Are you still new to real food or making slow but sure changes? Would you love to have a simple, affordable resource that will give you more info, more resources and more recipes and kitchen how-to’s? Many of you have already met Kate as one of the fantastic contributing writers here at Keeper of the Home, or perhaps you’ve visited her blog, Modern Alternative Mama. Passionate about sharing the things she has been learning, and that have changed her family’s health dramatically, she has written […]
Out of the 303 entrants, the winners of Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide are: Shyla (go2therock@) Jackie (jackiesembroidery@) Melissa (melissg@) Congratulations! For those who didn’t win, Michele is offering a coupon code for 25% off Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide. The code is: KEEPER25. This code expires on November 1st at midnight.
Guest Post Written by Michele of Frugal Granola Have you been inspired by this “Month of Natural Home Remedies & Illness Prevention” on Keeper of the Home? I love the wealth of wisdom all the writers have contributed, to assist us in blessing our families! If you are wondering where to start, and how to incorporate natural remedies into your homemaking routines, I would love to invite you into my kitchen with a glimpse into my new book, “Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning […]
**My apologies for taking so long to announce these winners!** Out of 375 entrants, the winner of the Spoonk Portable Acupressure Mat is: Rene (budgetsavingmom@) For those interested, there will soon be a $10 discount available for Keeper of the Home readers who would like to purchase their own Spoonk Mat, and just in time for the holidays! I will let you know when it’s available. Out of 418 entrants, the winner of the Tattler Reusable Canning Lids is: Maria (runningmaria@) Congratulations, ladies!
I’ve had a few comments here recently in regards to how much work it was to can tomatoes, as some readers followed my step-by-step tutorial for canning diced tomatoes. I agree. Canning takes a lot of work. Much as I love the end result, it isn’t really something I do just for kicks. Though it certainly can be money saving, particularly if you are using garden produce or buying ripe produce at end-of-the-season prices, that isn’t the only reason that I do it. When I […]
There is a new nighttime battle between my husband and I. No, it isn’t a tug-of-war for the comforter or over who gets the fluffiest pillow. We’re both clamoring to use our Spoonk Rider mat, for a little bit of bedtime relaxation! I first ran into the Spoonk Rider portable acupressure mat at an Eco Trade Show in Vancouver early this year. They were available to try for a few minutes in the midst of the busy convention center. I was a bit wary of […]
First of all, I’ve got two winners of a 1 year Plan to Eat meal planning membership! Marla & Destiny! Congrats, ladies! I hope you enjoy your membership as much as I’m enjoying mine! To those who didn’t win, I would definitely suggest that you sign up for a free 30-day trial membership if you haven’t already. Give it a try and see if the drag and drop features don’t help to make your menu planning an easier process! (And if you’ve requested that I […]
Some of you may have noticed that there was some downtime for my blog this weekend. There are more things going on in the backend and with the design (nothing major- just trying to work out some kinks) but unfortunately the work resulted in a brief outage. There are a few aspects of the site that are still missing and/or on the fritz, but we are doing our very best to have everything back to normal as quickly as we can. During the outage, some […]