This has been a busy week but full of excitement.
I thought it might be fun to do a quick recap.
We had just enough snow for Christopher to build his first snowman. He was quite pleased with it.
Our Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter had it’s first meeting of the year. My girls helped me prepare snacks to take. Pictured are Cowboy Cookies and Katie’s Crackers. We also made hummus and vegetable sticks.
The meeting was great with our best turn out yet. It was a very fun night!
This week I learned all sorts of new things in the technology arena. And I finally bit the bullet and jumped into the whole social media aspect. I’ve been Tweeting and Pinning and facebooking (is that what I’m supposed to say? facebooking? It doesn’t sound right…). I have a bit of a learning curve to overcome. It took me forever how to figure out Pinning. Sad but true.
Are you ready for another piece of exciting news?
Real Food for Less Money is now part of Nourished Living Network!
Nourished Living Network is a team of bloggers focusing on real and traditional foods. We are dedicated to following the teachings of Dr. Weston A. Price and his book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration (our ‘book club’ is reading this book right now!). The Nourished Living Network contributors write about natural family living, natural health, share recipes (lots of recipes!), how-to’s, opinions and much more. Be sure to check out the Contributors page and meet the entire team. Be sure to stop by their blogs and say Hello (tell them I sent you. ). I am very excited to be a part of this group. Are you a real or traditional foods blogger? Nourished Living Network is accepting new contributors. Click here for more info.
I told you it’s been quite a week! Tell me about your week. Any snowmen in your life?