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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Modern Alternative Health Launches Today!

Today is the beginning of an exciting new adventure for me and The Woodwife's Journal!
If you follow Modern Alternative Mama, you know there's a wealth of information there on applying natural/alternative methods and materials to many of our daily tasks from health, food, and family to overall much so that it became an overwhelming job to cover all the health related topics that deserve attention.  Thus the birth of Modern Alternative Health, the newest blog in the Modern Alternative series.

A few months ago, I received a surprising email inviting me to become a contributing writer for Modern Alternative Health!  Me!  What an exciting and challenging opportunity!  Many thanks to MAH editor, Beth Grice for finding me and asking me to be a part of this amazing team!
You may have already read about me and what's happening here at The Woodwife's journal and my interest in natural and herbal alternatives, but if not, read this to get started.
You can read about the rest of the MAH team here.

It's back to school month for many of us and we'll be talking about treating lice, strep throat, preventing illness back to school illness, and how to use some popular herbs.  And that's just September!

Be sure to visit the site to enter some pretty exciting launch week giveaways!

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Much herbal love,
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