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The Ultimate Homemaking Collection with Special Exclusive Bonus Offers!

By | April 23, 2014

By popular demand, 100+ homemaking bloggers are bringing back The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, and it’s better than ever! The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a complete library of great eBooks on homemaking—a truly valuable knowledge base you’ll use for many years to come. Unlike a library, though, you don’t have to spend years building it up. Read More

Homemade Sausage: with a hidden superfood

By | April 22, 2014

  There are many reasons why you might want to DIY sausage with all homemade ingredients. It may be difficult to find pastured sausage, it may be more expensive, or you may be trying to avoid sugar which is in many sausages. Or…because you want to hide liver in it. Liver has a lot of Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: 5 Ways to Feel Calmer and Cleaner During “That Time of the Month”

By | April 21, 2014

Image credit This post is sponsored by Earth Mama Angel Baby. “That time of the month.” Some women flat-out dread it.  It’s messy, it comes with cramps, fatigue, and moodiness.  Who needs it? Except, honestly, we all do.  It’s a normal and healthy part of an adult woman’s life.  A regular period is a sign Read More

DIY Snack Bags

By | April 21, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Kat. Kat is a self proclaimed “red-neck country wife” to one wonderfully amazing man, mother to many outrageous children, daughter of the ONE Glorious God. Learning to be more self-reliant & self-sufficient in a semi-homemade, homesteading way! How many bags (baggies) do you go through each and every Read More

What Herbs Are Best For You?

By | April 19, 2014

Recently I was given an opportunity to try a new experience on the Traditional Medicinals site.  They’re a company that makes delicious, organic herbal teas.  I had used their pregnancy tea when I was pregnant with my second baby, so we actually reached out to them.  They had an interesting program going on that I Read More

Making Postpartum ‘Padsicles’ (Plus Bonus Perineum Healing Spray!)

By | April 18, 2014

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is from Karli Von Herbulis who lives just outside of Baltimore, MD with her husband Matt and their daughter, Hallelujah, born January 2014! She is the blogger behind Feed Me, Mama, as well as the co-author of Set Apart: Becoming a Woman of Virtue in a Modern World. She is passionate about natural Read More

Recipe Collection: Chocolate-Raspberry Ice Cream

By | April 17, 2014

**This post contains affiliate links.** This month, being DIY month, means you get all the good stuff.  Plus, Easter is this Sunday, so you’ll need a treat to celebrate.  Right? Seriously, how delicious does that ice cream look?  I promise…it tastes even better.  It’s rich, creamy, sweet, and filled with slightly sour raspberry goodness.  It’s Read More

Kool-Aid Playdough

By | April 17, 2014

By Danielle Faucher, Contributing Writer My mother is an art teacher. You can only imagine the crazy projects and fun we had as kids. I have since been recreating some of those activities with my own children. Our favorite? Kool-Aid Playdough. It’s easy to make, the ingredients are easily found at the grocery store, the Read More

The One Where I Tell You A Story About Illness….

By | April 16, 2014

Image by TheGiantVermin I have a story to tell you.   You decide what to make of it.  It’s only a story, my personal experience.  I’ll share my own thoughts and conclusions about it, but feel free to reject them and come to your own.  This is purely anecdotal, and not scientific in any way.  Read More

How to Make Postpartum Teas for After-Birth Pain and Depression

By | April 16, 2014

Image Credit The moments and days following birth are some of the most special memories a momma can have. I always look back so fondly on these times. But the time following birth also comes with its pains and trials. In the days following birth, mothers will experience after-birth pains as the uterus contracts and Read More

Rooibos Allergy Tea

By | April 15, 2014

It’s spring time and with new life coming up everywhere comes seasonal allergies for many people. If I had to pick one time of year to perpetually live inside, it would be spring. Over the past 16 years or so my poor body has been plagued with horrible allergies. I mean HORRIBLE, can’t move, can barely Read More

Dear Friends and Family, I Have a Confession: We Don’t Vaccinate (Yet)

By | April 14, 2014

Image by Greg Hinson Dear Friends and Family, I have a confession to make.  It’s really important to me that you hear me out on this one.  I love you and value your friendship and your support.  This is a really hot topic right now, and I face a lot of judgment for it.  It’s Read More

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