No, You Don’t Have to Make Your Own Ketchup {Recipe: Homemade Cheeseburger Helper}

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Guest Post by Katie of Kitchen Stewardship I’ve done it once. Made my own ketchup, that is. It was early in my transition to real food, which was a bit more “zero-to-sixty” than normal for my generally mild-mannered nature that resists change like a toddler resists naptime. I was reading everything, buying everything I read about, making every recipe I came across, feeling like I had to do it all at once. Naturally, I ran into some burnout and some frustration. Homemade ketchup was one […]

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

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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 homes, and dealt with damage as a result of the storm, which meant that you missed out on the sale entirely. So many of you specifically asked if there was any way that you could get your own copy of the eBook bundle that we […]

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

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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 charts and dive right in. None of this is bad; in fact, being goal oriented and aiming high is a good thing! The problem is that my exuberance often exceeds my capability to follow through. Time and again, my lofty plans fall flat. Over the […]

Fall Giveaway Week: Win a Download Membership to ListPlanIt or 1 of 2 100 Days to Christmas eBooks

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Fall always finds me preparing new schedules and routines, re-organizing, and yes, writing lists. There’s something about getting back into the regular everyday groove after summer that just makes me want to get organized. I held a garage sale a couple weeks ago, have been setting up a new homeschooling binder for the year, am tweaking a daily routine for myself and the kids, getting back to meal planning, and all of those good things that make my life run a little bit smoother. Whenever […]

Homeschool eBook Winners and Our Homeschool Plans

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Thought you might want to know the winners of last weeks You Can Do It Too: 25 homeschool families share their stories eBook giveaway: #14- Kelly said: I am a teacher turned stay-at-home mom, and the idea of home schooling has always scared me just a little. I have seen it done well….and not so well. I feel as though God may be calling me in this direction, but I have so many questions, just like everyone else. We live in a small town, far from […]

Homeschooling: You Can Do It Too

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*This giveaway has ended. Winners to be announced shortly.* This summer I was a part of an ebook project that I wish I could have read when I first began homeschooling. “You can do it too: 25 homeschool families share their stories“ is the brainchild of Lorilee Lippincott, who blogs at Loving Simple Living. Along with her family’s journey to minimalism and simplicity in their lives, she is also passionate about encouraging families that homeschooling isn’t as daunting as it might seem. Knowing just how different […]

53 eBooks to Inspire Your Homeschool for $0.50 Each

Omnibus: a book containing reprints of a number of works French, from Latin, for all, dative plural of omnis, a combining form meaning “all,” used in the formation of compound. First known use: 1829 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I am SO excited to offer this package to my readers! Can you believe the new school year is […]

Real Food Baby Step: Homemade Pantry Staples

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Guest post written by Mandi Ehman This week I’m excited to release my brand new ebook, Easy Homemade: Homemade Pantry Staples for the Busy Modern Family, which is on sale for just $0.99! When I first shared my new cookbook with Stephanie, I described it as “real food-lite”. It’s a bridging-the-gap cookbook for families, like mine, who want to eat healthier and eliminate questionable ingredients from their kitchens but aren’t quite ready to make their own kefir and kombucha or to soak grains. This cookbook […]