Delightful Links for the Weekend – Health and Fitness Edition

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Since tomorrow is New Year’s Day, I thought it fitting to share a few links regarding getting a healthy start to 2012. {Image credit} We are at the starting line, the whole year stretched before us. What are we going to make of it? It’s hard to stay committed, but it can be done, as […]

From Pinterest to Real Life: Flowers for Your Hair

Rolled fabric flower

Over Christmas, my daughter and I made a few different flowers and attached them to clips and head bands. All of the tutorials were found through Pinterest, of course. Below are pictures of what we made and links to the tutorials, so you can make them too. All of them were inexpensive to make. I’d […]

My Favorite Books of 2011

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Source: fivejs.com via Stacy on Pinterest   I pinned the above image last week. Isn’t it awesome? (It’s from FiveJs.com.) My relationship with books fits this quote very well. Soon I’ll be sharing my 2012 reading list, but before I do I wanted to highlight a few gems from 2011. The following are books I […]

Your Green Resource – Week Fourteen

Your Green Resource

Welcome to the last Your Green Resource of the year! Thanks so much for participating and reading. It has been a lot of fun to join with so many like-minded bloggers each week. What is “Your Green Resource”? It’s your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of our readers! […]

Soothing Lavender Foot Scrub

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I forgot to alert you all to my post at Frugal Granola last week. If you’d like an easy-to-make scrub to soothe your tired feet after the holidays, then hop on over and read how you can put one together in a few minutes: Soothing Lavender Foot Scrub There are instructions for how to turn […]

I’ve Been Hibernating. How About You?

Christmas snowmen

I didn’t mean to disappear off the face of the blog, but I did. I figured you were all too busy with Christmas to notice. So how was your Christmas? Ours was fun. My littlest child (2 years old) absolutely loved the whole thing. Full of squeals and dancing, she kept us entertained. This year […]

Your Green Resource – Week Thirteen

Your Green Resource

Can you believe it’s almost Christmas? December has flown by. I hope you are all enjoying the season. What is “Your Green Resource”? It’s your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of our readers! That’s right, when you link up on any of our blogs, your idea will get […]

Delightful Links for the Weekend {12/17}

Coffee scrub

This week’s links are a little random, but they are all great posts. The highlight of my week was releasing my first ebook: Simple Scrubs to Make and Give. Writing the book was a huge undertaking (bigger than I anticipated). It grew into a much larger book than planned, ending up with 59 pages! If […]

Lemon Raspberry Thumbprint Cookies (and tips for baking with whole wheat flour)

Thumbprint Cookies

The thumbprint cookies pictured above are delicious (and healthy, too). They are a little different to regular thumbprint cookies, with a splash of lemon and a sprinkling on ground almonds. I’m sharing the recipe and a few tips for baking with whole wheat flour at Simple Organic today. Here’s an excerpt: The holiday season often […]

Your Green Resource – Week Twelve

Your Green Resource

It’s the twelfth week of Your Green Resource already! How fun is that? You are all doing such a wonderful job sharing excellent posts with all of us. What is Your Green Resource? It’s your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of our readers! So when you link up […]