3 ways to be proactive with your health


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Here at the Homestead, we believe in empowering you to take charge of your health by giving you relevant information about health related issues in the headlines, publishing frequent DIY natural health recipes and projects, and engaging the health and wellness topics that matter most to YOU.

Now it’s time to stop reading, and start acting.


Mommy and “Dr.” Jimmy with hands-on health literacy activities for kids and our fundraiser/poll at the Gilpin County Fair

Engaging with the Homestead is the easiest way to be proactive with your health! Do these three, quick things right now to stay connected to the freshest, healthiest content on the web:

  1. Follow the Holistic Homestead! See that little “plus” sign button on the bottom of your screen? Hit that button, enter your e-mail, et voila! You will now receive an e-mail every time we publish original, informative and health improving content. You can also follow us on Facebook, Pintrest, and Linkedin!
  2. Subscribe to our newsletter! Every month, The Holistic Homestead publishes a hard-copy newsletter that is mailed all over the country – literally, to over 20 die-hard Homestead fans. For just $12/year, you will receive twelve beautiful, self-produced and published newsletters in your mailbox. Not too shabby for a cottage industry/grassroots health movement turned small-fry nonprofit about to rock the holistic health world!
  3. Come to our First Annual Holistic Health Fair! On Saturday, December 17 from 11 am to 5 pm, you have the opportunity to receive some seriously wonderful, hands-on healing from a wide array of holistic practitioners including massage, reiki, nutrition, naturopathy and more! Tickets are only $10 for an “all-you-can-heal” buffet of nourishing, relaxing, deeply healing experiences. Click here to buy your ticket today!


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