Monday, March 12, 2012

Simple Saturdays Blog Hop May 31th

Welcome everyone!! It's Saturday and that mean another wonderful chance to hangout with all you wonderful folks out there, sharing ideas, and learning from one another!!! Yes, I am on a kick with the wonderfuls aren't I! But the sun has finally started shining and Spring really seems to be staying, finally, which puts me in such a wonderful mood!

This blog hop is brought to you by a group of wonderful co-hosts committed to the Simple way of Life and learning to be Self Reliant in all they do. Simple Saturdays Blog Hop is a way for each of us to share the various ways we are learning to be more Self Reliant in our homes and on our land. This is all about building community, learning new skills and growing more self-sufficient! Please join us, submit YOUR Self-Reliant post (maybe even 2 or 3), browse around, visit a site or two and learn some new Simple tips or Self Reliant How'To's!

This week we would like to spotlight a few of our amazing Co-Hosts, so hop on over and give them some LOVE!!

peaceful acres
Diane's blog is Peaceful Acres Farm. Lately Diane has been very busy with the arrival of 8 new lambs this spring and two new yearling ewes in addition to her many other sheep. Diane's farm is truly a peaceful spot, and Diane is committed to keeping the tranquility and healing spirit alive. Recently, she became a certified aroma therapist. You can read more about Diane's life and farm by visiting her blog and reading this post, Joyful Journey.

Mindie joins us from her blog, The (mis)Adventures of a Born Again Farm Girl. On her site Mindie makes you feel like family as you join her anything but everyday life as a backyard farmer. Cooking, raising chickens, ducks, cats, and dogs along with her two boys, sure makes life interesting and funny. I can guarentee that Mindie will have you laughing one minute and near tears the next. The roller coaster ride is worth the stop so please drop by soon. Her latest blog entry can be found by following this link to her pancake mix recipe.

Karen Lynn joins us from her blog, Lil' Suburban Homestead.  Every week Karen Lynn brings you the newest and most helpful articles to help you with creative D.I.Y. ideas, the best recipes using fresh organic food and ideas to help you live a more frugal lifestyle and so much more! Hop on over and join her in her journey of beekeeping, chicken raising and homesteading in North Carolina.  And you can catch her weekly podcast on Survival Mom Radio too!  Her latest and yummiest (yes, it IS a word) blog entry can be found by following this link to 10 DIY Ways To Beat The Heat!

 This Blog Hop is being hosted by:

 What Can I Post?

Anything and everything related to a more Simple way of life OR Self Reliance....
This may include:
Homesteading, Prepping, Gardening, Cooking/recipes/food, Livestock of all varieties, Off-grid, Natural Living, Wellness/wholeness and Healthcare, Herbal, DIY & MYO!


 Make sure and include either a:
1. Text link such as: I participated in Simple Saturdays Blog Hop
2. Or ADD the blog hop button below (copy/paste) with a link back to the Blog Hop.
You could also include the following button in your sidebar of your site if you like:
Simple Saturdays Blog Hop

 How Can I Be a Featured Blogger?

Our featured blogger will be chosen each week by YOU, make sure you read a few posts and LIKE them...and we hope to have YOU as our next featured blogger!
If you are selected as "Featured", make sure and grab your button (just copy/paste):
simple saturdays featured button

**Please note: By linking to this Blog Hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post if you are featured. We will also include 1 photo from your post in the interest of sending visitors your way. So you don't miss a single Blog Hop, we will also add you to our e-mail reminder list.  For a little extra exposure/marketing BONUS, we will also "PIN" your submissions on our PINTEREST Board! **

Congratulations to our Featured Blogger this week:

Faithful Feat
dandelion tea

 Let's get to bloggin y'all...

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