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A free conference, $150 in free bonuses & 86 eBook healthy living library for just $29.97by  

Note- This sale has now ended. Hopefully we'll be doing it again next year! :) If you are like me, as you go through different seasons of life, the needs of your own family ebb and change. You need answers... Read More

Coping Strategies During Busy Seasons (Plus My Meal Planning eBook for $0.99!)by  

[caption id="attachment_25550" align="alignnone" width="600"] Buying cheese in France... how on earth do you choose?[/caption] Life on the road is more fast paced and full than I expected it to be. Keeping up with our two businesses, homeschooling, the daily cultural... Read More

Weekend Links, Book Announcement & eBook Sale!by  

Links for this week: Make a Silly Muffin Meal {Recipe: Smashed Potato & Pea Muffins} @ Kitchen Stewardship Social Media Should Feed Your Soul @ Work Your Way Give Them Something Great to Imitate @ Money Saving Mom What to... Read More

35 Resources for the Naturally Minded Momby  

Have you ever wished that motherhood came with a manual? I have. Though I have slowly grown in my mothering know-how and ability over the years, and have come to really love being a mom, it hasn't always been an... Read More

16 Books On My “To Read” Listby  

I firmly believe that one can never own enough books. Our family has been on a mission to simplify and declutter over the past year or so. Books are one of those areas where I begin to sweat profusely and... Read More

4 Books That Have Helped Me to Simplifyby  

Learning to slow down and simplify isn’t a lesson that I have learned easily, or one that I am finished learning, but it’s certainly one worth pursuing. Over the past 2 years or so, there have been several blogs and... Read More

The Magic of Making Things Yourself {Plus a 5-Minute Salt Scrub for Tired Feet}by  

"Hi, my name is Stephanie and I like to make things that normal people just buy from the store." I'm not sure at what point in my natural living journey I became a "make-it-myself" junkie. The first time that you... Read More

What On Earth Do You Do With 97 eBooks?by  

I was hesitant back when I bought my very first eBook, and even more so when my husband encouraged me to purchase a Kindle a couple years back. The feeling of holding a book, its pages beneath my fingers, being... Read More

97 Ways to Solve Your Biggest Homemaking Challengesby  

Note- This sale has now ended. Hopefully we'll be doing it again next year! :) Let's face it. Being a homemaker is a hard job. (Can I get an amen?) Not only is it the hardest role I've ever taken... Read More

Weekend Links {and the project I can finally announce!}by  

Craning out necks up to gaze at the beautifully lit-up Eiffel Tower in Paris. We loved Paris... definitely want to go back there! Links I loved this week: A letter for a tough season @ FIMBY. For anyone that has... Read More

Review of Trim Healthy Mamaby  

By Natalie, Contributing Writer Sporting a hefty 619 pages, Trim Healthy Mama by Serene Allison and Pearl Barrett is one of the newer healthy eating reads on the block, having been released in August of 2012. You might benefit from... Read More

“Plan It, Don’t Panic” in the Bundle of the Week! (And Giveaway Winners Announced!)by  

Hi friends, happy weekend once again! Beth of Red and Honey here again in lieu of weekend links while Stephanie enjoys a 2-week "radio silence" as she starts her year-long family journey around the world. The photo above is Stephanie... Read More

First Steps to Eating for Fertilityby  

Note from Stephanie: Many years ago, I connected with fellow blogger Donielle Baker through the realization that we shared a common struggle of infertility due to having a diagnosis of PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). What bonded us further was that... Read More

Happy New Year {And the Top 10 Posts From 2012}by  

Happy new year, everyone! You know, I tell people all the time that (aside from my job as a full time mom and homemaker, which is the VERY best thing I could ever imagine doing), I'm pretty sure I have... Read More

Could you have a farm… in your own backyard?by  

About 5 years ago, I first stumbled upon the "homegrown revolution" and the idea that it was not only possible, but liberating to be able to grow one's own food. From that first spark, my backyard gardening attempts have continually... Read More

34 Ebooks for Just 87 Cents Each Plus $73 in FREE Bonuses? Yes, This Crazy, Awesome Sale is Back!by  

This sale has now ended. Thanks, everyone! See you next year! :) Remember this incredible sale?!? It's back! During our last sale, Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, and many of you experienced prolonged power outages, were evacuated from your... Read More

Save Some Money– Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals!by  

I know that many of you enjoy finding a good deal as much as I do, so I've compiled some excellent deals and coupon codes from around the web... Yes, this phenomenal Healthy Living eBook Bundle is coming back! For... Read More

21 Days to a More Disciplined Life (plus 100 free copies!)by  

I'm the queen of making lofty goals that never come to fruition. Being a particularly ambitious and driven person, I tend to shoot for the starts. I write up fancy plans, reorganize my schedule, print up pretty calendars and goal... Read More

34 Healthy Living eBooks For Less Than $1 Each — 5 Days Only!by  

This sale has now ended. Thanks, everyone!  What if, in one very affordable package, you could get 34 different ebooks that would help you to: Put delicious, real, whole food meals on your table Take more steps towards a truly... Read More

Making Babies Book & DVD Series from Bulk Herb Storeby  

If you are preparing to have children soon, or still in the midst of bearing sweet babies, Making Babies is a resource that every health-minded mama should have! I loved this series and have nothing but good things to say about it. First... Read More

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