What’s the weather like in your part of the country/world? Here in Northern Indiana it is COLD! School was even cancelled on Tuesday because it was too cold outside. I’m definitely not a fan of temperatures in the teens, our furnace seems to be working overtime to keep up, and I’m doing everything I can to stay warm around the house!
Now it’s time for Your Green Resource again this week! Remember when you link up your post to Your Green Resource it’s shown here at Live Renewed, and on all of these lovely ladies’ blogs:
- Beth at Red and Honey
- Megan at Sorta Crunchy
- Mindy at Creating Naturally
- Rebekah at Simply Rebekah
- Stacy at A Delightful Home
Thanks so much to everyone who linked up last week! Every week we each pick our favorite post to pin to the YGR Pinterest board, this week’s featured post is:
Black Bean Chocolate Cake from Marshmallow Mudpie – This gluten-free, sugar-free cake looks amazing! Our family is trying to move toward a more grain-free diet, so I’m filing recipes like these away for future use. I can’t wait to try this one and surprise my family with a yummy treat that is actually almost good for them!
Now it’s your turn to share your green living posts with us! Link up your post (not your homepage), old or new, on any of the following topics:
- Real Food Recipes
- Repurposed Projects
- Upcycled Projects
- Organic Gardening Tips
- DIY Natural or Green
- Thrifty Solutions
*Please make sure to include a link back to one of the hostesses for this weekly link-up to help spread the word about Your Green Resource. We’d also love your pins, FB likes, tweets & shares!
As always, I’m excited to see what you have to share this week!
Don’t forget that Katie from Kitchen Stewardship’s new ebook, Better than a Box, is out this week and only $1.99! And only $.99 on Kindle! I love all of her ebooks and can’t wait to try all the great recipes in this book, as well as use the process she gives for reverse engineering some of our family’s favorites that I haven’t made in a while because of the ingredients!
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