Free Crochet Headbands Pattern Roundup

Free Crochet Headband Pattern Roundup

Headbands are such a cute accessory, and great for the warmer months when hats are no longer needed except to block the sun. Here are over 20 FREE crochet patterns headband from all my crochet blogging buddies! Patterns Featured in the Photo: Sugar and Spice Headband by Simply Sweet Button Flower Headbands by Fiber Flux […]

Homemade Sunburn Relief Spray – All Natural and Non-Toxic

Homemade Sunburn Relief Spray - All Natural and Non-Toxic!

I went with one of my besties to the farmer’s market this Saturday, and shame on me, did not go prepared with sunscreen. We were having so much fun, leisurely walking around without the kids, gabbing away, that I thought I’d be okay. The temperature rose to 78 degrees and it was bright and sunny! […]

Hookin On Hump Day #69 – Link Party for the Fiber Arts

Hookin On Hump Day #69 - Come see the best the crochet, knitting and sewing world has to offer and link up your own projects!

And we’re back! It’s that time of the week again…time to strut your stuff at the best crochet, knitting and sewing party online, hosted by Moogly and me! I’ve been sharing my favorite projects (and there were a lot of them last week!) on Sulia a lot, so if you’ve seen some referral links from […]

Diary of a Mama on the GAPS Intro Diet – Week 1

Diary of a Mama Toughin It Out on the GAPS Intro Diet - Week 1

After one week on the GAPS intro diet, based on the book [amazon_link id="0954852028" target="_blank" ]Gut and Psychology Syndrome[/amazon_link] by Dr. Campbell-McBride, I have survived and have done quite well! I’m proud of myself for sticking to it. Here’s how my first week went. First off, the eBook I bought from Health, Home and Happiness, “What […]

Diary of a Mama on the GAPS Intro Diet – A Protocol to Heal the Digestive System

Diary of a Mama Toughin It Out on the GAPS Intro Diet to Heal Auto Immune Disease

Ever heard of the GAPS diet? Well, neither had I up until six months ago. Then my life took a HUGE turn and many steps in the right direction. It’s an amazing temporary diet that works to heal the digestive system to cure you of all manners of autoimmune disease. It’s very similar to the […]

Crochet for Cancer – Crochet-A-Long and Prize Worth $125!

Crochet for Cancer - Crochet-A-Long and $125 Prize from Red Heart Yarns!

Welcome to my first-ever crochet-a-long for charity! Over the next two weeks, we are going to be making four projects (or more if time allows!) to mail to a chapter of Crochet for Cancer, Hooks of Hope, located in Eastern Pennsylvania. They give crocheted items to hospitals all across America to patients undergoing chemo and […]

Hookin On Hump Day #68 – Link Party for the Fiber Arts

Hookin on Hump Day #68 - Link Party for the Fiber Arts

Welcome to the best place on the web to link up and share your crochet, knitting, sewing (and more!) projects! Get seen and noticed here or browse the beautiful inspiration and find some free patterns! Here’s what was popular last time! #1 Most-Clicked Link: Spring into Summer with a FREE Crochet Blanket Pattern from Felted Button […]

Spring Fling Picot Trellis Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

Spring Fling Crochet Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern for a Lightweight Cool Weather Scarf

A free crochet pattern for a bright and colorful, open stitch scarf that’s perfect for when the weather is cool and the buds are just starting to pop out. I love infinity scarves – how they don’t dangle all the way down to my waist and get in the way of picking up my kids, […]

Real Food Snacks for Kids (that even adults will love!)

Real Food Snack Ideas for Kids - Kid Tested and Approved!

We all want to raise our children with good healthy food, but it can be very hard in a processed, convenient world. Welcome to my series on how to eat real, healthy food with kids. If you missed my first post, you might be interested to read, “How To Get Your Kids to Eat Real […]

How To Get Kids to Eat Real Food Without the Battles

How to Get Your Kids to Eat Real and Healthy Food Without the Battles

I think we can all agree that we want our children eating the healthiest food possible, but unfortunately, information on how to practically do it, day-to-day, meal-to-meal is not widespread. Here are my tips and tricks that have worked for my family. My kids eat about 98% real food, and you and your family can, […]