Category Archives: Bountiful Blessings
Happy Friday and happy October! A friend and I used to celebrate the start of a new month together, because of the fresh new beginning offered to us. Today, I’m hoping it means that fall will be here to stay. … Continue reading
Blood. Sweat. Tears. Okay, maybe not blood, but sweat and tears have definitely gone into this blog. I am working soooo hard to get things ready for the *official* launch date: Monday, October 4th. Mark your calendars! Sound the alarm! … Continue reading
I’m all about looking for ways to save money around here, are you? I recently stumbled upon Groupon, a site dedicated to bringing great deals to people like us. I have seen some fabulous deals!
Yesterday, we briefly explored why I made the switch to non toxic cleaners. Today, I want to share with you some natural household cleaners that are very economical and safe for your family.
This is a special weekend for Blane and me. We celebrate our 6th anniversary on Saturday! We will actually be officially celebrating over Labor Day Weekend when we can get away sans kids. This weekend, we get to enjoy another … Continue reading
When the topic of organic or whole food shopping comes up, it’s often met with the lament, “It’s so expensive!” True, much of the organic fare that’s offered in stores is expensive. Ideally, we would like to have our own … Continue reading
Happy weekending! It’s been an extremely busy week for us, but it has been very productive and so full of the Lord’s grace! I hope to write soon of some things He’s been doing in my life on a more … Continue reading
Image via Wikipedia My mother-in-law gave us a huge bag of zucchini, squash, and cucumbers on Friday. Guess what was for dinner that night? Zucchini pancakes. It is one of my summertime favorites! Since you’ll probably be enjoying zucchini at … Continue reading
Yesterday, I talked about how to eat real food on a budget. But, there are two key words to making it happen: a budget. Do you have one? To my surprise, many married couples do not keep a budget. With … Continue reading