If you're in the thick of running a home and kiddos and all of the craziness that comes along... are you kinda sorta maybe a wee bit busy? Would it be helpful to have a boatload of mama-tested healthy whole foods recipes at your fingertips instead of random google searching every … [Read more...] about An Entire Library of eBooks for Homemakers? Yes, Please!
Archives for April 2013
The Raising Healthy Families Series continues today with this story of healing and avoiding surgery through alternative methods, by Jennifer Lambert. "Learn about how I massaged my daughter out of a major leg surgery using essential oils and the power of prayer. After visiting … [Read more...] about Using Alternative Healing Methods to Avoid a Leg Surgery (Jennifer’s Story)
Hello friends. First a little piece of news: we have decided to end Your Green Resource as a regular weekly link-up. It has had a fun season of green goodness, but the time has come to bid adieu. There are a ton of link-ups out there for you to enjoy, and we all feel that we'd like to … [Read more...] about Your Green Resource + an announcement (featuring a compelling discussion on “Dietary Insignificant” ingredients in food items)
Hey friends! Have you heard the buzz? Two of my awesome blogging friends have teamed up to organize an absolutely amazing opportunity for us all. Remember the Natural Living ebook bundle sale from last fall? That sale was so crazy popular that Steph and Erin decided to put together an … [Read more...] about Coming Soon! The Ultimate Homemaking ebook Bundle Sale!
Welcome back to the Raising Health Families series, join us each week as we take a look at different ways to keep your family healthy and vibrant in a not-so-healthy world. Written by Justyn Lang of Creative Christian Mama. When a woman is pregnant or is trying to conceive, … [Read more...] about Natural Sources of Folic Acid
I have an announcement: I hate this diet. I am struggling big time. Here's the thing... it's honestly not just about junk food cravings. Allow me to explain? BEFORE Whole 30 We ate pretty decently before and had a few minor health issues but nothing huge (sometimes tummy … [Read more...] about The Whole 30 Experiment: We’re Halfway Finished!
Good Saturday morning, dear friends. I am writing to you from a very messy master bedroom that is yet to be unpacked from the day we moved in, nearly one month ago. We are at that point where you've unpacked the essentials, and just tend to turn a blind eye to the remaining "stuff" … [Read more...] about Weekend Links
Post by contributor, Dea' Daniels. Once upon a time, I lived and worked on pristine mountain ranch. The property was breath-taking, the work was challenging, and the houses could have graced the cover of any high-end home magazine. It was nice! One of my responsibilities was to … [Read more...] about Make Your Own: All-Over Home Balm
It's no surprise that when you commit to preparing healthier food for your family, you also commit to spending at least a little more time in the kitchen. And if you're following this series on Raising Healthy Families, you're probably doing it with kids. Stephani from The … [Read more...] about Peace on Purpose: Managing Kids & the Kitchen