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Tips for Getting Out of the House with Small Children :: Productivity Your Way A Simple Tool for Tracking Daily Goals :: 42 Goals How to Re-use Your 2-Liter Bottles :: Chasing Green 7 Ways to Add More Storage Space to Your Home :: Small Notebook How To Be Alone :: Superhero Journal (beautifully done (read more…)

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Sunday Links: September 12

• From heartland Renaissance: Wild Black Elderberry Syrup • From Deliciously Organic: Homemade Coffee Creamer • From Simple Kids: Unstructured Outdoor Play: What Is It?  Why Do Kids Need It? • From Keeper of the Home: Cutting Back on Sugar: Why Do We Eat it So Much? • From Non-Toxic Kids: Tips for a Non-Toxic (read more…)

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Gardening 101: Fall Gardens and Crop Rotation

For many of you who live further north, the summer growing season is just hitting its prime. But down here in central Texas, our gardens are winding down; my tomato plants have shriveled up in the heat and the cucumber plant is long gone.  It’s time to plant for the fall!  When you’re pulling out (read more…)

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Community within a cross-cultural tribe

This week I’m over at (in)courage again, where the theme for the month is community. What does that mean? What does it look like? And in what ways are you blessed by community in surprising ways? That’s what I’m exploring — when you’re blessed with community by people you’d least expect. From the post: “But (read more…)

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Fabric Totes: Think Outside the Grocery Bag

Written by contributor Nicole of Gidget Goes Home. By now it’s probably second-nature to take our bags in at our local market, and maybe we’re even starting to remember to take them in to Target or other shopping locales. Using reusable/fabric bags for groceries and shopping is a great way to make a positive environmental (read more…)

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