Lil’ Suburban Homestead: Repairs, Tires, Getting Dirty, Oh My!

Karen Lynn - Repairs, Tires, Getting Dirty, Oh my!June 26, 2014:  Karen Lynn shares repairs and other expenses that her and her family have recently faced.  Do you ever feel frustrated because you are inundated with home repairs, car repairs, computer repairs, and feel like there is no light at the end of the tunnel.  Join Karen Lynn because you are in good company and she will share some ways that she organizes and copes when it feels like everything is falling a part.

She hopes this show will inspire you to keep your optimism and not lose heart when financial times seem tough and shares with you some creative ways to not feel so overwhelmed by your present circumstances.

Show Resources:

The Top 10 Rules For Living On One Income & Thriving On a Shoestring Budget

Save Money By Doing Your Own Appliance Repairs

So Many Repairs & Why My Life Feels Like An Episode Of The Middle

10 Little Things You Can Do To Keep More Money In Your Budget 

Questions or have an idea for a show?  Contact Karen Lynn at lilsuburbanhomestead@gmail.com

Know Your Food: The Gelatin Secret

gelatin-secret1-347x450June 11, 2014: Who knew gelatin could be so beautiful or so marvelously healing? As Sylvie McCracken found out, gelatin is one of the foods we should all be eating more! A celebrity personal assistant by day and real food cook by night/weekend, Sylvie blogs at Hollywood Homestead and she’s the author of the new and beautiful book, “The Gelatin Secret”. Get to know Sylvie through this podcast (part 1 of 2). Plus… the tip of the week!

Know Your Food with Wardee

Know Your Food with Wardee

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Hey, everyone, and welcome to Know Your Food with Wardee. I’m Wardee in Southwest Oregon, a traditional food blogger at GNOWFGLINS.com and KnowYourFoodPodcast.com. I’m glad you’re here!

This is the podcast where we’re all about ditching those poisonous processed foods, breaking free from the conventional food paradigm, and instead embracing whole foods raised, saved, and prepared with traditional methods. It’s fun, it’s delicious, and it’s healthy. You’re on your way… to looking good, feeling good, and most importantly, doing good!

You can find more about traditional cooking at my site GNOWFGLINS — it’s an acronym that stands for “God’s natural, organic, whole foods, grown locally, in season.” (My husband made it up and it stuck!)

You can find show notes for all the episodes here: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com

Want to contact me? Here’s my email or follow my blog GNOWFGLINS or find me on social media using any of the buttons below.

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