I’m taking time out of a very busy Easter weekend to give you heads up on a few deals you don’t want to miss.
And I wish you all a Blessed Easter or Passover, if you are celebrating either of them. May you and your family take time out to reflect and rest.
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The Truth About Cancer – The Quest for Cures
If you haven’t signed up for The Truth About Cancer – The Quest for the Cures, make sure you do.
A Testimonial about this series from a Whole New Mom reader:
Hello Adrienne, I have to say thank you so much for this info on cancer. The videos are outstanding! I have been a certified health coach through … program, so I learned a lot on how the body works. But these videos are invaluable. I will be purchasing them soon. I will also be passing the info to all I know.
I typically don’t get emails about free summits I mention, but I have gotten a number about this one, and they were all super enthusiastic, like this one.
Here’s where to sign up and learn how to prevent and treat cancer – naturally.
Growing your own food is one of the best ways to be more sustainable, save money (provided the bunnies don’t get everything), and enjoy nature.
We do NOT have green thumbs here, but we keep on trying. And well, kale grows pretty easily so we keep growing that and making lots of these kale chips :).
If you’d like to have a more green thumb (and who wouldn’t?) make sure to sign up for the Free Home Grown Food Summit.
The lady running this is Marjorie Wildcraft (her name is perfect for her profession) and she knows her stuff. We’ve talked on the phone once and I really would like to reconnect with her.
Anyhow, here’s where to sign up.
There will be 30 experts speaking, including several of my blogging friends–one of the is Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Homesteading – she’ll be talking on 10 Reasons to Grow Up Instead of Out. I’ve been thinking about that for a long time now so very excited to hear that!
Here are some of the topics that will be covered:
- The Easiest Food Source to Grow
- 3 Gardening Techniques for Those with Back Problems or Limited Mobility
- 17 Techniques for Irrigating with Piping or Tanks
- 7 Most Useful Hand Tools for a Backyard Homestead
- 3 Easiest Vegetables to Save Seeds From
I regularly get inquiries about where I buy almonds ever since I wrote the post “Is There Engine Fuel on Your Almonds?”
Well, most likely there is and Just Almonds is where I get all of my almonds and almond flour. They have no engine fuel (yuck) and they have great tasting almonds.
Get 10% off your order using code WNM.
Free Kindle Books
As always, these books were free at the time of printing but the prices can change at any time.
In case you didn’t know, you don’t need a Kindle or other fancy gadget to read these books. Just download Kindle for PC or Mac here and read on your computer.
This looks like such a FUN way to learn new vocabulary!
That’s all for now.
Enjoy your weekend and see you next week!