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Raise Good Adults: My Top Positive Parenting Resourcesby  

It’s our job as parents to raise good adults. Here are my favorite positive parenting resources to help you accomplish that.

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Who Else Wants to Win at Healthy Homemaking?by  

Don’t we all to win at healthy homemaking? Here’s the #1 set of resources I’ve found to help you achieve that goal!

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My Top 7 Picks for Raising a Healthy, Happy Familyby  

By Ann, Contributing Writer Raising a healthy family isn't easy. It takes time, knowledge, work and a bit of patience. How much time and work you put into being healthy and taking care of your family is up to you... Read More

Confessions of an imperfect homemaker (and how I survived my darker days)by  

I vividly remember this one lovingly-but-terribly prepared stir-fry that I served to dear friends just months after having my first baby and becoming a full time homemaker. The beef was so tough and badly cooked, you had to chew, chew,... Read More

My Handpicked Tools for Busy Moms & Healthy Familiesby  

  This year's Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle 2014 is now OVER. We hope that you all enjoy your bundles and watch for the next sale to come around again next year.  We usually also do a homemaking sale every spring.... Read More

Spring Clean the Toxins: How to Get Startedby  

Not only is spring a perfect time to freshen up your house when it comes to scrubbing baseboards and washing blinds and all those "cleanliness" tasks, but it's also an idea time to think about the unseen invaders lurking in... Read More

Resources and Recipes to Make Your Meal Planning Successfulby  

With the Plan It- Don't Panic meal planning challenge beginning this Monday morning, now seemed like the perfect time to share some really helpful resources to help you succeed with your menus. Learn more about how to make meal planning... Read More

Project-Based Homeschoolingby  

Written by Kate Tietje, Contributing Writer This year is going to be our first year homeschooling. I'm excited! My first is finally 3.5 years old, meaning she's old enough for "preschool" now. She also has a strong interest in learning,... Read More

Herbs I Have and What I Do With Themby  

Herbs fascinate me. These timeless plants have been used by various healers over thousands of years in order to treat symptoms, ease discomfort, improve mood or mental function, fight infection, and so much more. It seems to me that many... Read More

Lessons I’ve Learned In Frugalityby  

Written by Beth Corcoran, Contributing Writer I will be honest with you. When I found out that I needed to write about frugality for my blog post this month, my heart sunk.  You see, frugality is something that I have... Read More

The Nitty-Gritty on The Real Food I Buy and Where I Buy It, Part 2by  

Yesterday I began by sharing about where I buy our meat, fish, eggs, dairy and fats. Today I'll continue on, sharing the particulars of what I buy where. The goal isn't to tell you that you should buy your foods... Read More

The Nitty-Gritty on The Real Food I Buy and Where I Buy Itby  

Today and tomorrow, I simply want to share where I buy what, the best prices I've found, and some of the excellent deals that help our family to be able to eat plenty of wholesome, real foods on a tight... Read More

Adrenal Fatigue: Help and Resources for Healingby  

Earlier this week I introduced the topic of adrenal fatigue. Before reading this post, you may want to go back and read the first part in this series to understand what exactly adrenal fatigue is and learn more about many... Read More

Using Stoneware for Baking and Cookingby  

With all that I've been learning over the past few years about toxic materials in my various pots, pans and muffin tins, it has been so refreshing to find a safe alternative that I love using! I've discovered that high-quality... Read More

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