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Welcome to another Weekend Wrap Up! I hope you have had a great week and have lots of fun and/or relaxing things planned for the weekend! We have a ton of great things featured in today’s post, so let’s get started!
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I have some awesome coupon codes for discounts on eBooks from a few of my affiliate partners. I know you’ll love all of these!
First up, Starlene from GAPS Diet Journey just launched her new eBook “Everyone Loves Pudding“. There are 14 delicious pudding recipes in this book, as well as two raw pie crust recipes, a recipe for cashew yogurt and cheesecake, pies, and more! Use coupon code INTROEVE40 to save 40% off your purchase!
Next up Lydia from Divine Health is offering a $5.00 off coupon for her eBook “Divine Dinners“. This eBook features over 80 real food, nourishing recipes for healthy dinners and suggested sides. All recipe are gluten free. When you purchase, you get an added bonus of a $25 coupon towards a 3-month or 6-month coaching package. Use coupon code DIVINE5 and learn more here.
Patty from Loving Our Guts just released her new eBook, “Broth: Elixir of Life“. I love broth and this eBook is full of awesome information like the benefits of bone broth, how to dehydrate bone broth for long-term storage, special recipes for different types of broth, and more. Plus, all recipe is gluten-free and most are grain-free. Save $2.00 when you use coupon code INTRO at check out. Learn more here.
KerryAnn from Cooking Traditional Foods shares a great post on opting out of the system and saving money. She titles it “Opt Out: Black Belt Tightwaddery” (I love that title!). This is definitely an area that I could use some help on. Opting out is the best way to stop supporting the products that pollute our bodies and our environment. Read her post here.
I. Love. Kimchi. It is probably one of my favorite ferments. Though, I guess I say that about a lot of things, huh? 😉 Melanie from Pickle Me Too just posted her new recipe for kimchi and it looks great!
Patty from Loving Our Guts shared a wonderfully heartfelt post this week about their journey towards healing. So many of us are on healing journeys and no two journeys are the same. We are all unique individuals and we have to just keep experimenting until we find what works for us.
In other healing journey news, Starlene from GAPS Diet Journey recently shared a post about her adding more thyroid support to her regimen, as she continues on her own healing journey. Yet another example that there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to healing. Read her story here.
Want to make homemade coconut milk yogurt, but don’t have a yogurt maker? Have no fear! I’ll show you how it’s done in this week’s recipe. No special equipment required and I’ll walk you through the process step-by-step.
We have another yogurt post this week, Patty from Loving Our Guts stopped by Divine Health and shared her technique for making raw milk yogurt. Read her post here and learn how!
Homemade hairspray? Yes please! While I don’t use hairspray because of all of the nasty chemicals, there are some times that I have a bit too much frizz or a style that needs some extra hold. Whole New Mom shares how to make your own hairspray at home.
That’s it for this week’s wrap up! What fun things did you discover around the Web this week? Leave a link below and share! 🙂