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INSPIRED Girl* is a blog that I write to share, to learn, to teach- basically just to explore and sort through what’s going on in my life, my head, the world. I am a dreamer, and I love to find beauty and meaning in just about everything. Yes, it makes my
I am a SAHM who writes about YA fiction, recipes and family activities and it turns out that I am sort of a WAHM in the making. Come by an dsee if I can do it. I am also, occasionally, funny.
My blog is a bunch of everything... random bits about my family , my favorite recipes with pictures, reviews of products or website, my favorite giveaways and hopefully my own giveaways soon. find me on most social pages with the name mdbhayes, @mdbhayes
#giveaways frugal coupons family fun reviews motherhood food
Turning the Clock Back guides you through simplifying your life and becoming more ecofriendly without going broke. Product reviews, giveaways, coupons, freebies, recipes, and gardening advice to reduce your carbon footprint and live healthier!
After 25 years in Texas, I landed in NYC with no Shiner Bock, bad Tex-Mex and preschools that make Columbia look like a bargain. My name is Christine Bush. I am a wife, mama, history scholar, craftaholic, sci-fi nerd and writer. These are my adventures.
These Light Footsteps is a venue to share thoughts on sustainability, connecting with nature, living simply, all things local and homemade, earth-based spirituality, freedom, and authenticity.
#diy#green#whole foods#sustainable living
Inspiring you closer to God and your pioneer roots. Bringing the best of the pioneer lifestyle to our modern lives. How-to's on country living, gardening, cooking, and crafts. Melissa and her family live on a small cattle farm in Washington state.
This is the blog where I post random pictures and thoughts on food. My eventual goal is to have the opportunity to travel the country and check out as many local eateries as possible. Until then, I plan to share recipes I have enjoyed, cakes I've decorate
I love to cook...and eat, using fresh ingredients. I also have a lot of fun poking around in the dirt and trying to grow my own herbs, fruits and vegetables. I post a recipe three times a week (M/W/F) and also update my "What's For Dinner" tab weekly.
My Retro Kitchen got its name with the idea that the art of a homecooked, sit-down family dinner is a thing of the past. It is a retro idea. I think it is one of the best things a person can give their family!