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  1. I have to agree with you there, too, Ingvildr. ...

    I have to agree with you there, too, Ingvildr.

    I was contemplating on this in regards to some of my friend's children, and how "high needs" some of them were relative to DS. That is definitely...
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    I teach yoga and run my own mobile yoga company.

    I teach yoga and run my own mobile yoga company.
  3. That sounds truly jangles the deep nerves in my...

    That sounds truly jangles the deep nerves in my body. My son was raised in a very low stimulation environment (still is, relatively), and was worn/held/fed on demand from the beginning. He hardly...
  4. We do a lot of this with DS from the beginning,...

    We do a lot of this with DS from the beginning, and he didn't cry often (truly only when needed as a baby -- and very few needs went unmet), and is a very happy, well adjusted kid today. He gets...
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    Basically, you'll need one of the larger moving...

    Basically, you'll need one of the larger moving companies, and then you just call them up and they give you estimates.
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    Well, the longest living Japanese mostly eat...

    Well, the longest living Japanese mostly eat potatoes and fish. There are, apparently, several kinds of sweet potatoes in Japan, and different areas have different ones (if we're talking about...
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    For me it depends upon how much you have to move....

    For me it depends upon how much you have to move. If it's a lot of stuff, and relatively delicate, then pros can be very helpful. If it's not a lot of stuff and not that delicate, then DIY is fine....
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    probably how you stand does this. If you use your...

    probably how you stand does this. If you use your gluteus to support your pelvis, your belly will probably align no problems.
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    Everyone's mentioned Denise Minger's site about...

    Everyone's mentioned Denise Minger's site about what vegan's should do (i think it's rawsos.com -- and there's a page for vegans). And there's a paleo author who wrote some book to help vegans, too....
  10. you learn how to learn outside of the classroom....

    you learn how to learn outside of the classroom. :) it's not hard to keep learning.
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    NZ is one of my favorite places n earth but if ...

    NZ is one of my favorite places n earth but if you're going to do tolkein tours, do let me recommend someone for your wellington-based day tour. I know *the* guy to do a tour with.

    Beond that,...
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    I would recommend getting a juicer. Craig's list...

    I would recommend getting a juicer. Craig's list often has used ones, and you can also try your local, Facebook based "garage sale" sites. My first juicer cost me $35 (for a $200 juicer). I burned it...
  13. We make ours in a crock pot, which doesn't use as...

    We make ours in a crock pot, which doesn't use as much power.

    In the alternative, you can make your own "crock pot" with basically some insulated boxes (or bags). There are lots of DIY things...
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    Yup. water retention is normal. I don't...

    Yup. water retention is normal.

    I don't retain as much as I used to anymore; but it is normal.
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    Sounds like a good surgery and a bit of a wait --...

    Sounds like a good surgery and a bit of a wait -- do you find it tolerable to wait that long? If not, you might be able to get insurance and go private (I don't know exactly what the rules may be on...
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    I hate Obamacare because it doesn't change...

    I hate Obamacare because it doesn't change anything about the current system. It just makes it possible for the messed up insurance system to still control medical care in the US, which does very...
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    I don't think it's important to eat animal...

    I don't think it's important to eat animal protein everyday, contrary to local belief. I have no qualms with how other people want to eat, of course, and both my son and partner have animal products...
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    Yeah, I've seen it. I'm also not vegan, so. ....

    Yeah, I've seen it.

    I'm also not vegan, so. . . no big deal.

    It's also interesting. When I do paleo/primal, I eat about 1600 calories/day while I eat 2400/day on the vegetarian. Both types of...
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    yup. could be posture, could be fat, could be...

    yup. could be posture, could be fat, could be muscle (some of us are shaped differently there.

    i've been doing 6 days "raw til 4" vegan and 1 day that plus meat or eggs (usually beef when it's...
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    It's a real bummer that your yoga teacher...

    It's a real bummer that your yoga teacher couldn't help you in this process. Though maybe you never spoke to that person. Though, these days, yoga teachers don't seem to know much.

    My guess is...
  21. Thread: Making music

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    We sing a lot, all day -- usually together,...

    We sing a lot, all day -- usually together, sometimes singly.

    I'm learning to play ukulele. :)
  22. Just sell your share. I'm sure someone will be...

    Just sell your share. I'm sure someone will be interested in it. Possibly 3 families. Contact you local Weston A Price foundation group, and they'll be snapped up quick. :)
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    Sounds like things are exciting where you are, G....

    Sounds like things are exciting where you are, G.

    We are enjoying our summer in the US, but still terribly missing NZ. We are hoping to grow the business enough this year to visit next year...
  24. Have you looked into juicing cabbage? I know a...

    Have you looked into juicing cabbage? I know a lot of folks with IBS have done well with cabbage juice in their diet.
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    I think there's lots to consider. First, that...

    I think there's lots to consider.

    First, that your medications might hold the side effect of weight gain, which could greatly impact your ability to lose weight. One of my dear friends gained 30...
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