"Around the Homestead" Edition
of the homesteading carnival
Cinnamon Churros posted at BH&G.
Karen Eisenbraun presents Hay Fever Season And How To Prepare posted at Healthy Theory.
Linda presents Hello Ladies posted at Prairie Flower Farm saying, "May 1st is coming up. Here is an idea for a May Day Flower Basket! Very simple! Enjoy!" (my note: Mother's Day is coming too! What mom doesn't like flowers???)
Chica presents a neat little Trash bag for the car you can make it yourself at Chica and Jo.
Bread Dough Jewelry Box, Reversible Scrap Fabric Apron or Fancy Rubber Gloves are just a few mother's day craft gift ideas you can make by yourself for mom posted at FaveCrafts, check out what other goodies they might have.
MomToCherubs presents What We're Up To (Garden Update) posted at Simply Beck's Bounty.
Everett Sizemore presents And Then There Was One? Lonely Broody Turkey Hen posted at Living a Simple Life, saying, "We are just getting started on our farm after moving to rural Virginia from urban Denver two weeks ago."
Karen Eisenbraun presents Break Out The Barbecue: It’s Good For You! posted at Healthy Theory.
Sandra de Charo presents 10 Great Blogs To Check Before You Build a Swing Set posted at Outdoor Swing Sets, saying, "If you ever thought about building a swing set yourself, check out this list!"
Linda@NHE presents The Health Benefits of Alfalfa posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Have you ever thought of alfalfa as a healthy part of your diet? Probably not, and alfalfa definitely has some amazing health benefits..."
Renee Benzaim presents What is Compost Tea? posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Compost tea can be easy to make or difficult, depending on the system you chose. You can also obtain compost tea by collecting the liquid that drips from your wormery or compost tumbler. Whatever way you obtain compost tea, it is especially beneficial for your potted indoor plants."
Olivia Davis presents 50 Great Green Architecture & Design Blogs posted at Top Online Engineering Degree, saying, "The listed blogs are only a smattering of what the internet has to offer, but they provide a great starting point for anyone wanting to learn more about how mankind is attempting to leave a more positive impact on its home planet."
June Tree presents Use A Debt Consolidation Calculator, See How To Erase Debt Faster posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "How to use a debt consolidation calculator in order to cut down on debt more quickly."
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