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Top 8 Essential Oils for Home Useby  

Guest post by Nina Nelson There are some crazes I steer as far away from as possible. Beanie Baby collections? Nah. Mullets? Shudder. Any comeback of '90s fashion? No thanks. But essential oils? I'm shouting from the rooftops how much... Read More

45 Real Food Slow Cooker Meals for the Summerby  

Today Stacy brings you a roundup of 45 excellent slow cooker recipes, categorized by protein type. This is a continuation of Jami's roundup a few weeks back, where she shared 42 recipes, divided by meal type (breakfast, lunch/dinner, sides, dessert/beverages). Now you... Read More

3 Herbal Iced Tea Recipes to Beat the Heatby  

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer I grew up drinking sweet iced tea made from your standard black tea. And when the sweet tea pitcher ran out, someone was sure to throw a fit. Sweet tea was a part of... Read More

25 Healthy & Delicious Summer Salads {Plus 5 Tips for Creating The Perfect Salad}by  

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer The warmer weather of summer lends itself to lighter meals like deliciously fresh summer salads. They’re not only a satisfying and refreshing way to beat the heat, they’re also simple to put together, and can... Read More

Stocking Your Summer Medicine Cabinet (Plus 23 recipes)by  

By Jami Leigh, Contributing Writer As I scroll through my Pinterest board for home remedies, most of the things I see are flu remedies and cough medicine. While you might need these during the summer, it's more likely that you... Read More

Frozen Banana Bites: The Perfect Summertime Treat!by  

Summer will officially arrive soon, and we simply cannot wait! In anticipation of "no more pencils, no more books" ... we've already dusted off the ice cream maker and of course, our ice pop molds. That's because making homemade frozen treats... Read More

Simple Summer Salad Recipes {& Vinaigrette Dressings}by  

Guest Post by Marci Ferrell I do enjoy summertime with the abundance of fresh produce whether through a home garden,  CSA, farmer's markets or your local grocery store.  I didn't used to be a salad lover but it could be... Read More

Why Quinoa Deserves a Permanent Spot in Your Diet (with recipe links!)by  

Image by Jennifer via Flickr CC By Beth Ricci, Contributing Writer It was the year 2001. I was a high school kid on a short-term missions trip to Bolivia. We were doing a touristy day trip to Lake Titicaca, and... Read More

What Can You Actually DO with all those Fresh Spring Greens?by  

Guest Post by Krissa Jeldy One of the things I love about getting a CSA box is getting introduced to all kinds of vegetables that (if I'm honest with myself) I probably wouldn't pick up on a regular basis at... Read More

Homemade Custard Ice Cream {Without a Machine}by  

Guest Post by Elsie Callender Did you know that you can make homemade ice cream without a fancy machine? It's easy, and only adds a little extra hands-on time. And for this rich, custard-based ice cream recipe, a bit of stirring... Read More

16 Amazing Citrus Recipesby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer Citrus fruits satisfy a deep longing within my soul. Okay, that might have been a tad dramatic. But there's something about citrus fruits - oranges, grapefruits, even lemons. They just taste wonderful to me. I... Read More

6 Steps To a Naturally Clean Home {Plus 48 recipes}by  

By Jami Leigh, Contributing Writer When I first began my natural living journey, it all started with food. I was concerned with eating healthy and what I  put into my body. But it wasn't long before I realized that the chemicals,... Read More

20 Nourishing, Whole-Foods Dinners That Kids Will Eat!by  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer Y'all, I am far from being the perfect parent. I yell more than I should. At times, I'm addicted to my iPhone. Sometimes, anxiety just plain gets the best of me. And, I'm not spending... Read More

Lavender Beef Stew: A Taste of Homeby  

By Kresha, Contributing Writer Several years ago, I moved to an area of the U.S. where lavender grows natively. I had never been in a place where a small gust of wind could suddenly surround you with such a heavenly... Read More

The Best Homemade Holiday Gifts-in-a-Jarby  

One of my family’s favorite Christmas traditions is to make homemade gifts in a jar. And the wonderful thing is, they’re as much fun to make together, as they are to give to others! Simply layer the ingredients of a... Read More

How to Make Holiday Lattes in the Crock Pot {Recipes for 4 Popular Lattes!}by  

This post was originally published in December 2012--but we thought you would love a reminder about these delicious holiday lattes you can make in your crock pot!  By Rachel, Contributing Writer There is just something about the holidays that seems... Read More

3 Reasons You Might Need a Breakfast Revolution (And How to Get it Started)by  

By Beth, Contributing Writer I grew up in the Christian church youth group subculture of the nineties. I came by my revolutionary mindset honestly, as we questioned if we were 'radical enough for Jesus', week after week. Even now, more than... Read More

Thanksgiving Meal Planning Made Easyby  

By Kresha, Contributing Writer I love big feasting holidays. I love the excuse to gather with people I love to give thanks for the blessings in our lives, I love the little traditions that spring up over the years, and... Read More

Nourishing Soups for Cold and Flu Seasonby  

By Erin Odom, Contributing Writer Fall finally arrived in North Carolina this week, and instead of short sleeved shirts and flip flops, we're finally donning the comfortable hoodies and fur-lined slippers. And now it's time to break out the soup... Read More

5 Real Foods to Help You Prevent a Cold or Flu and My Puchero Andaluz Recipeby  

By Diana, Contributing Writer One of the most important things I've learned over the years, especially since having children, is that optimal nutrition and care for our body's well being is the key to staying healthy during the cold and flu... Read More

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