My Teeth are Falling Apart

I have never had many dental problems. In fact, overall, I’ve been pretty fortunate as far as my teeth are concerned. I have only had two cavities so only have two fillings.

Over the years my dentists’ have commented how fortunate I was to have so few cavities. That comment is almost always followed […]

Simple Lives Thursday #153

I am very excited to be a Host for Simple Lives Thursday! Each week I enjoy reading through all of the wonderful tips, ideas and recipes for simple living. If you are new here, Welcome! And enjoy the Simple Lives Thursday blog hop.

This hop is dedicated to simple living. […]

Menu Plan Week of June 23

This week promises to be busy and exciting. We are adding some new members to our little place. I’ll share more about that when they arrive. We have also had a secret ‘project’ of sorts that we’ve been pursuing which should finish up this week. And we’ll have the usual summer busy items including getting […]

Simple Lives Thursday #152

I am very excited to be a Host for Simple Lives Thursday! Each week I enjoy reading through all of the wonderful tips, ideas and recipes for simple living. If you are new here, Welcome! And enjoy the Simple Lives Thursday blog hop. This hop is dedicated to simple living. “Consume less, produce more. […]

Emergency Meals for When the Menu Plan Falls Apart

Pretty much every week I put together a menu plan. When I make that menu plan I fully intend to follow the plan– sort of. While I enjoy the knowledge of having the plan and knowing that if I follow the plan I won’t have to scramble at the last minute trying to put a […]

June Real Food Bundle from Nourished Living Network

This month’s eBook Bundle from Nourished Living Network is focused on Real Food. Each month Nourished Living Network features a themed eBook bundle authored by NLN members. This is a great way to get informative eBooks at reduced prices!

June Real Food Bundle

This spectacular bundle focused on Real Food is a […]

Menu Plan Week of June 16

I have a confession to make. I have been avoiding going to the grocery store. For several weeks now I’ve only stopped by the market when absolutely necessary and only to pick up things that I think we can’t live without. Usually that is fresh produce but even that has been sparser than it probably […]

West African Beef

A few months ago I had one of those days when my menu plan fell apart. I happened to click on facebook and saw a post from Eat Nourishing for West African Chicken. The recipe looked delicious but I knew I could never get chicken breasts thawed out in time for dinner. Why not use […]

Menu Plan Week of June 9

I hope you are having a terrific Monday! We had a great and very productive weekend. We finished putting in the garden, planted a few small trees, and put some grass seed in a bare spot. Now that the garden is in our focus will be on fixing more of the bare spots in our […]

Grow It, Raise It, Forage It

There was a time, not too terribly long ago, when it would have been usual for someone to not grow or forage the bulk of their food or obtain it from a neighbor through a trade or barter situation. A lot of time, sweat and sometimes even tears went into procuring food. Then the rail […]

Nourishing Pin It Party #7

Welcome Back to The Nourishing Pin It Party!

 

I’m very happy that you are here! If you love link-ups and you love pinning the Nourishing Pin It Party is for you.

I love to use my Pinterest boards to keep track of all the wonderful ideas I find […]

Menu Plan Monday June 2

I’ve had several things to do in the kitchen the past couple of days. I found myself with excess milk that needed to be taken care of. Apparently milk hasn’t been appealing to my family as their beverage of choice lately. It is amazing how some weeks we drink all 3 1/2 gallons (from our […]