Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Simple Living Wednesday Link-Up

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Another Wednesday link up is here!  I hope your week has been better than mine.  I think I have coughed up a lung sometime between yesterday and today!  Not fun, but, I'm sure it will pass soon and all will be well.

Let's get to our featured posts for the week!


Countrified Hicks has a great post on how not to waste in the kitchen.  She has some wonderfully simple and frugal ideas!




A great tutorial on wild foraging at A Life Unprocessed has got me in the mood to see what I can forage out on my sandy pastures!




Small Footprint Family explains how to prevent osteoporosis with nutrition and also shares the causes of this disease.  Very thorough!

Your turn!  I can't wait to see what you have this week!

My simple rules are, to link your post(s) back to Our Simple Farm and please read some of the other wonderful posts that everyone else has linked.  Don't forget to 'like' your favorites!

You can post as many as you want.  Ideas include anything having to do with homesteading, biblical living, sustainable farming, bartering, income ideas, homemaking, homeschooling, DIY projects, recipes, gardening and anything else you think would fit!  I would love for you to grab my button too!

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4 comments:

  1. Looking forward to checking out your featured posts! Thanks for hosting! ~Lisa

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  2. Thanks for featuring my post on preventing osteoporosis. It's an important issue for everyone over 35, especially women.

    This week I've linked up my post on grain-free, black bean brownies.

    Thanks for hosting and have a great week!

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  3. Thank you so much for featuring my post. I am linking my recipe for homemade bread this week. You can make 2 loaves, start to finish, in one hour!

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  4. Thank you for hosting Simple Living Wednesday, once again. I really enjoy seeing what every one is sharing each week. This week I've shared an article about how to save the life of a cold, unresponsive baby lamb or goat. When you find a floppy kid, there is little time to call the vet, you need to know what to do on your own. This article will prepare you, and maybe save the life of that precious creature.
    Chris

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