The one where I convince you it’s worth it

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Note- This sale has now ended. Hopefully we’ll be doing it again next year! :) Last night we had a blast at our first ever Keeper of the Home Facebook party! Giving away so many prizes is always exciting, but connecting with so many of you was definitely the best part for me. Plus, I was excited to see how many of you are already enjoying the bundle and its perks, or planning to get one for yourself! Rebekah – “Thanks!! I recently discovered your […]

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

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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 for new questions, and a place to turn to as the next step in your healthy living journey becomes clear. Ready to start baking your own bread? Want to replace your conventional cleaners one by one? Preparing for a new baby and ready to give […]

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

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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 challenges of living in a foreign country (i.e. language barriers, grocery shopping, trying to accomplish errands, etc.), and planning our next steps as we journey around the world (accommodations, transportation, research & itineraries) keeps us on our toes, for sure. Add that to trying to make sure we we get out, see and do new things, and have the […]

Weekend Links, Book Announcement & eBook Sale!

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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 do with homeschool doubt @ Simple Homeschool Make Your Own Healthy, Delicious Watermelon Popsicles At Home @ The Thrifty Mama Spiced Gazpacho – a Perfect Hot Summer Night Supper @ The Nourishing Cook Maybe This Is Anointed? @ Shaun Groves Dandelion Os {And When You […]

35 Resources for the Naturally Minded Mom

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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 easy road. I had no clue what I was doing when I got to the end of my first pregnancy (you know, the part where you actually get to hold a baby!) and realized that after all the months of sickness and fatigue and then […]

16 Books On My “To Read” List

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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 develop nervous twitches when I attempt to weed out the ones I want to get rid of. Making the switch to primarily digital books has made all the difference for me. Now I don’t have too worry about having too many, and I can also […]

4 Books That Have Helped Me to Simplify

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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 ebooks that have spurred me on towards the goal of cutting back on the non-essentials, in order to free up time and space for the things that matter most. These four books have been particularly inspirational and helpful for me on this journey of simplifying. […]

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

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“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 create a product you would otherwise have purchased, and then marvel at how awesome (and cheap and natural and easy) what you just made is, I think that’s when the magic (and then, the addiction) begins. Being on the road this year, I have far […]