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Last Wednesday I talked about many of the things in my life that I love and am thankful for. That list still stands, but it never hurts to remind yourself, right? This month I’m still thankful for my fiance, friends, and family. I am also thankful for the people in my life who have been guiding me through marriage prep and confirmation classes. I’m grateful for the family I saw for the first time in a long time this Thanksgiving, and I’m grateful for the friend who introduced me to someone by telling her how awesome I am. I’m grateful for the time and motivation that allowed me to get all my work done over the break.
I’m thankful for the support of many new blogging friends. Many of us needed it this month, and I am so grateful that we were able to build the community that we did. In honor of that, I am sharing a ton of posts that I love this month:
- Real food condiments. If you read the ingredients on your condiments, they are gross. And Natural Family Today has a round up of 50 recipes to start stocking your fridge!
- Peanut butter cookies. And what is better than peanut butter cookies? Clean ones with whole wheat flour!
- Grass-Fed Beef. Know why it is better for you and the animal than buying conventional, grain-fed beef.
- Bone broth. Mindful Meals has an amazing guide on the health and making of bone broth. Perfect for those grass-fed beef bones, right?
- Soaked Banana Bread. My favorite type of bread. I bet this would be so good fresh out of the oven!
- Natural Flu Prevention. Despite teachers, doctors, and parents trying to scare me into getting the flu shot, I have only gotten it once in my life. Yet every year I manage to keep the flu away my taking care of myself with tips such as these (and these).
- Feminine Balance Tea. Many of you know about my struggles with fertility, so teas that help balance hormones are always high on my life of things to love.
- Pain Relieving Salve. A much better alternative to toughing it out or taking pain pils.
- Eating Sustainably. One of the most important things you can do is to eat locally, sustainably, and without waste.
- Pollinator Protection Pledge. I think this is so great. No doubt you have heard about the declining bee population. What are you going to do about it?
What did you love this past month?
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