Welcome back to Sunday School! This is our weekly time for bloggers to come to link up their posts and teach us about real food and healthy living. I learn something new every week!
Show & Tell — It’s Blog Hop Time!
- Please only link to posts covering real rood, nutrition, or healthy lifestyle-related topics. In my eyes, this includes nourishing recipes, articles about (real!) nutrition, tutorials, discussions of food politics, homesteading, tips and tricks for keeping a green, healthy home, and other healthy, holistic living topics!
- If you do post a recipe, don’t include any fake or weird, chemical-filled ingredients! And if anyone busts out a recipe with MARGARINE or something unforgivably terrible like that, I just might have to instigate some corporal punishment up in this class!! For serious though. Lay off the fake stuff. Lest your link be deleted.
- Important: Please update your post with a link back to this Sunday School post, so your readers can get in on all the learnin’ going on here! A simple, “This post is linked to Sunday School at Butter Believer!” is perfect. Just blog carnival courtesy, is all!
- It would be super, extra awesome if you would tweet, pin, “like,” stumble, or otherwise share this post with your peeps. It helps all of us get extra exposure and helps to spread the word about real food and natural health!
By the way, I am now pinning to my Pinterest boards all the submissions to Sunday School that a.) follow the rules and b.) I think are awesomely pin-able. (Hint: it helps to have big, pretty pictures in your post!) So, come follow me on Pinterest and share the love. 🙂
Amen? Amen! Let’s get started.
Creamy Lemon Mousse says
Lauren @ LaurenSnyderCoaching says
Thanks for hosting Emily! I added a post giving tips on how ways to cook less and actually still eat really well. Who doesn’t want to cook less ?!
Jo @ Jo's Health Corner says
Thanks for hosting Emily!
I’m sharing my seventh post in my Emergency Preparedness series as well as how to treat sinus problems naturally. I’m also sharing one on how to treat colic naturally in horses..
Have a great day!
Eileen @ Phoenix Helix says
Thanks for hosting again! It’s veggie celebration time on my blog this week. First is an in depth look into Dr. Terry Wahls protocol of 9 cups veggies per day. Second, I share one of my favorite recipes: Honey Mustard Broccoli Salad. Have a wonderful weekend.
Kathy at Granny's Vital Vittles says
Thanks for hosting Emily! The Granny Plan is moving on to the first steps in building a real food pantry. In keeping with the pantry theme we have strategies to reduce food costs … stuff like thinking of your food in categories. Also I’m sharing my simple summer side dish of raw tomatoes. Food doesn’t need to fancy or difficult to be nutritious!
This Woman Writes -- Carolyn Henderson says
Thank you for hosting — this week’s article is #27 on your list, In 32 Seconds Your Life Can Change — addressing how our very busy-ness, which is so productive of creating and learning new things, can ultimately keeping us from fully living, and enjoying, our lives.
Tiffany @ DontWastetheCrumbs.com says
If it’s only just a little tiny bit of “bad,” then does it really matter? Why should someone else be allowed to make that decision for us? I shared a Q&A style post on why we should care about what’s in our food, regardless if the bad stuff is labeled as “dietarily insignificant” by the FDA. Thanks for hosting!!