Caring, Keeping, and Gestating: How To Do Life While Pregnant

Guest Post by Jessica Fisher That first pregnancy seems like a walk in the park, now that I look back on it.  I was twenty-four, young and energetic. My household consisted of just my husband and me, so I could easily take a nap after work, eat pickles and ice cream if I wanted, take a nap after dinner, lie around all evening, and go to bed at 6 pm. While I certainly had the normal symptoms of pregnancy, it wasn’t that difficult as I really only […]

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Name my ebook!

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What a carrot!

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spud! Review- Week 2

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Living Simply Saturday: Too busy for God?

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The Fun of the Frugal Life

Guest Post by Amy @ Growing Like Trees When I was expecting our first child, just after we’d bought our first home and moved to a new town, my husband cut his working hours from 40 to 20 per week. Being the adventurous type, I  thought, “sure, we can live on half our income — no sweat!”.  Little did I know.  Our house payment was 2/3  of our income.  Fuel took up most of the other third (since my husband’s work was over an hour […]

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Recipes I’ve been loving lately

We all know that a good recipe can be hard to find. Since I am always on the lookout for new favorites to add to my repertoire, I thought I’d pass along a few that I have tried and loved in the past several months: Cheesy Beef and Rice (this is an easy casserole to pair with a salad or veggie dish, and also freezes very well) The Easiest, Healthiest, Most Scrumptious Fudge Ever (the title says it all) Mayonnaise (I’ve been doing mine with […]

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Healthy, Natural Pregnancy: You mean my family still expects to eat while I have morning sickness?

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