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What the Hands and Feet of Jesus Look Likeby  

Weary to the bone, and emotionally upside down, my brain feels saturated with images and stories, but firing on too few pistons to really tell them. That's where I'm at as I attempt to write this post and somehow convey... Read More

What Does It Take to Change a Life?by  

Though rather bleary-eyed from a day and a half of travel and far too few hours of shut eye (but thankfully enhanced by an amazing breakfast and stellar cup of coffee), our group headed off to the Compassion headquarters in... Read More

Lessons I’ve Learned In Frugalityby  

Written by Beth Corcoran, Contributing Writer I will be honest with you. When I found out that I needed to write about frugality for my blog post this month, my heart sunk.  You see, frugality is something that I have... Read More

Saving Money by Using Clothby  

Cloth.  Such a simple word.  Only five letters.  But, oh, what a money saver! Think about all the paper products you use during the day.  How many of them do you throw away once they've been used? Now think about... Read More

How Green and Simple Living Becomes Generous Living (and Giveaway Winners!)by  

Find me over at Simple Organic this week, talking about how green and simple living ultimately lends itself to more generous living: I have noticed a beautiful trend among those who make thoughtful, purposeful decisions about the non-toxic products they... Read More

Simple Soup for the Spring and Summerby  

Written by Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer Soup is an excellent way to get a frugal and nutritious supper on the table without much effort. Often relegated to the fall and winter months, soup is still a wonderful choice for spring... Read More

Updated! Spring Book Sale: Real Food and Healthy Homemaking eBooks 50% Off!by  

Celebrating the fact that it's spring, the sun is beginning to shine (and green things beginning to grow), and most of all that in 5 short days I will board a plane that will take me and my hubby to... Read More

Need Grain Free Recipes? Against the Grain eBook Giveaway!by  

During the past 14 months, our family has gone on the GAPS diet twice. The first time we had excellent success, but I gave up too early because we were in a hectic season of life and I feared that... Read More

15 Fun & Frugal Memories To Make With Your Kids This Summerby  

Written by Stacey T, Contributing Writer I want to take you back for a moment... What are your favorite summertime memories from when you were growing up? What were you doing?  Where were you?  Who were you with? Some of... Read More

Frugality as a Means of Giving (and Meet Keeper of the Home’s New Sponsor Child!)by  

Why do you practice frugality? It's such a hot topic these days, how to save money and do more with less. We read about it, talk to our friends about it, put great amounts of effort into living it. What's... Read More

Hair Clips That Actually Stay in Place: Lilla Rose Giveaway!by  

[caption id="attachment_10940" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="My favorite Lilla Rose clip, Scrollwork Stoneset."][/caption] I guess it's giveaway week around here, because I have a giveaway for you today, one more coming up this Monday, and did you catch the Cultures for Health... Read More

Frugal Living with Food Sensitivitiesby  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer One major area that women attempt to be frugal is in the kitchen. I know I do; it's probably "my" main area!  (In others my husband and I work together.)  But when you have... Read More

Save Money by Culturing Foods with DIY Starters (and Cultures for Health Giveaway!)by  

Many of us know the health benefits of eating cultured and fermented foods, but buying pre-made yogurt, kefir, sourdough breads, kombucha and the like can cost a pretty penny. Did you know that these health-boosting cultured foods can be easily... Read More

Waste Not, Want Not: Lessons in Frugality for Childrenby  

Written by Meg Dickey, Contributing Writer As we seek to train our children well, one of our family's major learning points is to teach our children the art of frugality.  Frugality is making good choices with the resources God has... Read More

My Frugal Beauty Routineby  

A stylin' self-portrait of me in my bathroom seemed right for a post that takes you through a day-in-the-life of my frugal beauty routine. Beauty and skin care doesn't have to be complicated or expensive (or toxic, for that matter).... Read More

Christ in My Kitchenby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer A Divine Calling Recently, while junking at my favorite thrift store, I found a kitchen blessing written on an old wall hanging. (Oh...the joys of thrifting!) I did edit it a little and added... Read More

How to Save Money and Score Big At Garage Salesby  

I love garage sales and our house is full of garage sale finds, bought for a song (sorry, no dance). Frugality is the topic of the month, and I happen to think that buying used is one of the most... Read More

April Email Giveaway Winnersby  

The winners of last month's email-only giveaway of 4-month Grain-Free Meal Plan subscriptions are: dunnamictrio@ gmawisdom10@ aleash25@ Congratulations! For those on a grain-free diet (like GAPS or SCD) or those planning for it, these monthly meal plans are so very... Read More

The Nitty-Gritty on The Real Food I Buy and Where I Buy It, Part 2by  

Yesterday I began by sharing about where I buy our meat, fish, eggs, dairy and fats. Today I'll continue on, sharing the particulars of what I buy where. The goal isn't to tell you that you should buy your foods... Read More

The Nitty-Gritty on The Real Food I Buy and Where I Buy Itby  

Today and tomorrow, I simply want to share where I buy what, the best prices I've found, and some of the excellent deals that help our family to be able to eat plenty of wholesome, real foods on a tight... Read More

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