Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Carnival # 148 ~ "No Title" Edition

Welcome to the May 31, 2010
"No Title" Edition
of the homesteading carnival



Isabella Smith presents 12 Simple Ways to Fireproof Your Home for Summer posted at Fire Science Degree, saying, "Summer leaves ample room for accidents when it comes to fire. While we’re off enjoying the weather, simple things can go wrong resulting in a fire that spreads like, well, wildfire. Keep a fire safety plan in play all year and go over it with children every season to ensure they know what to do should disaster strike."

BWL presents 22 Home Burglary Prevention Tips posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "Burglary prevention isn’t something I think about every day – or even every month for that matter. But as Ben Franklin says, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure..."

NHE presents Treating Mosquito Bites Naturally posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Find out how to ease the itch of mosquito bites using natural home remedies."

Amer Kaissi presents Art Helps To Relieve Anxiety From Asthma posted at Healthcare Hacks.

Karen Eisenbraun presents Teach Your Baby to Swim for Better Balance posted at Healthy Theory.

Fred Lee presents Possible Link Between Alcohol, Depression and Sweets posted at Parenting Squad.

Thursday Bram presents 6 Emergency Smartphone Apps For Your Family posted at Life Scoop.

Dana presents Our goslings arrived! posted at Roscommon Acres.

mountain ann presents The Care and Feeding of Homestead Hair posted at Triangle Pine, saying, "The animal that Storey's Guides forgot.....

Renee Benzaim presents Compost Tumblers ? A Brief Overview posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Compost tumblers make it easy for anyone to have a good source of organic compost. The best types of compost tumblers are the gear-driven, hand-crank models with baffles inside to aerate the contents better, but there are many other options."

Pamela Jorrick presents Savoring Spring posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.

Lara DeHaven presents The Seven Phases of Gardening posted at Texas Homesteader.

That concludes the "No Title" Edition.
Be sure to submit your blog article to the next edition of the homesteading carnival using our carnival submission form.

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