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Homemade Mondays Week 65

Homemade Mondays is a series for people that are on a journey to better living, via healthier eating and a more natural lifestyle.  We realize that there are different paths that we all take to get to that place, and this bloghop celebrates that.  Whether you’re a seasoned raw foodist who has banned all things unnatural, or a rookie who is starting out by cutting out junk food, we’d love to hear from you! Link up with your favorite recipes, projects, crafts, or rants and raves.

The Hosts:

(that’s me!) Sarah of Frugal by Choice, Cheap by Necessity
Aubrey of Homegrown & Healthy
Jess from Scratch Mommy
and Lauren from Mindful Mama
How to
Homemade Mondays will open every Monday. You have until Thursday to make your submissions. We will share our favorite posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and shout it from the rooftops.
  • Link up. Use the submission form below to add your blog posts to our gallery below. You can add as many links as you’d like, as long as they’re on topic. What’s eligible? Recipes, crafts, DIY projects, gardening, fitness, green ideas or just plain old advice. We’re pretty open.
  • Tell us about yourselves. Leave a comment telling us a little about your site and what you’ve shared. Of course this isn’t mandatory, but it’s a good way to stand out.
  • Link back. Share the love by adding a link back to this party with your readers so they can see all of these great ideas as well.

I want to kiss the woman who writes Lady Lees Home, because last week her post about homemade seed tapes solved so many gardening problems for me.  I’m the worst seed sower in the world, and this is freaking genius!

Yo yo, head’s up, this post might contain affiliate links which help to support my site. And my canning, seed buying, and aggressive saving habits.

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6 comments on “Homemade Mondays Week 65”

  1. Thank you for hosting this fun party@ -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  2. Looking at the photos, I was wondering why you had labeled diapers or rolls of TP. Back home, we’d use baby food containers (the Gerbers glass containers) and put TP for seedlings. It was the most entertaining part of science class!

  3. Thank you for hosting! Have a great week.

  4. I just started blogging my journey of turning my urban jungle into an oasis and can finally link up! I’m # 59 from scratch. Thanks

  5. Nice idea! Maybe I just love seeds too much (it’s my job) but I still love the satisfaction of handling my seeds. Plus, I have very limited space and a short season, so I need to make sure every spot is filled with the healthiest seedling! But I’ll pass this idea on to friends with massive gardens, who always complain about sowing them (I can’t even comprehend this – it’s the funnest part of gardening!).