates them to lose weight, for me it was ski season. My husband, Chad, and I took our two boys, Shane (6) and Jake (4)
*Not from Sarah: Here’s an inspiring story from blog reader, Christena on how thinking outside the box, focusing on fun, and living life to the fullest helped this family get back to a healthy and happy paleo lifestyle! Christina also shares an interesting observation on how society appears to be simply accepting the fact that the majority of people are continuing to become larger and