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If you’ve lived anywhere but under a rock, you’ve heard the health craze called gluten-free. You might think it’s all about bread, but gluten is found, or hidden, in many things. Whether you think it’s hype or not, you probably have a friend or two who is trying out this gluten-free fad. If you’re inviting […]
Ever need a natural remedy fast? It’s easy to look something up on the Internet, but boy sometimes you just need to pull out a recipe and get ‘er done without searching and clicking and sorting through 70 websites for what you’re looking for. Even if you have it bookmarked, if you’re like me, you still won’t be able to find it quickly because, ahem, you have about 500 “I want to try that” links saved in your Favorites. I’m learning it’s better to keep a few books with a several good recipes that are quick and easy to find.
Here is one book that fits the bill nicely. Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide by Michele Auger of frugalgranola.com. This 44-page book walks you through preparing basic herbal remedies for you and your family, from childbirth to arthritis, and everything in between!
Naturally prepare for cold/flu season, PMS, headaches, sunburns, postpartum, tummy aches, rashes, and more with over 30 recipes, additional homeopathic suggestions, and healthy-living tips.
If you’re looking to score on a lot of herbal and natural remedies in one place, hop over to Michele’s site and buy this book. You won’t be sorry. She’s awesome.
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With Christmas approaching, don’t forget to pick an Advent book to read! One of our favorites is Tabitha’s Travels. (This is an affiliate link with Amazon, and I will earn a few cents if you buy from my link.)
Ten-year-old Tabitha is separated from her father and uncles when they are mistakenly arrested by the Romans. She must find where the Romans have taken her family and prove their innocence before they are wrongfully convicted and executed. Her adventure sets the stage for an exciting read each night, leaving you on the edge of your seat. But no reading ahead!
With Christmas approaching, don’t forget to pick an Advent book to read! One of our favorites is Bartholomew’s Passage. (This is an affiliate link with Amazon, and I will earn a few cents if you buy from my link.)
Ten-year-old Bartholomew is separated from his family during a Roman raid on his village. He is sold as a slave but escapes and takes refuge with a religious commune that rescues boys such as himself. His adventure sets the stage for an exciting read each night, leaving you on the edge of your seat. But no reading ahead!
When I shop, and especially when I Christmas shop, I search high and low for gifts that are unique and fit my recipient’s personality. I want the gift to really make them light up with excitement. I’m not looking for expensive or big, but fun and out-of-the-ordinary. My three tenets of gift shopping are unique, […]
With Christmas approaching, don’t forget to pick an Advent book to read! One of our favorites is Jotham’s Journey. (This is an affiliate link with Amazon, and I will earn a few cents if you buy from my link.)
Ten-year-old Jotham is accidentally separated from his family. As he searches for them, he meets other travelers, some nice and some very bad. His adventure sets the stage for an exciting read each night, leaving you on the edge of your seat. But no reading ahead!
One of the blogs I read pretty faithfully is Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures. Lynn lives in the country. Just like us. Lynn homeschools. Just like us. Lynn likes to cook from scratch. Just like me. Lynn has food allergies. We have some suspected allergies we are trying to pinpoint and control. We’re practically twins, except that […]
If you’re planning on camping this weekend, or any weekend for that matter, go grab this FREE e-book, The Family Camping Handbook: Real Food in the Big Woods. Regularly $4.95, it’s free just for the weekend. The Family Camping Handbook is full of tips and recipes for tent camping with children. Can it get better […]
Memorial Day is not National Barbecue Day. Shocking, I know. Memorial Day was first proclaimed a holiday in 1868 as a day to place flowers on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers in Arlington Cemetery. By 1890, all the northern states recognized the holiday. After World War I, all the states began recognizing the […]