Simple Living Wednesday Link Up!

Our Simple Farm
Welcome to Our Simple Farm’s Simple Living Wednesday Link-Up!  I am so encouraged by what you all have to share and am so thankful for your participation!  Let me share with you some of the most liked posts!
Morning Cuppas With Glenys posted a very heartfelt post on It’s Time to Go Back to the Simple Life.  Ahhhhh, the simple life!  She writes it well!
Cheeky Bums Blog has shared her herbal medicine cabinet with us and what she uses each herb for in her post, Living Naturally; A Peek Inside My Medicine Cabinet.

If you are interested in learning how to make your own candles using leftover grease, check out HeavensDaughter’s Blog as she gives step by step instructions with pictures and tweaking ideas.
Now, it is your turn!  I can’t wait to see what you all have been up to!  But first, let me remind you so you won’t forget,
Also, let’s remember the simple rules, to link back here from your post that you have shared.  Ideas include anything having to do with homesteading, biblical living, sustainable farming, bartering, income ideas, homemaking, homeschooling, DIY projects and anything else you think would fit!

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6 comments on “Simple Living Wednesday Link Up!

  1. Hi! Thanks for hosting! You make raising chicks look so easy, I'm sold. 🙂

    This week I wrote on the exceptionally high costs of importing specialty foods and “superfoods” from developing countries, and how even “fair trade” contributes to the destruction traditional food systems, small farms and ecosystems across the globe. I also included an updated post on my ten favorite homegrown superfoods.

    http://www.smallfootprintfamily.com/the-environmental-impact-of-imported-superfoods/

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