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Thanksgiving Potpourri: The wonderful smells of Thanksgiving-without all the work

Thanksgiving Potpourri: The wonderful smells of Thanksgiving-without all the work

By Amber Bradshaw | Oct 2, 2017

Thanksgiving Potpourri: The wonderful smells of Thanksgiving-without all the work The sense of smell, more than sight, hearing or even taste, is where we store our most cherished and vintage memories. Once you raise that first fork full of stuffing, you begin to breathe in a memory of your childhood. As you sit at the…

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5 Amazing Fall Potpourri Recipes + Bonus Tip

5 Amazing Fall Potpourri Recipes + Bonus Tip

By Amber Bradshaw | Oct 2, 2017

  The crisp cool air after the long summer heat, the painted leaves as they begin to pile on the ground, the fresh-baked apple pie and the first fire of the season. The smells of fall are my favorite time of year. They bring back nostalgic memories of my childhood. Now you can have those…

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Sweet Potato Quiche- Gluten Free & Grain Free. Include your fresh herbs in this yummy recipe!

Sweet Potato Quiche- Gluten and Grain Free!

By Amber Bradshaw | Oct 2, 2017

Sweet Potato Quiche- Gluten and Grain Free! Sweet Potato Quiche- I am always looking for new recipes my family will eat and enjoy, this recipe did not disappoint! The sweet potato crust brings a nice balance to the savory filling and it’s loaded with seasonal produce that should be easy to find any time of…

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Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups Herb Infused

Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups: Nectarine & Sage

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 29, 2017

Fruit Roll-Ups aren’t just for kids anymore. Now you can enjoy a childhood favorite treat in a flavor you will love. Our Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups in Nectarine & Sage will surprise your pallet and quickly become a pantry staple. With just three simple ingredients, you won’t believe how easy Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups are to make.…

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How To Keep Food Cool Off Grid & Without Electricity

How to Keep Food Cool Off Grid & Without Electricity

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 25, 2017

  What happens if a storm hits and you’re without power for a week or longer? How long would your food supply last without electricity? What if you live Off-grid, how will you cool your food? I will answer all of these questions and more in How to keep food cool off Grid & without electricity.

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10 Free Vacations For Homesteaders- You Can't Afford Not To

10 Free Vacations For Homesteaders- You Can’t Afford Not To

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 22, 2017

10 FREE Vacations For Homesteaders or Anyone The title almost sounds like a bad timeshare scam, but the truth is, you can take a free vacation; we’ve been doing it for over a decade and I want to share our secret with you. Not just one- but 10 Free Vacation Ideas!

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How to Make A Smudge Stick & Reduce Airborne Bacteria

How to Make A Smudge Stick- Reduce Airborne Bacteria

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 14, 2017

How to Make A Smudge Stick- Reduce Airborne Bacteria After all of the flooding, mold, and the increased viruses, reducing bacteria from the air just makes sense. Unfortunately, store-bought chemicals, air fresheners and cleaners tend to add to the problem and not help it. As a consequence, petrochemicals, synthetic ingredients and artificial fragrances increase risk…

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Everything You Want To Know About Preparing For A Hurricane

Everything You Want To Know About Preparing For A Hurricane

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 7, 2017

Everything You Want To Know About Preparing For A Hurricane Living on the coast, in the South you can be sure of three things Southern Hospitality Humidity Hurricanes Typically Hurricane Season here is from June 1st to November 30th. Although, Mother Nature doesn’t let anyone tell her when she can and when she can’t send…

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Two Week Family Meal Plan for Disasters- With FREE Printable

Two Week Family Meal Plan for Disasters- With FREE Printable

By Amber Bradshaw | Sep 7, 2017

It’s only been one year since we went through a hurricane here on the east coast. We were without power, any form of communication, and the use of bathroom facilities for a week- we were fortunate compared to most. Banks closed early before the hurricane, store shelves were emptied, gas stations were out of gas…

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