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When I first started this blog, the name “Vintage Nostalgia” seemed fine. My blog was going to be about finding ways to learn from the past and live an old-fashioned lifestyle in our modern world. The name of my blog seemed appropriate at the time – a nostalgia for the “good old days” and a desire to incorporate old-fashioned wisdom into everyday life.
Over the past few months, though, as I’ve been learning new things and posting about them, I’ve realized that my blog has been moving more in the direction of natural health and wellness, and I feel like the name of my blog should reflect that. I also still wanted to include the vintage/old-fashioned/historical aspect that was part of my original blog title, but I wanted my title to have a stronger connection to the topics of natural health, real food, homemade-from-scratch cooking, etc.
So, over the next couple of days, “Vintage Nostalgia” will be transitioning to its new name – “Our Heritage of Health.”
My hope with this new name is to reflect both aspects of this blog – my interest (ok, obsession!) with history and the old-fashioned way of doing things and a focus on natural health and traditional foods. I think that there’s a lot we can learn from the past, from remembering our heritage of a time before chemicals and GMOs were commonplace and food was considered medicine as well as nourishment. I think that there’s a lot we can learn from the wisdom of those those lived in the decades and centuries before us, wisdom that has largely been forgotten by many in our modern age.
I want to thank everyone who has stopped by this blog, liked it on Facebook, and commented on my posts, and I look forward to seeing you all at “Our Heritage of Health” – hopefully soon, if all goes well! 🙂
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