Book Reviews: Three Inspirational Memoirs on Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is difficult to diagnose, hard to treat, often misunderstood, and tragically impacting many lives around the globe. In this post I am featuring three inspirational memoirs on the topic. Cherie Kephart – A Few Minor Adjustments Synopsis Cherie Kephart traveled the world from the remote villages of Central Africa to the majestic coastlines of New Zealand until a […]

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Book Review: A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings by Helen Jukes

My practical lessons on beekeeping have been on hold throughout winter, but I have enjoyed reading more on the subject. Helen Jukes book is chock full of great information on everything bee related. Synopsis Entering her thirties, Helen Jukes feels trapped in an urban grind of office politics and temporary addresses – disconnected, stressed. Struggling to settle into her latest […]

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Book Review: Greenpeace Captain by Peter Willcox and Ronald Weiss

Greenpeace “defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing responsible solutions for our fragile environment.” Book Synopsis In over 30 years as a senior captain for Greenpeace International, Peter Willcox has been in the vanguard of the international environmentalist movement. He has led crews into battle for the good of the planet […]

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