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I started as a simple little blog about my family just for my own joy. As a SAHM myself, I decided to join in on my fellow Mommy Bloggers. I had spent so much time reading blogs, why not make something of my own.
Our life in the Army and our road on the way out... My husband is being medically discharged/retired for many combat related mental (PTSD/TBI) & physical injuries. This is about our journey...
This blog is for anyone who suffers from any type of chronic pain/invisible illness. I'm trying to grow a community where we can vent, share ideas, talk about the latest research, and bring education, advocacy, and awareness to these conditions.
My Rural Mommy features the general ramblings of an overworked and underpaid mommy. I am sharing my favorite recipes, frugal living tips, parenting mishaps, successes & more. Follow me on my journey to parental bliss!
Jump on in to Aleta's Not-for-Snobs blog describing the surprisingly accessible world of Art, Antiques and Collectables.
Antiquing is green, cost-effective and smart!
Find out the facts, the goss and the 'how-to' at my blog.
Welcome to Simply Fresh Vintage! I'm Lani and I love simple farmhouse living with fresh, vintage touches. I am looking forward to sharing with you my love of quilting, decorating, remodeling, painting, crafting, cooking, baking and so much more.
DIY, feminism, and parenting from a mommy of two. birth, yoga, environment, food, women's rights supporter and activist; nerdy thoughts and recipes for healthy, kid friendly food. Home and herbal remedies- a lot of random good stuff for life.
#diy#birth# raising children#feminism#alternative parenting
I am an Army Wife, new to the gig, but first and foremost I'm a writer at heart. I write poetry and stories and most honestly my feelings. I love to cook, workout, laugh, and share my outlook on the Army and life in general as I go.