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The Made From Scratch Life

Author : Melissa K. Norris
ISBN : 9780736965347
Genre : Cooking
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"Simple ways to create a natural home"--Front cover.

The Simple Road To Heaven

Author : Don West
ISBN : 9781770971066
Genre : Religion
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Though most people know of God many know little about Him. Faithful followers of God believe in salvation and eternal life while nonbelievers deem God as a myth, a product of believer's overactive imaginations. Don West walks the reader in "The Simple Road to Heaven" down a path that unravels basic truths concerning God and His plan for His people. Though the road is simple, we know that it is not always an easy road. As West states, "It takes a moment to understand the road to heaven and a lifetime to get there." In the book, West presents what he refers to as the "basic truths" about God and His plans. Through these truths, he aims to encourage the reader to forge a closer and stronger relationship with God in order to fully know Him, understand His will and His hope for mankind. "The Simple Road to Heaven" answers many questions regarding the road to Heaven. The book is a tool for those wanting to know more of God, for those who want to reinforce their own beliefs and for those who want to use it to teach others....

Hand Made

Author : Melissa K. Norris
ISBN : 9780736969673
Genre : Religion
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Homemade Shouldn't Be Hectic Do you wish you could slow down and create a home you and your family love and enjoy spending time in? Melissa K. Norris, author of The Made-from-Scratch Life and voice of the Pioneering Today podcast, offers down-to-earth tips and guidance to help you learn how to... bake old-fashioned recipes (everything from biscuits to shepherd's pie) with quick, stress-free steps grow, harvest, and preserve culinary and medicinal herbs (with DIY tutorials for soaps, salves, and balms) make your own cultured and fermented foods at home following simple instructions for buttermilk, sour cream, sourdough, and more simplify your routine and declutter your home with room-by-room guides and Depression-era wisdom Open your heart to God-given rest and discover practical and tangible ways you can craft your home into a refuge for yourself and the ones you love.

Natural Families Healthy Homes

Author : Donna Walls
ISBN : 9781434349033
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Natural Families- Healthy Homes A greener way of finding health The connection between a healthy environment and personal health is clear, and people are searching for ways to "go green." If you are looking for practical, common sense information to incorporate eco-friendly practices into your everyday life, this is the book for you. Natural Families - Healthy Homes provides you with not only the concerns about many toxic chemicals, but gives you easy, healthy alternatives for everything from cleaning the house and grooming the lawn to healthier foods and chemical-free personal care products. Wondering how to get started on a greener way of life? Begin with the chemical inventory at the back of the book. Then tape the plan, also at the back of the book, to your energy efficient refrigerator. Start by making the changes, using the recipes included in every chapter, to your daily routine and make it a family activity. A small commitment to incorporating these simple, inexpensive ideas can make a rewarding difference in creating a healthier way of life for you, your family and Mother Earth. A must for families looking for a healthier way of life! Connie Livingston, RN, President, Perinatal Education Associates Donna presents down to earth help for a healthier environment. Yvonne Dunphe, Cox Arboretum and Gardens

Love The Home You Have

Author : Melissa Michaels
ISBN : 9780736963077
Genre : House & Home
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What if the house of your dreams is the home you have? Meet Melissa Michaels, creator of the popular blog The Inspired Room and the best contentment coach you’ll ever meet. With humor and candor Melissa reveals how to transform your rooms (and your life) from plainly livable to fabulously lovable. Like a perfectly overstuffed chair, Melissa’s encouragement beckons you to get comfortable and then get creative as you: find beauty in the ordinary discover your style and let it shine with simple ideas entertain possibilities and people with more gratitude and joy gather inspiration in the 31-day Love Your Home Challenge leap from dreamer to doer with confidence Much more than décor! This is your invitation to fall in love with the home you have and embrace the gifts of life, people, and blessings right where you are.

Little House Living

Author : Merissa A. Alink
ISBN : 9781501104299
Genre : House & Home
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From the immensely popular blogger behind Little House Living comes a motivational homemaking book, inspired by Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie, featuring creative, fun ways to live your life simply and frugally—perfect for fans of Ree Drummond’s The Pioneer Woman. Shortly after getting married, Merissa Alink and her husband found themselves with nothing in their pantry but a package of spaghetti and some breadcrumbs. Their life had hit rock bottom, and it was only after a touching act of charity that they were able to get on their feet again. Inspired by this gesture of kindness as well as the beloved Little House on the Prairie books, Merissa found that a life of self-sufficiency and simplicity could be charming and blissful. She set out to live an entirely made-from-scratch life, the “Little House” way, and as a result, she slashed her household budget by nearly half—saving thousands of dollars a year. She started to write about homesteading, homemaking, and cooking from scratch, and over the next few years developed the recipes and DIY projects that would one day become part of her now beloved website, As whole foods became staples of the family diet, Merissa realized the dangers of putting overly processed ingredients not only into our bodies, but on or near them as well. In addition to countless delicious, home-cooked meals, she developed natural, easy-to-make recipes for everything from sunscreen to taco seasoning mix, lemon poppy hand scrub to furniture polish. With their simple ingredients, these recipes are allergen friendly and many are gluten-free. With over 130 practical, simple DIY recipes, gorgeous full-color photographs, and Merissa’s trademark charm in personal stories and tips, Little House Living is the epitome of heartland warmth and prairie inspiration.


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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.

Made From Scratch

Author : Jean Zimmerman
ISBN : 9781439138083
Genre : Social Science
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A stunning celebration and reappraisal of the importance of “women’s work,” Made from Scratch addresses the tug that many Americans feel between our professional and private lives. In this stunning celebration and reappraisal of the importance of "women's work," acclaimed journalist Jean Zimmerman poignantly addresses the tug that many Americans of the twenty-first century feel between our professional and private lives. With sharp wit and intelligence, she offers evidence that in the current domestic vacuum, we still long for a richer home life -- a paradox visible in the Martha Stewart phenomenon, in the continuing popularity of women's service magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens, Family Circle, and Ladies' Home Journal -- whose combined circulation of over 17 million is nearly twice the combined circulation of Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News & World Report -- and the booming business of restorations, where onlookers get a hands-on view of domestic life as it flourished in past centuries. This book is about the ways home traditions passed from one generation to the next -- baking a birthday cake from scratch, cherishing family heirlooms, or discovering the satisfaction of piecing a quilt -- sustain our souls, especially in our ever more processed, synthetic world, where we buy "homemade" goods and fail to see the irony in that. Made from Scratch tells the story of the unsung heroines of the hearth, investigating the history of female domesticity and charting its cultural changes over centuries. Zimmerman traces the lives of her own family's homemakers -- from her tiny but indomitable grandmother, who managed a farm, strangled chickens with her bare hands, and sewed all the family clothing, to her mother, who rejected her country upbringing yet kept a fastidious suburban home where the gender divide stayed firmly in place, to her own experiences as a wife and mother weaned on the Women's Movement of the 1970s, with its emphatic view that housework was a dirty word and that the domestic sphere was to be fled rather than cherished. In this book Zimmerman questions the unexamined trade-off we have made in a shockingly brief time span, as we've "progressed" from home-raised chickens to frozen TV dinners to McNuggets from the food court at the mall. What is lost when we no longer engage, as individuals and as a community, in the ancient rituals of food, craft, and shelter?

Adobe Homes For All Climates

Author : Lisa Schroder
ISBN : 9781603582575
Genre : Architecture
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"With Adobe Homes for all Climates, [Schroder and Ogletee] offer a fresh, modern voice to the lively revival of earthen building, and provide a wealth of practical detail as well. People who are considering building with earth---or just wondering why we would want to---would do well to consult this book."---Bruce King, director, Ecological Network, from the Foreword "Much admired for the adobe homes she has built in the Southwest, Lisa Schroder gives a thorough description in Adobe Homes for all Climates of the techniques of adobe construction in the United States... and guides the eager builder in great detail through the intricacies of earth construction. As we mud freaks know, earth architecture is eminently the solution for the future."---Simone Swan, designer/builder and founder of The Adobe Alliance "Adobe has always been thought of as a material for the hot, arid parts of the world. Now Lisa and Vince show us how to build with adobe in cold and wet climates, too. This is good news!"---Quentin Wilson, director, Adobe Construction Program, Northern New Mexico College Humble adobe bricks make the ideal building blocks for eco-friendly structures. They provide an easy, forgiving, and cost-effective means for building solid masonry-wall systems. And adobe construction can also be adapted far beyond the hot and dry climates we typically associate with it. In Adobe Homes for All Climates, two veteran adobe builders show how modern spins on an old art can make adobe practical even for cold, wet, or earthquake-prone areas. Written for both do-it-yourselfers and experienced adobe builders seeking to improve their craft, the book describes Adobe Building Systems' patented reinforcement and scaffolding systems and shows readers how to construct adobe homes easily and safely, and with superior strength, durability, structural integrity, and aesthetic appeal.

Back To Basics

Author : Abigail R. Gehring
ISBN : 9781602392335
Genre : Gardening
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A lavishly illustrated revision of a top-selling primer invites readers to develop healthier, more environmentally friendly, and self-sufficient living skills that are less reliant on technology, in a resource that shares step-by-step instructions for such capabilities as raising chickens, making cheese, and building a log cabin.

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