Happy Friday everyone! Has it been a good week for you all? Our house has been busybusybusy lately. You see, we decided that it’s time for a change in scenery and my family is packing up to make a move. A big move. To the mountains! Beach in the summer, mountains in the winter? I think I could used to that.
On top of that our baby has gotten sick, so there’s been a lot of soup making and pajama cuddling. Are you struggling during cold season with your own sniffles and sneezes? Here’s a few soup ideas that are season appropriate and may help sooth those symptoms: Zucchini and Saffron Vichyssoise, Rustic Radish Soup, and don’t forget making your own Bone Broth.
This is week two of my Weekly Reviews. Since I started H&H I spend a lot of my downtime surfing the internet, “networking” (that word should be reserved for men in suits and ties, in my opinion), researching, and in general trying to stay up to date on other bloggers and what the current buzz is. In my online explorations I find a ton of great writers and recipes. Although I hope that one day Homegrown & Healthy will be inclusive enough to have every piece of information ever discovered about every healthy topic — a realistic expectation in my mind– for now I’m going to defer you all to some of these other great resources.
All of my favorite sites can be found on our Pinterest boards as well. Here is the link for the current review.
*Just a reminder that the following photographs and links take you to other sites, the words and pictures are not my own, nor am I claiming them to be. I use them here because I know once you see how amazing the recipes look you’ll want to check out the subsequent pages!
Do you love giveaways? A few of the blogs that I follow are doing giveaways this week. Here’s a little glimpse into them, click on the picture to get more information:
This article had me getting all emotional. More emotional than I will admit, actually. It’s something a lot of my mom friends should read: The Mom Stays in the Picture, by Allison Tate of the Huffington Post
Totally not food related, but I love following Zero Waste Home and their waste-less antics: 50 Ways to Wear a Men’s Shirt by Zero Waste Home
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