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5 Tips for Planning Healthy Lunches Kids Love!by  

By Kelly, Contributing Writer Back-to-school season is almost here! And whether you homeschool, or your children attend school outside of the home, having a plan for what to serve (or pack) for lunch makes getting ready for the busy school... Read More

A Modern Alternative Mama’s Two-Week Meal Planby  

By Kate, Contributing Writer This is an average meal plan in our home.  We have four kids who are 5.5, 4, 2, and 4 months (the baby doesn't eat with us yet).  Our goal right now is to increase the... Read More

Four Steps to a More Peaceful Homeby  

A peaceful home is something many of us long for. A place where relationships are healthy and spirits are happy, where we can rest our weary bones and just be ourselves. There's no denying that creating a peaceful home takes... Read More

Planning Weekly to Eat Wellby  

Written by Sherrie Cook, Contributing Writer I was recently looking at the Vision Forum for books and noticed their tag line. It reads, "Where there is no vision the people perish". What a powerful statement. When I applied that to... Read More

How to Plan Your Garden, Part 2by  

Were you as inspired as I was by Shannon's post on Tuesday? I completely understand what she means about becoming more and more excited each year as she considers what she can grow and preserve. I feel the same way.... Read More

How to Plan Your Gardenby  

[caption id="attachment_10002" align="alignnone" width="518" caption="From my own garden plans, two of my raised beds with plans for greens, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli."][/caption] In our Gardening 101 series, we’ve talked about a lot of different things so far... how to... Read More

Finding Freedom with Flexible Routinesby  

Written by Stacey T, Contributing Writer Does a “flexible routine” sound like an oxymoron?  Should “freedom” and “routine” exist in the same sentence? Routines can be pegged as being boring, rigid and stiff.  But a little planning and creative thinking... Read More

How to Prepare for Going on the GAPS Dietby  

[caption id="attachment_9084" align="alignnone" width="500"] Bone broth, meat and squash. The foods we seem to live on in the early stages of GAPS![/caption] Just today I was over at a friend's house and as I said "no thank you" to the... Read More

Shopping for Time – A Good Read for the Summerby  

Written by Sharon Kaufman, Contributing Writer The Theme of the Book One of my summer reads has been a small book that I've found to be most encouraging - Shopping for Time by Carolyn Mahaney and her three daughters. The... Read More

Cook More Real Food: Take Inventory of Your Freezerby  

Welcome back for the second part of the Cook More Real Food event! It's so great to see so many people joining in, through the Facebook event page and also just through the comments. I've noticed a number of people... Read More

Organization in the Garden: Evaluating What You Have and What You Needby  

January tends to find me just a little bit giddy. Throughout the fall and early winter, I am just pooped from gardening and preserving season. I don't really want to see another canning jar, or hardly even another fresh tomato,... Read More

Organization in the Real Food Kitchen: My Recipe Binderby  

We've talked about some ways to streamline our meal planning, as well as how to use lists of your favorite recipes for ease of planning and quick reference. Here is the last step of the recent meal planning/recipe overhaul that... Read More

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