Families all around the world are searching for a simpler, healthier, more affordable way to live. Not unlike the thrifty habits made famous during the Great Depression of the United States in the 1930s, a renewed sense of urgency about doing more with less is taking hold.
Many of us had grandmothers who sewed clothing and household linens from empty flour sacks. This resourcefulness extended into the kitchen, throughout the home, and beyond.
Today, we too can do more with less. Yet, we have the added responsibility of putting the latest information about healthy living into practice.