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Real Deals: This Week’s Sales and Discounts on Natural Products You Really Use

This week’s top deals: As low as $1.58-$1.85 a can  Natural Value Coconut Milk, 13.5 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12) is on sale for $22.28  Save 5-15 % with Subscribe & Save.  Pay just $18.94-$22.28 ($1.58-$1.85/can).   Get FREE Shipping with a qualifying order of $25 or more. *If you’re an Amazon Prime with Amazon Mom member, you’ll actually save 20% on Subscribe & Save items when you place 5 or more orders in a month.  As low as $14.66-$16.29 Anderson’s Pure Maple Syrup, Grade B, 32-Ounce on sale for $17.25  Amazon’s lowest price […]

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A Day in the Life: Kelly {KeeperoftheHome.org}

A Day in the Life: Kelly {Food Blogger & Cookbook Author}

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer Five years ago if someone would have told me that I was soon to become a grain-free food blogger and cookbook author, I would have replied, “what in the world?”  That’s because I had no idea that anyone wrote about food outside of the arena of cookbooks and cooking magazines. On top of that, at the time, the term “grain-free” would have been as foreign to me as “mise en place” was the first time I heard it.  Fast forward to today, […]

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Weekend Links

Links for this week: Are We Being Bullied to Think a Certain Way? @ Commonsense Christianity Service is Free to Offer but Incredibly Valuable: Lessons from and Airport Shuttle Driver @ Art of Non-Conformity Fudgy Chocolate Tarts @ Against All Grain On racism, injustice and having the hard conversations @ Life Your Way  What Love Never Does @ chatting at the sky  Simple Thai Basil – Coconut Chicken @ Food Renegade Always In Pursuit {7 Ways to Be More Content} @ Living Well Spending Less What is Your […]

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Our Journey to Simple Living (and How to Begin Your Own) {KeeperoftheHome.org}

Our Journey to Simple Living (and How to Begin Your Own)

Guest post by Elsie Callender  “What can I take to Heaven when I die?” I asked my mom, back when I wore dresses and pigtails every day, and my collection of American Girl Doll accessories was small, but precious. “Nothing. You don’t take anything with you when you die,” Mom gave me the truth, straight up. Surely… “What if I have things in my pockets?” “Nope.” “What if I’m holding my blankie?” “No, your blankie will stay here.” I reluctantly accepted this, yet my first […]

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Edible Landscaping: A Great Alternative to Traditional Landscaping

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer I don’t dream of owning my own land. The very thought of tilling, sowing, and managing a large plot of land makes me hyperventilate. Throw in the idea of milking cows and herding pigs, and I just get overwhelmed. Sure, it sounds great, but I’m not entirely sure this is God’s path for my family. At least not right now, and that’s okay! However, I do want to steward the postage-stamp size plot of land the Lord has entrusted […]

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Real Deals: This Week’s Sales and Discounts on Natural Products You Really Use

This week’s top deals:  As low as $0.81-$0.94 per bar: LÄRABAR Fruit & Nut Food Bar, Carrot Cake, Gluten Free 1.6 oz Bars (Pack of 16) on sale for $19.99.   Save an additional $4 when you clip the coupon below the product description (you must be logged in).  Save 5-15% with Subscribe & Save.  Pay just $12.99-$14.99 ($0.81-$0.94/bar).  Get FREE Shipping with a qualifying order of $25 or more.       As low as $2.97-$3.32 per bag: Bob’s Red Mill Oats Rolled Regular, […]

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11 Fresh and Unique Green Salad Recipes {KeeperoftheHome.org}

11 Fresh and Unique Green Salad Recipes

By Beth Ricci, Contributing Writer  There’s just something so right about a fresh, in-season, mouth-watering green salad in the summer, don’t you think? I was raised by a mother who believed in eating seasonally, which meant that I never even knew that you *could* buy things like peaches, strawberries, and tender baby lettuce leaves in the dead of our Canadian winter. I thought they were strictly a summer-only treat. They were in our house, at least. That’s why I tend to especially enjoy salads in the […]

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Weekend Links

Links for this week: If Life Were Simple @ Be More with less A Relationship Worth Protecting @ Hands Free Mama Japanese Cucumber Salad @ The Nourishing Gourmet Today, I took a picture of my worst critic. @ John Acuff  Don’t Quit Before the Whistle Blows @ Michael Hyatt  Cooling Lemon Chamomile Popsicles @ Modern Alternative Mama  When Our Kids Have a Bad Day @ The Better Mom  It’s a New Season of Motherhood @ The Humbled Homemaker School is starting up again and fall plans […]

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