Free Ebooks and More Healthy Living Deals – 1/11/14

So here we are, readers, on the other end (sort of) of the Polar Vortex.

It got suuuuuper coooold here, but thankfully we didn't have the power outage that we had during the ice storm.

What a winter it's been!

Hopefully these ebooks and deals will be a comfort to you, whatever the weather where you are.

Sorry this is getting out a little late. I've been having massive computer problems and have probably been on the phone with tech support for about 8 hours this week :(.

Thankful I got it done at all.

Oh–by the way, many or all of the following links are referral or affiliate links.  If you click on them and make a purchase, I might receive a commission or referral bonus.  Your support is very much appreciated and helps keep this free resource up and running.


Vitacost Deal

Vitacost is one of my FAVORITE places to shop for healthy living deals. I know…it's not a local store but—I do what I have to do.

And I do a lot of local shopping. Most of it is eggs, raw kefir, and veggies (well, we try to grow as much as we can which is about as local as it gets :)!)

Besides their fabulous prices, you can get $10 off your order of $30 or more just by clicking on this link. And if you are already a Vitacost customer, you can help keep this blog going by shopping through this link – I really appreciate it!

They always have great deals on whole food, healthy living products, supplements and more, but there are some super special pricings every month on some great products….

here are my picks for this month:

– 15 oz. organic canned pumpkin – $1.90
 32 oz Bob's Red Mill GF Oats – $4.14 (as low as $3.73 with Set and Save)
– 32 oz Dr. Woods Peppermint Castille Soap for $6.23
– 32 oz Hexane Free Castor Oil – $7.87 (I am going to be buying this for sure.)
Desert Essence Jojoba Oil – 4 oz for $6.18
Chocolove Almonds and Sea Salt in Dark Chocolate – $1.84.  I know–a real splurge. I pretty much NEVER buy chocolate bars, but my friend from college lives in the city where these are made and well, they are YUMMY.  Every once in awhile, and now you can get one and not pay $3+ for 1 bar!


Free Kindle Books

As always, these free kindle books are free at the time of posting, but the prices are subject to change.

Also, you don't need to have a Kindle or any other kind of fancy schmancy reader dealie in order to read these books! You can just download a Kindle for PC, Mac, (and other devices) here.  Now you can read Kindle ebooks right on your computer :)!

5 Minute Paleo

5 Minute Paleo Recipes

Flat Tummy Yoga

Flat Tummy Yoga

44 Condiment and Salad Dressing Recipes

44 Condiment and Salad Dressing Recipes

Herbal Remedies Guide: All About Herbal Medicine

Herbal Remedies

Ginger Recipes: The Ultimate Collection – Over 30 Healthy & Delicious Recipes

Ginger Recipes

A Guide to Composting

Compost is super valuable for gardening!  We don't have a good system down by any means, but we are sure trying.

A Guide to Composting

Healthy by Design: Weight Loss, God's Way

This book is basically a devotional / workbook for those struggling to lose weight and to bring the Christian faith into your struggle. If you feel this would help you it seems like a good resource.

Weight Loss God's Way

Backyard Chickens Crash Course – Raising Backyard Chickens For Fun & Food

We would soooo love to have chickens! Alas, there's a “no chicken” law here.  Maybe someday.

Backyard Chickens Crash Course

10% off Great Almonds

Just Almonds

I mention this company all the time because:
– they are great sponsors and
-they have great almonds

Seriously good.  The first time I made almond butter out of these almonds my husband was amazed at how sweet it tasted—yum!!!
If you haven’t read my post on Is There Engine Fuel on Your Almonds, you should.

Just Almonds has about the best I have ever had.
The Non Pareils are super sweet.  Get 10% off your order with code WNM.

That's all, readers! See you next week!

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  1. Jacqueline Michaud says:

    First off I would like to say how much I appreciate your weekly free e-book suggestions as well as your healthy recipes. I always look forward to reading your e-mails. Here is my question: I would love to shop at Vitacost. However, the shipping prices to Canada are so expensive. I believe you are Canadian also. How do you make it worth your while shopping at Vitacost?