Best Children’s Books for Fall

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Children are made readers on the laps of their parents. — Emilie Buchwald

It’s fall! This is the perfect time to enjoy a fall book or two with your children. Curl up under a blanket inside or bring it outside to soak up the sun and enjoy the crisp weather before it turns into winter. Read about the leaves, apples, pumpkins, thanksgiving, and more.

Best Children's Books for Fall

I am sharing just a few fall books we enjoy. Go to Amazon to add the books to your collection or head to your library to check these out. Here are some of the best children’s books for fall:  

It’s Pumpkin Day, Mouse
This book will get your children ready to carve pumpkins! My girls loved to pick their favorite pumpkin expressions.

God Bless Our Fall
A sweet reminder of the many blessings of fall.

Pumpkin Pumpkin

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf

Bear Says Thanks
Karma Wilson’s bear books are favorites in my home.  

Bear Has a Story to Tell
For the end of the fall season…

An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving
by Louisa May Alcott

The Berenstain Bears’ Harvest Festival

And a touch and feel book for the little ones.

What are your favorite children’s books for fall?

Pin this post for later! I have a few more fall books on hold at the library, so I may be adding more books to this list soon.

Best Children's Books for Fall

Are you looking for books specifically for babies? Head over to read my 10 Favorite Books for Babies. All 10 books have been read again and again in my home. They are our true favorites!

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Monthly Goals – October

Monthly Goals - October

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My Monthly Goals…Why do I set them? Why do I share them here?

  • Setting goals helps me remain focused.
  • Sharing my goals helps to hold me accountable.
  • I hope that it may inspire you to set goals for yourself.

Are you new to goal setting? Here are a few posts that may help or inspire you:

Monthly Goals - October


September: We were not used to getting out of the house early, but now that my daughter is in kindergarten many of our mornings have changed. My goal in September was to get to bed early so the earlier mornings were not too rough. Sleep wasn’t great in September as the baby in my tummy isn’t allowing for much of it…

October: I don’t have much control of my sleep at 36+ weeks pregnant and when the baby comes I definitely will NOT have control of my sleep! So my goal for October is to keep my daughters well-rested. I would like them in bed at or before 8:00 every night. I am contemplating moving this earlier.

If you have trouble making sleep a priority, check out these helpful resources: 

Your Morning Manual: A Guide & Workbook for Resetting and Maximizing Your Mornings


September: Cardio 3-4 times per week. Try to walk outside at least once per week. DONE. It’s hardly a vigorous workout these days, but I feel so much better when I exercise while pregnant!

October: Cardio 3 times per week. Try to walk at least once per week. Do you need tips on getting exercise into your daily life?

Weekly “date” night with hubby

September: One movie, game or date night per week. I believe we did this most weeks?

October: One movie, game or date night per week. This is getting a bit harder as we prep for baby, work on projects around the house, and various other things. But we will try…

Monthly outing with our family

September: Plan one fun activity for the four of us. We had a fun evening going out for dinner and playing at a new park!

October: Plan one fun activity for the four of us. Maybe? Because baby is due in October, it’s hard to know what this month looks like. I am all about flexibility in October.

Habit from my 12 Mini Goal Challenge

September: Abiding by the school schedule is a big change for us. I knew that I would need to manage my schedule much differently as I am not used to getting my girls out the door early in the morning. I am missing out on much of my morning alone/blogging time and I have needed to be much more strict about bedtimes and morning routines. In September I focused on planning my morning and evening schedules out to help get a handle on our new school routine.

September went really well! Our transition to school has been smoother than I expected! Once a newborn is in the mix, it may be another story!

October: I have always had quite a sweet tooth and know that I consume way more sugar than I should. While I believe that splurges are OK and most things are fine in moderation, I know that I don’t consume sugar in moderation.

I have cut back on sugar in the past and it’s a great feeling to know I am consuming less sugar. Unfortunately, the change doesn’t always stick around long-term! Because baby will be showing up in October, I know that eating a healthy diet will help to keep my energy up with a newborn. Well…as high as an energy level can be with a newborn. ;) I am joining the #GoodbyeSugar30 Challenge in hopes to cut down on my sugar intake.

Read more about my 12 Mini-Goals Challenge.


September: Read Daily Devotional New Testament: Through the New Testament in a Year every morning. This daily devotional includes two readings from the New Testament, a short reflection, a portion of the Psalms and a thoughts for prayer section. I enjoyed reading this devotion every morning. I have spent the last year or so changing up my daily devotion and I liked just having one that I go to every morning.

While I know the importance of starting my day in God’s Word, the third-trimester tiredness is getting the best of me. I again wasn’t consistent with this in September.

October: Continue to read Daily Devotional New Testament: Through the New Testament in a Year every morning. 

Morning devotion with my girls

September: Read a daily devotion or bible story with my girls at breakfast (on non-school days). I did OK. I didn’t track my goals on paper this month, so it’s hard to know. 

October: Read a daily devotion or bible story with my girls at breakfast (on non-school days). I wrote more about this new morning routine here.


September: Because of the eBook launch and spending more time than usual on sponsored posts, I have neglected a few things around the home. I would like to get more organized (declutter!) around the house and get a few things sorted and rearranged for the new baby. – I made some progress with this, but would like to do more in October!

October: Get ready for baby: wash baby laundry, prep more food for the freezer, clean up around the home, enjoy quality one-on-one time with my girls.

September Blog Goals

October Blog Goals

  • Complete Christmas Planner (done!) and write blog posts for the planner.
  • Complete two sponsored posts.
  • Clean up subscriber list in Mailchimp. This is to keep e-mail list costs down.
  • Update savings schedule printable.
  • Make tentative posting plan for October – December.
  • Promote next Ultimate Bundle. Sign up to be notified of the next bundle.

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October Mini Goal: Cut Back on Sugar

This post is part of my 12 Mini Goals Challenge.

Small daily habits can make a big difference over the course of a few weeks, months, or even longer. In 2016, I am going to focus on a new habit or mini goal every month. In January, I focused on Daily Movement or Exercise. In February, I focused on cutting down on evening snacking. In March, my goal was 30 days of pilates. In April, my goal was to clear my kitchen counters every night. In May, I attempted to clear out my closet 3 items at a time. In June, my goal was to reset my mornings and wake up earlier. In July, my goal was to drink more water. In August, I wanted to track our daily reading. In September, I got control of our morning and evening schedules.

I have always had quite a sweet tooth and know that I consume way more sugar than I should. While I believe that splurges are OK and most things are fine in moderation, I know that I don’t consume sugar in moderation. If I am hungry, I often reach for a sweet snack instead of a healthier and more filling option. This is especially true in the evening.

I have cut back on sugar in the past and it’s a great feeling to know I am consuming less sugar. Unfortunately the change doesn’t always stick around long-term! Because baby will be showing up in October, I know that eating a healthy diet will help to keep my energy up with a newborn. Well…as high as an energy level can be with a newborn. ;)

My October Mini Goal: Join the #GoodbyeSugar30 Challenge and watch my sugar intake

In October I am going to join the #GoodbyeSugar30 challenge and look out for added sugars. I am going to watch labels for the number of sugar grams and watch my overall intake of sweets. One of the reasons I am excited to join the challenge is because it will help me to get to know sugar more. There are more than 60 names for sugar that may appear on the food ingredient lists. While I know some, I know I have even more to learn. I want to better understand the sugar terms so I can easily find them on food labels at the grocery store.

I will watch for added sugars and will look for places when I have control over removing the added sugars. I will be focusing on small changes to my lifestyle to help reduce my sugar intake.

I enjoy experimenting with recipes to see where I can reduce or replace sugar without ruining the taste. When I made baked pumpkin french toast the other day, I reduced the sugar in the topping and added in healthy ingredients such as oats and flax seed. I completely eliminated the sugar in the pumpkin/egg mixture and added SPLENDA® Naturals Stevia Sweetener instead. SPLENDA® Naturals Stevia Sweetener gives a great sweet taste without the calories, added flavors, or artificial ingredients. I was happy that there was no bitter aftertaste. Even after cutting back on the topping sugar and eliminating and replacing the rest of the sugar, the pumpkin french toast was just as tasty as before!

Cut Back on Sugar Cut Back on Sugar

Your October Mini Goal: Join the #GoodbyeSugar30 Challenge and cut back on sugar. Or make a different diet change.

Do you have any idea how much sugar is in your diet? Join the challenge to help you easily identify sugar when reading ingredient lists. Look for the added sugars at the grocery store and while cooking or baking in your kitchen.

Watch for places when you have total control the over removing the added sugars. Tea and coffee are great places to start. If you add sugar to your coffee, consider adding SPLENDA® Naturals Stevia Sweetener instead.

Tools like SPLENDA® Naturals Stevia Sweetener can help make adjustments to your sugar intake easier than you may have thought. For more information, visit

Join #GoodbyeSugar30 to help you spot other places in your diet where sugar is added.

Cut Back on Sugar

Let me know if you decide to join!

 Cut Back on Sugar

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How to Have a Healthy Morning

How to have a healthy morning

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I know that it’s common for moms to neglect their health. They are often too busy taking care of their families that they forget about their own health and wellness. It’s just not worth pushing aside your health!

While I don’t exercise as often as I used to and I splurge (often…you wouldn’t believe the amount of sweets I can consume!) on desserts, I make sure I am giving my health some attention.

  • I am a more patient wife and mother when I get the chance to exercise a few days each week, so I don’t feel bad that I make this a priority.
  • I know that food is fuel and I have more energy when I eat better.
  • I finally learned the importance of sleep and having a well-rested family!

How to have a healthy morning: Minimize morning stress, Plan your day, Hydrate, Drink warm, lemon water, Eat a healthy breakfast, Get moving, Consider vitamins or supplements.

The morning is a great time to start your day off right with a few healthy habits. Here are a few tips on how to have a healthy morning: 

Minimize morning stress by allowing for extra time

It’s stressful to wake up late and scramble around all morning. Save yourself the stress and set your alarm earlier than you need to, even if it’s just 10-15 minutes. Adding extra time can help your day start in a calm and relaxed manner. It also gives you wiggle room if something comes up and your morning is derailed. If you have children, you might need more than 10 extra minutes scheduled in!

Spend a few minutes planning your day

Go over your calendar and make sure you know what is on the schedule for the day. If you don’t meal plan weekly, the morning is a great time to think about what is for dinner. You are more likely to prepare a healthy dinner if you think ahead and aren’t forced to scramble at dinner-time.

If you need help planning out your morning, check out Make Over Your Morning.


One of the first things you should do each morning is drink a large glass of water. You wake up dehydrated and this is the perfect way to get your body ready for the day! I try to drink a glass a water before I start in on coffee. Here are 8 Ways to Drink More Water Every Day.

Drink warm, lemon water

Meet your hydration goals by starting the morning with warm lemon water. This is a quick and easy drink to add to your morning.  Here are some of the benefits of lemon water.

Eat a healthy breakfast

I am sure that I don’t need to tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You have fasted all night and your body needs fuel to start your day and to get your metabolism going!

I feel so much better when I have started my morning off with a healthy breakfast. I like to have my breakfast satisfying enough that I do not want to snack all morning. I leave room for plenty of splurges in my diet, but breakfast is the one meal that I try to always keep healthy. If my diet is less than stellar the rest of the day it’s nice to know that I got it right for one meal! 

I typically start my day with one of the following: oatmeal, yogurt & granola, eggs, or a smoothie. I like to add flaxseed, cinnamon, protein powder, and chia seeds to my oatmeal or smoothies for a healthy boost. Check out Thrive Market to get these healthy add-ons! Get 15% off your first order here.

Get moving

This is my main stress reliever. I start to get unpleasant when I go too long without exercise! If you are not exercising consistently, start by adding small amounts of exercise into your day. If you have trouble getting motivated, remember that the first step out the door is the hardest. Once you get out and exercise, you will rarely (if ever!) regret it. 

Try this quick Wake-Up Workout, one of the many free resources on this list.

Wake up well-rested

Sleep is so important! I took me years to realize that I should actually prioritize sleep and it’s worth making a few changes.

If you have trouble making sleep a priority, check out these helpful resources: 

Find your morning incentive

Figure out what quick activity or treat refreshes and relaxes you. If that gives you a little more patience to get you through the day…schedule it in!!

Consider vitamins or supplements based on your needs

While I try to get most of my nutrients from foods, I supplement based on my current needs. While pregnant this includes a prenatal, Vitamin D, and fish oil. I am adding in a probiotic as I get closer to delivery, in case I need to be on an antibiotic as I was with my other two deliveries. I add more Vitamin C and zinc to my daughter’s diets as the cold season approaches.


How to have a healthy morning: Minimize morning stress, Plan your day, Hydrate, Drink warm, lemon water, Eat a healthy breakfast, Get moving, Consider vitamins or supplements.

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Healthy Living Resources

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In my post 7 Habits to Add to Your Morning Routine, I listed the following habits that I like to add to most mornings:

Something Essential…Something Encouraging…Something Productive…Something Active…Something Healthy…Something Refreshing…Something to Ignore…

Today I am going to share a bundle of resources that will help you with Something Healthy and Something Active

If healthy living is important to your mornings or the rest of your day, check out The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle. It’s a collection of 83 eBooks and eCourses on health and wellness including the following topics:

  • Alternative Health
  • DIY Beauty & Skincare
  • Essential Oils & Natural Remedies
  • Fitness & Weight Loss
  • Women Issues
  • Gardening & Homesteading
  • Gluten- & Grain-Free
  • Healthy Kids
  • Healthy Lifestyle
  • Paleo
  • Real Food & Nutrition
  • Recipes
  • And more…including physical bonuses.

The combined value of everything in the bundle is over $2,400, but you get it all for 98% off! For a limited time, the entire set is available for $29.97. It breaks down to under 30 cents per book or course.

{Update} The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle flash sale is Wednesday, December 28 – Thursday, December 29!

Healthy Living Resources

Here’s everything you get when you buy The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle:

  • A comprehensive collection of 83 eBooks and eCourses covering almost everything you could want to know on how to keep yourself and your family in the best of health, including how to…
    • use essential oils and natural remedies,
    • cook real food your family will love,
    • breathe new life into your exercise habits,
    • raise exceptionally healthy kids in an unhealthy world,
    • and so much more…
  • A unique Getting Started Guide to help you pinpoint exactly which resources are right for you right now, so you can take action immediately. This will help if you are worried about information overload.
  • Over $250 worth of incredible (and mostly physical) bonus offers from healthy living companies, including supplements, herbal tinctures, natural beauty and skincare products, maca powder, mineral makeup and more. 
  • Full money-back, happiness guarantee, so there’s no risk in trying it out.
  • I am excited to be a contributor as my Health & Wellness Printable Planner is included in the bundle this year!

Here are just a few of the resources included: 

Healthy Living Resources. Healthy Lifestyle.

All of the titles above and more are available for $29.97 – that’s 98% off the combined value of the resources! The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle (2016 Edition) flash sale is  Wednesday, December 28 – Thursday, December 29.

View more info on the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle here.
The Bonuses (worth over $250!) alone more than pay for the cost of the Bundle. The bonus offers include:

1. Bloom Naturals – $15 gift certificate toward any product ($15 value) – not available during flash sale
2. Perfect Supplements – $15 gift certificate toward any Perfect Brand product ($15 value)
3. TriLight Health – $15 off select TriLight products ($15 value)
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5. The Maca Team – FREE Organic Gelatinized Yellow Maca Powder, 8 oz. ($15.44 value)
6. Primal Life Organics – FREE 1-ounce jar of Dirty Mouth Toothpowder ($15.97 value) – not available during flash sale
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9. Orglamix – FREE Mineral Eye Shadow Trio ($18 value)
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11. Grove Co. – FREE Mrs. Meyer’s 64 Load Laundry Detergent, Mrs. Meyer’s Fabric Softener, 60 Day VIP Trial, and FREE shipping with a $20 minimum purchase for new customers ($32.66 value); FREE 1-year VIP Membership ($39.95 value) for existing customers
12. Meal Garden – 6 months of Meal Garden FREE (value $35.70)

Healthy Living Resources

I have purchased from Ultimate Bundles in the past and was happy with the purchase. I was impressed with the number of helpful resources they provided for a low price! Take a quick browse of the titles…you will probably find quite a few interesting titles. Or read the FULL list of eBooks and eCourses included at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how it works:
Visit their website, take a look at all the resources and bonuses that comes in this package, then click the green “Buy now!” button to go through their simple and secure 3-step checkout process.

You’ll receive an email with a login to their online access portal, where you’ll begin downloading your eBooks, signing up for your eCourses, and redeeming your free bonus offers.

Use their Getting Started Guide to pick the topic you want to tackle first and start making healthy changes!

An important detail is that this bundle is available for just 2 days! Wednesday, December 28 and Thursday, December 29

The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle stands behind what they provide. They provide an Ultimate Bundles 30-day guarantee, so you can make sure it’s right for you. 

See the full list below:

Alternative Health

  • Heal Your Gut Summit by Eric Zielinski at Dr. Eric Z ($97.00)
  • Heal Your Microbiome Optimize Your Health by Dr. Jill Tieman at Real Food Forager ($5.95)
  • Healing Patiently by Chloe Breczinski at How We Flourish ($30.00)
  • Juicing the Right Way by Cameron & Erin Smith at Eat Real, Stay Sane ($17.00)
  • Stress Solutions by Evan Brand at Not Just Paleo ($24.00)
  • The Eczema Cure by Emily Bartlett at Holistic Squid ($29.95)

DIY Beauty & Skincare

  • Beauty’s Dirty Secret: 3 Simple Steps To Super Power Your Skin by Trina Felber at Primal Life Organics ($8.99)
  • Discover Your Ingredient Profile by Rachael Pontillo at Holistically Haute ($19.97)
  • DIY Dental Care eCourse by Kari Newsomand Spark Health ($17.00)
  • DIY Natural Body: Homemade Beauty Recipes for Natural Hair, Skin, and Body Care. by Matt and Betsy Jabs at DIY Natural ($9.99)
  • Find Your Synergistic Skin Combination by Rachael Pontillo at Holistically Haute ($9.97)
  • Fresh Facials & Scrumptious Scrubs by Katie Kimball at Kitchen Stewardship ($9.95)
  • Get Glowing by Kari Newsom at Kari Newsome ($13.97)
  • The Natural Beauty Course by Becca Piastrelli at The Dabblist ($47.00)
  • The Natural Beauty Recipe Book by Stephanie Rose at Garden Therapy ($9.99)
  • The No Poo Method by Ashlee Mayer at The Crunchy Moose ($19.99)

Essential Oils & Natural Remedies

  • Common Sense Health by Laurie Neverman at Common Sense Homesteading ($4.99)
  • Essential Oils for Health & Home by Crystal Brothers at Serving Joyfully ($39.00)
  • Essential Oils Revolution 1 by Eric Zielinski at Dr. Eric Z ($97.00)
  • Herbal Tea Kick-Start Guide by Kami McBride at Living Awareness ($147.00)
  • The Hydrosol Quick-Start Guide by Lea Harris at Using EOs Safely ($7.99)

Fitness & Weight Loss

  • 6-Week Jumpstart by Cindy Santa Ana at Unlock Better Health ($69.00)
  • Startup7: A 7-Routine Mini Course by Bethany Learn at Fit2B ($28.97)
  • Nutrition Reset by Dietician Cassie ($49.00)
  • Secrets to a Healthy Metabolism by Maria Emmerich at Keto Adapted ($12.99)
  • The Knocked-Up Fitness Guide to Pregnancy by Erica Ziel at Knocked-Up Fitness ($29.95)
  • The TV Time Action Pack by Jennifer Hoffman at Healthy Moving ($29.97)

For Women

  • Fix Your Blood Sugar Protocol by Nicole Jardim at ($37.00)
  • Harness Your Hormones for Effortless Weight Loss by Alisa Vitti at Flo Living ($27.00)
  • Healing Hormones by Shiroko Sokitch at Heart to Heart Medical Center ($97.00)
  • Natural Hormone Balance Guide for Women by Wellness Mama ($24.00)
  • Perfect Periods by Bridgit Danner at Women’s Wellness Collaborative ($97.00)

Gardening & Homesteading

  • Complete Wild Edibles Package by Sergei Boutenko at Sergei Boutenko ($30.00)
  • Feeding Your Hens Right by Maat van Uitert at The Frugal Chicken ($107.00)
  • Fiercely D.I.Y Guide to Seasonal Living by Kathie N. Lapcevic at Homespun Seasonal Living ($8.50)
  • Home Canning with Confidence by Melissa K Norris at ($67.00)
  • Jumpstart Your Urban Farm by Greg Peterson at Urban Farm ($67.00)
  • Patio Raptors by Meredith Skyer at ImaginAcres ($9.99)
  • Planning & Designing the Family Food Garden + Printable Planner by Isis Loran at Family Food Garden ($12.99)

Gluten- & Grain-Free

  • Affordable Gluten-Free Living by Elise New at Frugal Farm Wife ($4.99)
  • Brainy Breakfasts by Trisha Gilkerson at Intoxicated on Life ($10.00)
  • Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Breakfasts by Lisa Wells at Cook E at Paleo ($15.00)
  • Gluten-Free Party Food by Lindsay Garza at Veggie Balance ($3.00)
  • Holiday Cooking: A Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Celebration by Terry Fites, M.D. at Molly Green Magazine ($5.95)
  • Mastering the Art of Baking with Coconut Flour by Starlene Stewart at GAPS Diet Journey ($12.00)
  • Whole New Mom’s Allergy-Free Meal Plan by Adrienne Urban at Whole New Mom ($14.00)

Healthy Kids

  • A Mother’s Guide to Probiotics by Melanie Christner at Honest Body ($19.00)
  • Autism Diet Success Workshop by Julie Matthews at Nourishing Hope ($47.00)
  • Crunch by Dr. Orlena Kerek at Snotty Noses ($15.00)
  • From the Birthing Tub: 50 Inspiring Stories of Natural Childbirth by Genevieve and the Mama Natural Community ($12.00)
  • MamaBaby Birthing 2.0 by Kristen Burgess at ($97.00)
  • Why Won’t My Child Eat by Mary Voogt at Just Take a Bite ($9.99)

Healthy Lifestyle

  • DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes by Heather Dessinger at Mommypotamus ($19.99)
  • Everyday Wellness by Nina Nelson at Shalom Mama ($2.99)
  • Fresh Start by Kresha Faber at Nourishing Joy ($59.00)
  • Health & Wellness Planner by ME! ($4.00)
  • Kinda Crunchy by Tiffany Terczak at Don’t Waste the Crumbs ($15.00)
  • The Healthy Home by Erin Odom at Humbled Homemaker ($5.00)
  • The Wellness Notebook by Angi Schneider at Schneider Peeps ($9.95)
  • Tools for Teaching Toxicity by Lara Adler at ($197.00)
  • Natural Living for Beginners by Stacy Karen at A Delightful Home ($29.95)


  • 3 Phase Paleo by Stacy Toth & Matt McCarry at Paleo Parents ($22.95)
  • 50 Paleo Recipes by Rebecca Baron at My Natural Family ($5.99)
  • A Month of Meals: Protein Style by Jessica Fisher at Good Cheap Eats ($9.00)
  • Easy Paleo Instant Pot Recipes by Dr. Karen Lee at ($14.99)
  • Decadent Paleo Desserts by Hannah Healy at Healy Eats Real ($5.97)

Real Food & Nutrition

  • Creating Wealth by Catherine Crow at Butter Nutrition ($22.00)
  • Healthy Eating the Happy Gal Way by Jenny Layton at The Happy Gal ($22.99)
  • Real Food by Desi Ward at Unconventional Kitchen ($19.99)
  • Real Food on a Real Budget by Stephanie Langford at Keeper of the Home ($18.97)
  • The Art of the Family Dinner by Beth Ricci at Red and Honey ($12.00)
  • The Frugal Secrets of Real Foodies by Various Authors ($7.95)


  • 3 Ways to Upgrade Your Kombucha Tea by Dave Lindenbaum at Get Kombucha ($47.00)
  • Delicious Dessert Thickies by Katherine Kyle at Green Thickies ($16.00)
  • E at Right Away Collection by Laura Coppinger at Heavenly Homemakers ($8.00)
  • Infused by Carissa Bonham at Creative Green Living ($4.99)
  • Living Healthy with Chocolate by Adriana Harlan at Living Healthy with Chocolate ($22.97)
  • Nourishing No-Bake Treats by Lindsey Dietz at Today in Dietzville ($7.99)
  • Pressure Cooking by Wardee Harmon at Traditional Cooking School ($40.00)
  • Quench: Cool Drinks for a Hot Summer by Kimberly Harris at The Nourishing Gourmet ($5.99)
  • Skillet Freezer Meals by Kelly McNelis at New Leaf Wellness ($3.99)
  • Super Simple Smoothies by Kelly Roenicke at The Pretty Bee ($3.99)
  • The Renewable Table by Lee Holmes at Supercharged Food ($14.99)

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