Weekend links

You have until 12 p.m. CST today to enter your before-and-afters for hot spot 4 if you want a chance at winning this week’s giveaway, though you can post your results anytime throughout Project: Simplify. I’ll post the winner here Sunday evening, after my family and I return from camping. The winner is Jenny from Southern Institute for Domestic Arts & Crafts (cute blog name). Congrats, Jenny!

Here are all the ebooks one hot spot participant will receive:

1. Gluten-Free and Good for You!, by Laura Coppinger
2. GNOWFGLINS Fundamentals
3. Have Your Cookie… and Eat it Too!, by Laura Coppinger
4. Healthy Homemaking: One Step at a Time, by Stephanie Langford
5. Healthy Snacks To Go, by Katie Kimball
6. Herbal Nurturing: A Family Healing & Learning Guide, by Michele Augur
7. In the Kitchen: Real Food Basics, by Kate Tietje
8. Kitchen Stewardship in the Big Woods: A Family Camping Handbook with Real Food Options, by Katie Kimball
9. Real Food on a Real Budget: How to Eat Healthy for Less, by Stephanie Langford
10. Simple Food {for winter}, by Shannon of Nourishing Days
11. The Everything Beans Book, by Katie Kimball
12. Think Breakfast… Outside the Box, by Laura Coppinger

I’ve loved all your hot spot before-and-afters! Keep ’em coming.

“What I like about camping is you can get really dirty. Either you’re all by yourself, so no one else sees you, or everyone you’re with is just as dirty as you are, so nobody cares.” -Alex J. Packer

disclosure: ebook links above are affiliate links

Tsh Oxenreider

Tsh is the founder of this blog and just finished traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.

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  1. The Twinkie story was something! Ew! That’s why we don’t buy packaged “food” here. That, and the fact that we’d need a much higher income to afford it, and it doesn’t taste as good, and it’s not as healthy, and it’s bad for the planet, and…. 🙂

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