Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on February 24, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

Who is ready for some great real food and healthy food tip posts?! Our bloggers have created some amazing recipes and some amazingly informative posts! You will want to add these to your meal plans for sure!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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The Crunchy Chronicles shares their amazing recipe for roasted red pepper hummus!

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How about some sausage and sweet potato quinoa? Food Smart Mom has the amazing recipe!

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Homespun Seasonal Living has the scoop on how to build a local food community to help increase food independence.

Looking for a delicious way to get your coconut oil in? Whole Natural Life has a great recipe for Chocolate Coconut Fat Bombs.

Why buy kale chips when you can make your own? Healthy Green Savvy shares their no fail kale chip recipe!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on February 17, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

How is everyone doing? Are you achieving those green goals that you set for yourself at the beginning of the year? Our bloggers have lots of great posts this week! Check them out.

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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The Homesteading Hippy shares how to recycle essential oil bottles.

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Green living doesn’t have to be expensive. Retro Housewife Goes Green shares 30 Frugal Green Living Tips.

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We’ll Eat You Up, We Love You So is sharing about composting with kids.

Dreaming of a garden? Homespun Seasonal Living has 3 ways to start seeds at home.

Skip the Bag shares everything you need to know about cast iron!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on February 3, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

Can you believe it’s already February? Valentine’s Day is just around the corner now so it’s great that our green bloggers have been ahead of the game and have already written some amazing Valentine’s Day posts!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Raising Generation Nourished has gluten free Valentine’s Day sugar cookies with naturally dyed frosting!

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How about a healthy berry beet milkshake from Recipes to Nourish?

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Whole Natural Life knows that everyone loves chocolate for Valentine’s Day so they are sharing their coconut oil fudge recipe!

How about experience gifts for Valentine’s Day this year? Sunshine Guerrilla shares 9 great ideas!

The Herbal Spoon has a massage oil with aphrodisiac oils to spice things up for Valentine’s Day.

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on January 27, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

Tips, tips, tips! Who loves reading a good list of tips? I always feel like these posts just have more benefits for me as a reader (maybe because I feel like I’m getting 5, 10, 25 tips for the price of one?) Our Green Moms Network bloggers are full of tips this week!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Crafty Christian has 10 steps for healthy living

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How about 8 depression era tips that save money from Retro Housewife Goes Green?!

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Go Green Be Well shares 5 simple, natural ways to stay healthy during cold season.

5 tips for growing food in small spaces from Happily Homegrown is perfect for those who want to garden but don’t have much land.

Homespun Seasonal Living is sharing 5 tips to stay sane while homemaking.

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on January 20, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

 Today, we have a food full post. From food tips, recipes, and even odd ways to use food our bloggers have got you covered.

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Trying to afford “real food”? Whole Natural Life has 10 ways to save on real food.

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Texanerin shares how to make your own breakfast sausage!

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Your kids will love this kid-friendly sushi from Mindful Momma.

Pears are more than just delicious! Thyme to Embrace Herbs shares the health benefits of pears.

In a fun food twist… Skip the Bag shares the food they use in the bathroom.

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on January 13, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

What do you love about green living? Is it the freedom from toxins, the money you save (mostly… let’s be honest you save a lot but some things cost more like organic food), the environment factor? We’d love to hear!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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The Mushy Mommy has some great small green changes for the new year!

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Have you ever made your own syrup? Like maple syrup (or other tree syrup)? Joybilee Farm shows us how to make birch syrup!

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I’m not sure I’ll ever “want” to clean but Mindful Momma has a fizzy scouring powder that claims to do just that!

Got a baby on the way? Happy Science Mom shares how to find the best eco-friendly products for baby.

The Homesteading Hippy has a diy Tiger Balm that is perfect for sore muscles!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on January 6, 2017

Green Moms Network Week in Review

I hope your 2017 is off to a great start! Do you have lots of green goals and resolutions this year? Our bloggers have so many great tips and posts this week!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Homespun Seasonal Living is sharing how to create and plan for a simple, successful new year.

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Ready for a good detox? Recipes to Nourish has 5 natural detox methods to try out!

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The Soft Landing shares how to save money and ditch some toxins by making reusable non-toxic dryer sheets!

These 10 ways to go paper free from The Pistachio Project will start you off with a greener 2017!

Healthy Green Savvy shares the benefits of elderberries and how to use them to stay healthy!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on December 23, 2016

Green Moms Network Week in Review

Merry Christmas!!! What will you be doing to celebrate the holidays this weekend? Will you be traveling or will you be hosting? Our bloggers of course have many posts on the December holidays but the also have many great posts for the coming new year and that’s only a week away!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Packaging Love has a great Ringing in the New Year care package! Such a great idea.

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How about some fermented cranberry soda to help ring in the new year? Raising Generation Nourished has got the details!

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Healthy Green Savvy’s post on reducing your chemical exposure is just the thing to start of the new year.

Rootsy will help you with meal planning even when life is crazy… because isn’t life crazy during this time of year?

How about making bread products instead of buying them this coming year? The Homesteading Hippy shows you how!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on December 16, 2016

Green Moms Network Week in Review

How is in a holiday baking (or eating) mood? I am! And so are our bloggers! Take a look at all these goodies and then make them yourself!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow postås from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Raising Generation Nourished has baked some delicious gluten free gingerbread cookies!

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Paleo Vegan Hot Chocolate sounds almost too good to be true but Texanerin has just that recipe!

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Recipes to Nourish has the perfect honey sweetened cinnamon marshmallows to go with the above hot chocolate!

Need lots of healthy gluten free cookie recipes? The Crafty Christian has a wonderful round up!

Moving away from the desserts…Seeking Joyful Simplicity has a lovely hibiscus cranberry sauce.

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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Green Moms Network Week in Review

by Brittany @ The Pistachio Project on December 9, 2016

Green Moms Network Week in Review

Have you gotten all of your holiday shopping done yet? If not, this is the perfect week for you! Our Green Moms Network bloggers have many great gift guides just for you!

If you love to read green information, a great way to follow posts from Green Moms Network bloggers is to follow us on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, or Twitter)

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Healthy Green Savvy has a Healthy Living Gift Guide.

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How about a 30 eco-chic etsy gift guide? Primal Kidz has just that!

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Homespun Seasonal Living has a collection of homesteading books that make perfect gifts for that homesteader in your life.

Need more ideas? Mindful Momma has green and healthy gifts to surprise and delight everyone on your list!

Want to break away from all the toy gifts? The Pistachio Project has 25 non-toy gift ideas for kids!

What were your favorite posts of the week? Feel free to share them in the comments below!

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