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Saturday Links I Love 10/15/11

Time got away from me last week and before I realized it, Saturday had come and gone.  So today’s edition of Saturday Links I Love includes great blog posts from the past two weeks.  Grab a nice hot cup of herbal tea and settle in for some good reading.

 

Kimberly, a mother of 10, wrote and inspirational piece about including your children in your housework in  Don’t Do It Alone at Raising Homemakers.  I love reading Kimberly’s writing at her own blog, Raising Olives.  She is always such an encouragement in the ways of mothering and homeschooling.

 

Stacy at A Delightful Home shared another one of her incredibly simple homemade body product recipes.  This one is Non-Petroleum Jelly. With only 2 ingredients, this recipe incredibly easy to make.  I happened to have beeswax on hand, so I whipped this up in a matter of minutes.  It is lovely and can be used any way you would use vaseline or petroluem jelly.

 

Grab a box of tissues and head over to Vitafamilae and read LoraLynn’s heartfelt post about adoption…A Beautiful Mess.  Her gift for words is such that you can just feel her raw emotion coming through the screen and grabbing hold of you. I have enjoyed following this family’s adoption journey and love the genuineness (is that a word?) of LoraLynn’s writing.

 

Learn about the importance of gut health at Healthy Families for God. Sara is a wealth of information and has lots to share.  Her blog is packed full of great articles on health and wellness.

 

Did you read my “Don’t Throw That Away” post a couple days ago and want to learn more about broth?  The Nourishing Gourmet posted this amazing article about The Healing Powers of Broth.  If you’re the type who needs good, solid data…this is for you.

 

Have you read any great blog posts this week?  Feel free to share here.  

 

 

4 Responses to Saturday Links I Love 10/15/11

  1. I’m so glad you were able to make the non-petroleum jelly and that it is working well. Thanks for sharing my post!

  2. Thanks for the linky love and kind words!

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