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Do You Ever Feel Alone in Your Natural Living Journey?by  

You read blogs, you follows all sorts of healthy websites on Facebook, you see all the new recipes and natural living tips on Pinterest... you're genuinely working at making changes and following through on living a wholesome, healthy lifestyle. But... Read More

12 Things My Children Learned While Worldschooling This Yearby  

I’m probably my toughest critic. As we planned for and embarked on this one-year journey around the globe with our young family (kids ages 8, 5 ½, 3 ½ and 11 months at the time of departure), I had high... Read More

I Wasn’t Trained to Be a Mom (But I Can Still Love It)by  

Sometimes I end up rummaging through past posts for one reason or another, and a post that I have written (and forgotten about) will jump out at me and I am freshly inspired by whatever it was that spurred me... Read More

How to Plant a Garden That Works for Where You Liveby  

When I first began, I suppose I had this idea that gardening was the same everywhere... you dug up some dirt, put in seeds, fertilized and pulled some weeds, then enjoyed a harvest. A little naive (or maybe just hopeful),... Read More

7 Gardening Lessons from a Novice Gardenerby  

Written by Emily McClements, Contributing Writer Growing your own organic vegetables is a great way to provide your family with nourishing and frugal food.  Last summer was my first real attempt at growing our own food in a garden. Although... Read More

A Gardener’s Look at Lifeby  

Written by Anne Elliot, Contributing Writer I'm not much of a gardener, but over the last few years, I'm been attempting a little bit more each summer. It started three summers ago when I planted just a few things in... Read More

Getting Your Kids Outside And Having Fun, Too!by  

Written by Beth Corcoran, Contributing Writer If you reside in a cooler climate, you probably can enjoy being outdoors all day long. But I live in the middle of Oklahoma, where temperatures frequently are miserable, and it can even be... Read More

From the Wedding to Wise Stewardship- A Frugality Story Continuedby  

As many of you guessed in the first installment, From Innocence to Irresponsibility, this story has a happy ending. Allow me to continue it... ******* It was a humbling thing, to be engaged to a man who had no debt... Read More

From Innocence to Irresponsibility-A Frugality Storyby  

Once upon a time there was a little girl who couldn't understand why her clothes were bought at Value Village and Walmart, and why Santa didn't bring the right brand name items on her Christmas list. She hurriedly rushed out... Read More

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