About lunar milk

I started this blog to get over my inability to finish what I start writing. For better or worse, new blogs will be posted in whatever form they take. And I’m convinced this will be good for me. Growth! Acceptance! Conquering fears! Huzzah!

What you might find on this blog:

  • Wins and losses in the ongoing food fight to wrangle a decent meal out of my kitchen

Since July 2012, I’ve followed the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. This gluten-free, starch-free, processed food-free, paleo-esque diet is designed to control digestive disorders. It’s been doing wonders for me, but not all my culinary undertakings turn out as planned.

  • Inspiring/creative/amusing/thought-provoking things that have recently caught my attention
  • Lists (love me some lists!)
  • And likely other things as this blog gets up and running. I have a few other ideas kicking around…

 

What is lunar milk? Well, moonmilk was taken, so I had to start somewhere. Moonmilk is a crystalline cave deposit that was used to treat heartburn up until the 1800’s. So, obviously…really great stuff. Who wouldn’t want to model their blog name on something so awesome?

4 thoughts on “About lunar milk

  1. Aspiretomudder from fito here. I’ve added you to my RSS feed and look forward to more writing (complete or otherwise) from you.

    If I may make a suggestion: Tumblr is great for writers with ADD. Having the attention span of a squirrel on ritalin, I can vouch for that.

    • Thanks! I have a Tumblr account as well, but I’ve found I use it more for quotes, single photos, and other blips. It’s fully psychological, however, I’m finding I do more writing with this blog. Hope you’re enjoying it so far!

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