Hard to believe that November has come and gone! I swear every month seems to go by faster and faster. Sometimes you need to just step back and enjoy the present moment. With this mild weather we’ve been having (at least in Wisconsin) be sure to get outside and enjoy it! I have to say that I am looking forward to a little snow. The holiday season gets me in the spirit and snow just completes that thought. Plus, I really want to go snowshoeing this season! Since November flew by, we wanted to share some blog posts that we admired this past month. I’ll just cut to the chase and give you the cliff notes!
Check out The Polivka Family blog where Courtney gives a great “how to” tutorial on making Kefir…sweet! Nothing beats a video to show you how to create something.
This creamy vegetable chowder with fresh herbs that Kendahl from Our Nourishing Roots made looks absolutely divine. This would be perfect for the cold days ahead!
Lauren from Empowered Sustenance made these delish looking Paleo cornbread muffins. Top them with a little butter and raw honey and you have yourself a tasty looking treat. Mmm!
This coconut flour banana bread looks soft and rich. Slather it with a little butter to send this snack over the top. Caroline, we can’t wait to make this recipe! P.S. your kombucha is tempting…we’ve been wanting to try to make our own too.
Meghan from Whole Natural Life has this great coconut oil post that gives you the details about this awesome tropical fruit. I love having it on popcorn with sea salt.
Lemongrass is one of my favorite scents to add to homemade “spa” products. This lemongrass bath salt from Monica was posted on Holistic Squid’s blog.
We are so looking forward to seeing what December brings for blog posts…should be great with the holidays around the corner!
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