Wow! Forty weeks of Your Green Resource! You all are amazing. Thank you so much for making this weekly link-up all that it is. I know I speak for all of the hostesses when I say we appreciate you SO MUCH!
What is Your Green Resource? It's your chance to share all your green ideas, resources and solutions with ALL of our readers! So when you link up on any of our blogs, your idea will be shared with all of the readers here and at:
Andrea at The Greenbacks Gal Stacy at A Delightful Home Emily at Live Renewed
We know that many of you have posts of your own about your green journey that our readers will love. Some examples of Green Resources you can link up:
* Real Food Recipes
* Repurposed Projects
* Upcycled Projects
* Organic Gardening Tips
* DIY Natural or Green
* Thrifty Solutions
Each week, the four hostesses will each choose a favorite post from the week's links and pin it to our Your Green Resource Pinterest board!
Our family is experimenting with going grain-free. We're still navigating what this looks like, and I can tell you that sweet treats help the girls to be more willing to go along with the change. The Chocolate Coconut Butter Bars from Good Girl Gone Green look like they might light up a few eyes around here:
So now it's your turn, my friends!
Just a few things to remember as you share your green living links - OLD OR NEW - with us each week:
* Make sure to link to the post with your green/natural/frugal living idea - not your homepage.
* We would love it if you could spread the word about Your Green Resource to YOUR readers by linking back to one of the four hostesses. Posts with a link back to Your Green Resource are the posts eligible to be pinned to our Your Green Resource pinboard each week.
* Your Green Resource is a GREAT way to connect with other like-minded bloggers. Check out the other links shared this week - it's a great way to grow your own blogging community!
Finally, I hope you've had a chance to visit June's featured sponsor: Sabbath in the Suburbs by MaryAnn McKibben Dana! School may be out for the summer but soon we will be working to get back into routines as the children return to school. Before we know it, our calendars will be filled with to-do's and our laundry will be overflowing. During those busy times, it is easy to forget the importance of the commandment to "remember the Sabbath to keep it holy."
But the Sabbath isn't just one of the ten commandments; it is a delight that can transform the other six days of the week. Through the pages of Sabbath in the Suburbs you will join one family's quest to take Sabbath to heart and change their frenetic way of living by keeping a Sabbath day each week for one year. With lively and compelling prose, MaryAnn McKibben Dana documents their experiment with holy time as a guide for families of all shapes and sizes. Tips are included in each chapter to help make your own Sabbath experiment successful.