100 Days Of Real Food

Author: Lisa Leake
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062324098
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#1 New York Times Bestseller The creator of the 100 Days of Real Food blog draws from her hugely popular website to offer simple, affordable, family-friendly recipes and practical advice for eliminating processed foods from your family's diet. Inspired by Michael Pollan's In Defense of Food, Lisa Leake decided her family's eating habits needed an overhaul. She, her husband, and their two small girls pledged to go 100 days without eating highly processed or refined foods—a challenge she opened to readers on her blog. Now, she shares their story, offering insights and cost-conscious recipes everyone can use to enjoy wholesome natural food—whole grains, fruits and vegetables, seafood, locally raised meats, natural juices, dried fruit, seeds, popcorn, natural honey, and more. Illustrated with 125 photographs and filled with step-by-step instructions, this hands-on cookbook and guide includes: Advice for navigating the grocery store and making smart purchases Tips for reading ingredient labels 100 quick and easy recipes for such favorites as Homemade Chicken Nuggets, Whole Wheat Pasta with Kale Pesto Cream Sauce, and Cinnamon Glazed Popcorn Meal plans and suggestions for kid-pleasing school lunches, parties, and snacks "Real Food" anecdotes from the Leakes' own experiences A 10-day mini starter-program, and much more.

100 Days Of Real Food On A Budget

Author: Lisa Leake
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062668560
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The author of the phenomenal bestselling 100 Days of Real Food series addresses the most common concern of her readers—how to cut out processed food on a tight budget—in this full-color cookbook with shopping lists and prices for each recipe. Millions of American families are discovering the dangers of eating processed food. But wholesome, fresh ingredients can seem more expensive—from buying organic grains, dairy, and produce to the issue of food waste as people learn to plan and cook in new ways. With her hugely popular 100 Days of Real Food blog and her two bestselling books, Lisa Leake has been a leader in helping everyday families move away from processed foods. She also understands the concerns of her followers who want to eat better without breaking the bank! In 100 Days of Real Food: On a Budget she shows readers how to make a variety of unprocessed dishes for $15 or less a recipe. Unlike other budget cookbooks that only calculate the cost per serving (have you ever tried to buy just ¼ cup of sour cream?), this incredibly practical book gives you the exact total cost for all the necessary ingredients for each dish, helping busy families even on the tightest budget plan the meals that will work for them. Lisa provides delicious recipes for breakfast, packed lunch, and dinner, as well as snacks and desserts, including: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes Quiche with an Easy Whole-Wheat Crust Sweet Potato and Black Bean Cakes Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins with Toasted Coconut Green Apple Slaw Chicken Burrito Bowls Cheesy Pasta and Cauliflower Bake Apple Glazed Pork Chops Sausage and Pepper Tacos Asian Chicken Lettuce Cups Oatmeal Cookie Energy Bites Pina Colada Frozen Yogurt Pops In addition to the wallet-friendly recipes, Lisa shares practical secrets for saving money in the kitchen: learning to plan ahead, getting the best deals on staple items, knowing what to make versus what to buy, growing your own herbs, and even reducing waste—which is currently twenty percent of all food purchased!

100 Days Of Real Food Fast Fabulous

Author: Lisa Leake
Editor: William Morrow Cookbooks
ISBN: 9780062433039
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In her first cookbook, 100 Days of Real Food, Lisa Leake revealed how simple it is to think out of the box in the kitchen by replacing unhealthy prepackaged and processed foods with “real food”—mouthwatering meals made with wholesome and familiar ingredients. Now, Lisa is back with 100 quick-and-easy recipes and simple cheat sheets that will work with every family’s busy lifestyle. 100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous gives Lisa’s devoted fans and newcomers exactly what they want, quick and tasty favorites for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and even snacks that are a snap to make. Inside you’ll find recipes sure to please everyone, from Cinnamon Raisin Scones, Couscous and Tomato Salad, and Corn Muffins to Citrus Salad With Crispy Quinoa, Honeydew Green Smoothie, and Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup to Easy Fish Tacos, Parmesan Crusted Chicken, and Chocolate Banana Pops. While some dishes are blog favorites, seventy-five percent are brand new. Along with these family-friendly recipes, 100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous incorporates ideas for adult, big-kid, and little-kid packed lunches and new seasonal meal plans and shopping lists—everything you need for accessible, quick, and real home cooking. Lisa also includes a “CliffsNotes”-style resource section packed with easy guidelines on how to buy real food, supermarket staples (including her Top 10 Shopping Lists by Store), the truth behind more than a dozen grocery store myths, and other handy kitchen tips (such as food prep guides and storage cheat sheets). Making and enjoying healthy meals the whole family will love doesn’t have to be difficult, boring, or expensive. With this essential cookbook, illustrated with color photos for every single recipe, you’ll see just how fast and fabulous good home-cooked meals can be.

100 Days Of Real Food Meal Planner

Author: Lisa Leake
Editor: William Morrow
ISBN: 9780063012400
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The #1 New York Times author of 100 Days of Real Food makes shopping and cooking a snap with this practical, easy-to-use "real food" meal planner, including pull-out reusable weekly menus for delicious whole food dishes the entire family will love. Incorporating whole, unprocessed foods into everyday eating can be difficult without helpful guidance. Lisa Leake has the answer: a meal planner specifically designed to help you plan and stick to your real food journey. The 100 Days of Real Food Meal Planner makes it simple to create weekly menus that let you shop once, stick to unprocessed foods, and enjoy healthy and yummy meals all the time. Lisa provides handy tear-out pages for meal prep planning, grocery lists, and store templates to get the most out of favorite big-name stores, tips and advice for saving time and money at the local supermarket, and 20 fast and family-friendly dinner recipes for starter meal plans to help you ease into prepping weekly menus. You can eat healthy, eat well, and make cooking and grocery shopping a breeze thanks to this invaluable guide.

100 Days Of Real Food Fast Fabulous

Author: Lisa Leake
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062433105
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In her first cookbook, 100 Days of Real Food, Lisa Leake revealed how simple it is to think out of the box in the kitchen by replacing unhealthy prepackaged and processed foods with “real food”—mouthwatering meals made with wholesome and familiar ingredients. Now, Lisa is back with 100 quick-and-easy recipes and simple cheat sheets that will work with every family’s busy lifestyle. 100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous gives Lisa’s devoted fans and newcomers exactly what they want, quick and tasty favorites for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and even snacks that are a snap to make. Inside you’ll find recipes sure to please everyone, from Cinnamon Raisin Scones, Couscous and Tomato Salad, and Corn Muffins to Citrus Salad With Crispy Quinoa, Honeydew Green Smoothie, and Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup to Easy Fish Tacos, Parmesan Crusted Chicken, and Chocolate Banana Pops. While some dishes are blog favorites, seventy-five percent are brand new. Along with these family-friendly recipes, 100 Days of Real Food: Fast & Fabulous incorporates ideas for adult, big-kid, and little-kid packed lunches and new seasonal meal plans and shopping lists—everything you need for accessible, quick, and real home cooking. Lisa also includes a “CliffsNotes”-style resource section packed with easy guidelines on how to buy real food, supermarket staples (including her Top 10 Shopping Lists by Store), the truth behind more than a dozen grocery store myths, and other handy kitchen tips (such as food prep guides and storage cheat sheets). Making and enjoying healthy meals the whole family will love doesn’t have to be difficult, boring, or expensive. With this essential cookbook, illustrated with color photos for every single recipe, you’ll see just how fast and fabulous good home-cooked meals can be.

Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food

Author: Christine Avanti
Editor: Rodale Books
ISBN: 1609613090
File Size: 63,25 MB
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Skinny Chicks Don't Eat Salads author Christine Avanti explains how women and men can control their appetites and lose weight by avoiding the fake and processed foods that are actually making them fatter. Many women think that products labeled "fat-free," "sugar-free," or "lite" are the key to easy weight loss. The truth is that these so-called healthy packaged foods are filled with processed ingredients and chemicals that actually contribute to weight gain by causing us to overeat. In Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food, nutritionist Christine Avanti explains why a diet rich in all-natural produce, whole grains, and lean protein packed with the nutrients responsible for maintaining stable blood sugar levels and speeding up metabolism is by far the more effective option. Avanti draws on the latest research to provide guidelines for what and how often readers should eat to ensure that pounds are dropped—and offers specific meal plans, grocery lists, and a collection of flavorful recipes filled with fresh, seasonal ingredients. A guide to eating real food in a factory-food world, a weight loss plan, and a real-food cookbook in one, Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food will instruct and inspire readers to steer clear of fake food and eat the balanced, all-natural way we were designed to eat.

100 Days Of Real Food Favourite Recipe Diary

Author: Sarah Publishers
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500922788
File Size: 30,66 MB
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100 Day of Real food takes you on a journey away from processed snacks and TV dinners and into a world or health, energy and some good ol' family cooking. so find your favourite recipes and keep them treasured in your own recipe diary! Finding your favourite recipes amongst a plethora of recipes can be a chore especially if you've either lost the page or have cleaned your internet search history for whatever reason...ahem. But with this beautiful diary you can now carry your recipes with you and end the struggle to constantly have to dig through websites and books to find the recipe that mysteriously went missing.

Kid Food

Author: Bettina Elias Siegel
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190862130
File Size: 75,52 MB
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Most parents start out wanting to raise healthy eaters. Then the world intervenes. In Kid Food, nationally recognized writer and food advocate Bettina Elias Siegel explores one of the fundamental challenges of modern parenting: trying to raise healthy eaters in a society intent on pushing children in the opposite direction. Siegel dives deep into the many influences that make feeding children healthfully so difficult-from the prevailing belief that kids will only eat highly processed "kid food" to the near-constant barrage of "special treats." Written in the same engaging, relatable voice that has made Siegel's web site The Lunch Tray a trusted resource for almost a decade, Kid Food combines original reporting with the hard-won experiences of a mom to give parents a deeper understanding of the most common obstacles to feeding children well: - How the notion of "picky eating" undermines kids' diets from an early age-and how parents' anxieties about pickiness are stoked and exploited by industry marketing - Why school meals can still look like fast food, even after well-publicized federal reforms - Fact-twisting nutrition claims on grocery products, including how statements like "made with real fruit" can actually mean a product is less healthy - The aggressive marketing of junk food to even the youngest children, often through sophisticated digital techniques meant to bypass parents' oversight - Children's menus that teach kids all the wrong lessons about what "their" food looks like - The troubling ways adults exploit kids' love of junk food-including to cover shortfalls in school budgets, control classroom behavior, and secure children's love With expert advice, time-tested advocacy tips, and a trove of useful resources, Kid Food gives parents both the knowledge and the tools to navigate their children's unhealthy food landscape-and change it for the better.

Debates For The Digital Age The Good The Bad And The Ugly Of Our Online World 2 Volumes

Author: Danielle Sarver Coombs
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 144080124X
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By evaluating the Internet's impact on key cultural issues of the day, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the seismic technological and cultural shifts the Internet has created in contemporary society. • Includes essays on overarching themes and issues that are essential to understanding Internet culture, including privacy, celebrity, superficiality, and the personal toll online living can have on users • Addresses current Internet material as well as classic memes, sites, and products • Engages readers through a deliberately provocative point of view • Provides a comprehensive examination of the realities surrounding Internet culture, which can be extremely positive or very ugly • Differentiates itself from other examinations of Internet culture through emphasis on continuing themes rather than time-specific content • Takes a distinctly international approach to the topic of today's digital, interconnected world

100 Days Of Real Food Meal Planner Easy

Author: 100 Days Of Real Food publishing
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Millions of American families are discovering the dangers of eating processed foods. But healthy and fresh ingredients may seem more expensive - from buying organic grains, dairy products and products to the issue of food waste where people learn to plan and cook in new ways..in this book I present to you a weekly lunch planner with a shopping list that will help you arrange your own or family meals-6x9 Inches- 120 pages

100 Days Of Real Food Keeping Track Of Progress

Author: Sarah Publishers
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781500954970
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Cooking Clever is there to help keep and cherish your natural cooking recipes and take you on a journey away from processed snacks and TV dinners and into a world or health, energy and some good ol' family cooking. so find your favourite recipes and keep them treasured in your own recipe diary! Finding your favourite recipes amongst a plethora of recipes can be a chore especially if you've either lost the page or have cleaned your internet search history for whatever reason...ahem. But with this beautiful journal you can now track your progress while you endeavour into this new journey of Cooking Clever

Will Write For Food

Author: Dianne Jacob
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0306873982
File Size: 35,70 MB
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Do you love both food and writing and want to know the secrets of bestselling cookbook authors, successful food bloggers and freelance writers? Noted journalist and writing instructor Dianne Jacob combines over 20 years of experience to teach you how to take your passion from the plate to the page. With tips for crafting your best work, getting published, and turning your passion into cash, Jacob will transform you from starving artist into well-fed writer. Whether you’ve been writing for years or are just starting out, this updated edition of Will Write for Food offers what you need to know to succeed and thrive, including: A new chapter on how to create a strong voice for your writing Diverse voices on the changing landscape of food writing How to self-publish your dream cookbook Building a social media following, with photography tips The keys to successful freelancing for publications and websites Engaging, provocative writing exercises to get the juices flowing

The Communication Scarcity In Agriculture

Author: Jessica Eise
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317231295
File Size: 31,49 MB
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Today, the general public craves information on food and agriculture with an unprecedented passion. But the agricultural sector, unaccustomed to an interested and inquisitive society, has largely failed to respond to the public’s demands for information. Instead, corporations, time-pressed journalists, bloggers, media celebrities, film-makers, authors and concerned consumers jumped in to fill the void. Food is emotional, and these players - some well-intentioned and others not - got a lot of traction playing off consumer fears of the unknown. This critical and timely book explains how changing demographics, cultural shifts, technological advances and agriculture’s silence all combined to create the perfect storm – a great chasm between those who know, and those who don’t know, agriculture. The ramifications of a poorly-informed consumer base are now becoming clear in our policy debates and consumer-driven business decisions. There is a lot of common ground between the agricultural sector and their consumer base, but each group largely fails to appreciate it, and the consequences of such a divide grow increasingly dire. Drawing on a wide-range of expertise, from leading agricultural researchers to major agribusiness leaders to consumer advocates, Eise and Hodde lay out exactly why communication is so urgently critical to our modern-day agricultural system. They outline the major themes affecting agricultural communication – perception, emotion, technology, science - and what we can do now to improve the debate and safeguard our future food supply for generations to come.This book is suitable for those who study agriculture, environmental economics and mass media and communication.

The 7 Secrets Of Raising Happy Eaters

Author: Karen Le Billon
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349404453
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Are mealtimes with your kids a source of frustration? Ever wonder how on earth to get them to eat the recommended five servings of fruits and veggies per day (or even per week)? The 7 Secrets of Raising Happy Eaters is a practical and engaging guide for parents eager to get past their children's food resistance - or to avoid it altogether. The book introduces 7 Secrets of Raising Eager Eaters. Secrets include: Secret 1: Teach your child to eat, just like you teach them to read! Secret 6: 'Teach me to do it myself'. Child participation is every parent's secret weapon. Karen LeBillon, author of French Kids Eat Everything, coaches readers through the process of taste training, including strategies, games and experiments that will encourage even reluctant eaters to branch out. Over 100 delicious, kid-tested, age-appropriate recipes lead families step-by-step through the process of learning to love new foods, enabling kids to really enjoy the foods we know they should be eating. Wise and compelling, The 7 Secrets of Raising Happy Eaters is grounded in revolutionary new research on the science of taste. Packed full of observations from real-life families, it provides everything parents need to transform their children - from babies to toddlers to teens -into good eaters for life.

Food Babe Kitchen

Author: Vani Hari
Editor: Hay House
ISBN: 140196012X
File Size: 77,93 MB
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Ditch processed foods and feed yourself and your family the cleanest, healthiest food on the planet by stocking your kitchen, shopping and cooking with Food Babe Kitchen. Over 100 mouthwatering recipes from Healing Turmeric Hummus and Glowing Green Juice to Sweet Potato Waffles with Cinnamon Whipped Butter and Almond Butter Freezer Fudge will show readers how delicious and simple it is to eat healthy, real food. Easy-to-follow directions, eye-catching photography and simple substitutions to accommodate vegan, dairy-free, grain-free and other diets, make this the ultimate guide to getting back into the kitchen to create healthful meals for yourself and those you love. Say good-bye to the Standard American Diet and set your own standards for your health! 'I hope to inspire people to cook in a way of life that has dramatically improved my health, energy levels, and weight. I cannot wait to share what's cooking in my kitchen with the world!' - Vani Hari

The Food Babe Way

Author: Vani Hari
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316376450
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A #1 national bestseller. Cut hidden food toxins, lose weight, and get healthy in just 21 days. Did you know that your fast food fries contain a chemical used in Silly Putty? Or that a juicy peach sprayed heavily with pesticides could be triggering your body to store fat? When we go to the supermarket, we trust that all our groceries are safe to eat. But much of what we're putting into our bodies is either tainted with chemicals or processed in a way that makes us gain weight, feel sick, and age before our time. Luckily, Vani Hari -- aka the Food Babe -- has got your back. A food activist who has courageously put the heat on big food companies to disclose ingredients and remove toxic additives from their products, Hari has made it her life's mission to educate the world about how to live a clean, organic, healthy lifestyle in an overprocessed, contaminated-food world, and how to look and feel fabulous while doing it. In The Food Babe Way, Hari invites you to follow an easy and accessible plan to rid your body of toxins, lose weight without counting calories, and restore your natural glow in just 21 days. Including anecdotes of her own transformation along with easy-to-follow shopping lists, meal plans, and mouthwatering recipes, The Food Babe Way will empower you to change your food, change your body, and change the world.

100 Days Of Real Food Cookbook

Author: Lauren Lyman
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN:
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100 Days Of Real Food Cookbook Get your copy of the most unique recipes from Lauren Lyman ! Do you miss the carefree years when you could eat anything you wanted?Are you looking for ways to relive the good old days without causing harm to your health?Do you want an ideal way to preserve your food?Do you want to lose weight? Are you starting to notice any health problems?Do you want to learn to prep meals like a pro and gain valuable extra time to spend with your family? If these questions ring bells with you, keep reading to find out, Healthy Weekly Meal Prep Recipes can be the best answer for you, and how it can help you gain many more health benefits! Whether you want to spend less time in the kitchen, lose weight, save money, or simply eat healthier, meal prep is a convenient and practical option and your family can savor nutritious, delicious, homemade food even on your busiest days. In this book: This book walks you through an effective and complete anti-inflammatory diet-no prior knowledge required. Learn how to shop for the right ingredients, plan your meals, batch-prep ahead of time, and even use your leftovers for other recipes.and detailed nutritional information for every recipe, 100 Days Of Real Food Cookbook is an incredible resource of fulfilling, joy-inducing meals that every home cook will love. In addition, 2 weeks of meals-a 14-day schedule of meals, including step-by-step recipes and shopping lists for each, with tips on what you can prepare ahead of time to get dinner or meal on the table faster. Let this be an inspiration when preparing food in your kitchen with your love ones for the Holiday. It would be lovely to know your cooking story in the comments sections below. Again remember these recipes are unique so be ready to try some new things. Also remember that the style of cooking used in this cookbook is effortless. I really hope that each book in the series will be always your best friend in your little kitchen.

Earth Detox

Author: Julian Cribb
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108944272
File Size: 20,72 MB
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Every person on our home planet is affected by a worldwide deluge of man-made chemicals and pollutants - most of which have never been tested for safety. Our chemical emissions are six times larger than our total greenhouse gas emissions. They are in our food, our water, the air we breathe, our homes and workplaces, the things we use each day. This universal poisoning affects our minds, our bodies, our genes, our grandkids, and all life on Earth. Julian Cribb describes the full scale of the chemical catastrophe we have unleashed. He proposes a new Human Right - not to be poisoned. He maps an empowering and hopeful way forward: to rid our planet of these toxins and return Earth to the clean, healthy condition which our forebears enjoyed, and our grandchildren should too.

Food And Femininity

Author: Kate Cairns
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0857855565
File Size: 33,57 MB
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Over the space of a few generations, women's relationship with food has changed dramatically. Yet – despite significant advances in gender equality – food and femininity remain closely connected in the public imagination as well as the emotional lives of women. While women encounter food-related pressures and pleasures as individuals, the social challenge to perform food femininities remains: as the nurturing mother, the talented home cook, the conscientious consumer, the svelte and health-savvy eater. In Food and Femininity, Kate Cairns and Josée Johnston explore these complex and often emotionally-charged tensions to demonstrate that food is essential to the understanding of femininity today. Drawing on extensive qualitative research in Toronto, they present the voices of over 100 food-oriented men and women from a range of race and class backgrounds. Their research reveals gendered expectations to purchase, prepare, and enjoy food within the context of time crunches, budget restrictions, political commitments, and the pressure to manage health and body weight. The book analyses how women navigate multiple aspects of foodwork for themselves and others, from planning meals, grocery shopping, and feeding children, to navigating conflicting preferences, nutritional and ethical advice, and the often-inequitable division of household labour. What emerges is a world in which women's choices continue to be closely scrutinized – a world where 'failing' at food is still perceived as a failure of femininity. A compelling rethink of contemporary femininity, this is an indispensable read for anyone interested in the sociology of food, gender studies and consumer culture.

More Than Just Making It

Author: Erin Odom
Editor: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310349532
File Size: 11,80 MB
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When you’re trapped in a cycle of financial frustration, and you feel like you’ve tried everything only to end up with more month than money yet again, More Than Just Making It is your promise and pathway to thriving again. Take it from someone who’s been there. Erin Odom grew up in the private schools and neatly manicured lawns of Upper Middle Class America, but was thrown into low-income living during the economic crash. She was a stay-at-home-mom, her husband was supporting the family on a teacher’s salary, and despite the fact that they had no debt to their name, they were scrambling to make ends meet. Suddenly Erin found herself standing in line for food stamps, turning down play dates because she couldn’t afford the gas, and ultimately walking into bankruptcy court in the eighth month of her third pregnancy. More Than Just Making It tells the story of their breaking point, as well as the triumph of their comeback. It took hard work, creativity, and faith in God’s provision to reset their bank account as well as their hearts, but ultimately they found a new way to thrive and freedom from financial anxiety. You can do the same. Learn how Erin and her family saved enough money to put $30,000 down on a home, buy a minivan in cash, and begin sending their daughter to private Christian school. More Than Just Making It will encourage readers to rise above their circumstances, empower them with money-saving tips, and reimagine the good life as God designed it outside the myth of the American Dream.