Blogroll

Inspired by Challies.com, here is my blogroll- enjoy the link love!

Please let me know if you’ve linked to my site. I would be happy to add you to my “Sites that link here” (providing your site is appropriate and family friendly). And please note that I do not necessarily promote those sites that link to my site, so use your own discretion when visiting sites that I have not specifically recommended. Thanks!

My top 8 (in no particular order):
Amy’s Humble Musings
Biblical Womanhood
Small Notebook
Girl Talk
Passionate Homemaking 
Heavenly Homemakers
Frugal Granola
Holy Experience
The Nourishing Gourmet

Family (and friend) blog lovin':
Lifestyle of Learning (my mother-in-law, a very wise woman)
A mother’s musings
Motherhood Apologia

Other blogs I enjoy:
Money Saving Mom
Tammy’s Recipes
Mom of Littles
Handprints on the Wall
Naturally Knocked Up
Cheeseslave
Simple Mom
The Homespun Heart
In Clothesline Alley
The Lylah blog
I’m an Organizing Junkie
Rocks in my Dryer
Preschoolers and Peace
Owlhaven
SortaCrunchy
Days to Come

Blogs that link to me:
Titus 2 Journey
For such a time as this
Sarah’s Musings
Stewardship not Convenience
Keeper of the Home by Jennifer
Ordinary Life, Extraordinary God
River Rock Cottage
Red and Honey
Bee Beautiful


$10 ePantry credit

I've been trying out a new delivery service called ePantry the last little while and I have to say, they're awesome!


I can get cleaning products like Seventh Generation (plus Method or Mrs. Meyers), biodegradable diapers and wipes, eco-friendly sponges and paper products, convenience items like razor blades, soy candles, and natural beauty products, on their super easy-to-navigate site with very reasonable prices.


Want to give it a try? You can, with a free $10 credit off your first order! Just click here to get started!

About Stephanie Langford

Stephanie Langford has a passion for sharing ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes, and carefully steward all that they've been given. She has written three books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed, without going broke and with simple meal planning. She is the creator of Keeper of the Home.

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