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WHAT a Happy New Year Gift is THIS!!!

Saturday, January 12, 2013

• 33 ebooks with a total value of $479
(can be read on your computer or any other electronic device with PDF capability)
• On sale for 7 days – January 7 to January 14
• Sale price of only $39 – 92% savings from the total value!
• Includes easy entry into the epic giveaway with a total value of $1122
• Click on the links to the ebooks in the original post to learn more about them.

You can read the original post here:

...And now, for my own on-going reference, and for your enticement:

Paleo, real food, grain free & coconut oil cookbooks:

• I Love Real Food Cookbook ($12) by Svenja Trierscheid
@ paleo-foodporn.blogspot.

• Beyond Grain & Dairy Cookbook ($17) by Starlene Stewart
@ gapsdietjourney.com/

• Grain Free Meal Plan Cookbook ($18) by Cara Faus
@ www.healthhomehappy.com/

• Well Fed Cookbook ($15) by Melissa Joulwan
@ www.theclothesmakethegir

• Cooking with Coconut Oil ($20) by Jennifer
@ www.hybridrastamama.com/

• Paleo Crock Pot Cookbook ($10) by Abel & George Bryant
@ civilizedcavemancooking.

Lacto-Fermentation, pantry overhaul & freezer guide:

• Restocking the Pantry ($10) by Kresha Faber
@ www.nourishingjoy.com/

• Lacto-Fermentation ($20) by Wardee Harmon
@ gnowfglins.com/

• Freezer Cooking Guide for Grain Free Meal Plans ($18) by Cara Faus
@ www.healthhomehappy.com/

Indulge in treats without feeling guilty:

• Indulge: 70 Grain Free Recipes ($25) by Carol Levett
@ ditchthewheat.com/

• Toadally Primal Smoothies ($10) by Todd Dosenberry
@ primaltoad.com/

• Paleo Ice Cream ($10) by Ben Hirshberg
@ www.benhirshberg.com/

Give birth, nourish your newborn, then educate him/her on real food:

• Real Food Nutrition for Kids ($20) by Kristen Michaelis
@ www.foodrenegade.com/

• My Buttered Life Baby Edition ($5) by Renee Harris
@ www.hardlotion.com/

• Nourished Baby ($19) by Heather Dessinger
@ www.mommypotamus.com/

• Unbound Birth ($5) by Jenny Yarbrough
@ unboundbirth.com/

Heal PCOS & boost metabolism:

• PCOS Unlocked: The Manual ($24) by Stefani Ruper
@ www.paleoforwomen.com/

• Eat for Heat ($10) by Matt Stone
@ 180degreehealth.com/

Simplify, live exuberantly, camp w/ your family & play music:

• 3-2-1 Stop: Stop Running and Start Living ($5) by Lorilee Lippincott
@ 321-stop.com/

• Family Camping Handbook ($7) by Katie Kimball
@ www.kitchenstewardship.c

• The Musical Brain ($3) by Abel James Bascom
@ www.fatburningman.com/

• Exuberant Animal ($10) by Frank Forencich
@ www.exuberantanimal.com/

Paleo time: travel, myths, cleanse, start anew or go wild:

• 30 Day Intro to Paleo ($15) by Bill & Hayley
@ beta.primal-palate.com/

• The Wild Diet ($17) by Abel James Bascom
@ www.fatburningman.com/

• 12 Paleo Diet Myths ($10) by Matt Stone
@ 180degreehealth.com/

• 21-Day Paleo Cleanse ($24) by Neely Quinn
@ www.paleoplan.com/

• 21 Myths About the Paleo Diet… Debunked! ($19) by Aglaee Jacob
@ www.eat-real-food-paleod

• Eating Out and Traveling on the Paleo Diet ($15) by Aglaee Jacob
@ www.eat-real-food-paleod

Take care of your skin homemade style & heal acne:

• Ultimate Secrets to Acne Freedom ($29) by Tracy McCullough
@ www.thelovevitamin.com/

• Cure Your Skin Compulsions ($29) by Tracy McCullough
@ www.thelovevitamin.com/

• Guide to Homemade Skincare ($19) by Roxanne King
@ theholisticmama.com/

• My Buttered Life Gift Giving Edition ($5) by Renee Harris
@ www.hardlotion.com/

• My Buttered Life Summer Edition ($5) by Renee Harris
@ www.hardlotion.com/

All of these could be yours for just $1.18 per ebook! ($39 total)


OR... if you purchase the bundle via the following alternative link, you can get TWO MORE BONUS BOOKS (which I did, LOL):

• Making Baked Goods Using Coconut Flour by Starlene Stewart
@ gapsdietjourney.com/

• Design a Dish by Millie Copper
@ www.realfoodforlessmoney


I just purchased my bundle and have started downloading books... I CANNOT WAIT to start reading!

So... HERE:

...or HERE:


...or HERE:

There really is no down side to this deal... what are you waiting for?



P.S. Just a QUICK update: I'm around... lurking, tidying up, thinking, planning, dreaming, focussing, praying, loving, laughing, and HOPING to find more time SOON to be here more!

The renos are full steam ahead... this weekend we are emptying the basement (what's left of the dry wall has to be ripped off and replaced), we took down our chimney today (new furnace and water heater are vented directly outside so it's become redundant, and by removing the chimney we gain significant space in both our bathrooms)... which involved carrying A LOT of cement out of the house and loading it onto a truck to be hauled away (my life is one strength training opportunity after another these days, LOL)... and the plumber comes in on Monday to put in the sump pit and replace all of the back flow valves... right now I have three gaping holes in the basement floor dug down about three feet.

DH and I are actually a good team... we work really well together... and it was a blast today to watch him get giddy over the fact that he can actually flip himself in and out (literally upside down to right side up) of a 2 foot square hole in the wall (he's 6'2" tall!)... 50 pounds ago this would not have been possible... we'd have needed a much bigger hole in the wall, he wouldn't have fit in the chimney column, and he was not this limber! And our Divine Miss O learned today how to use a chisel and mallet to break up cement... she was in her glory: "not too many little girls get to do this sort of thing I'm thinking... it's 'cause I've got the BEST Dad!"

Additionally to me schlepping most of the cement while hubby dismantled (tomorrow we're going to weigh the blocks to see just how heavy they are), today I roasted a turkey, made a pot of stock with the carcass (the house smells amazing), and cleaned the house after the chimney was down... none of which I could have managed in a 12 hour time span just a year ago. After I post this I'm ready for a good sleep!

(Most of my days for the last two months have been similarly occupied!)

So, sweet dreams my SPARKling friends... and tomorrow, in some small way, find that sweet spot of health and well-being for yourself (nearly all of the people writing the above books have overcome significant health challenges to regain wellness and vitality... perhaps they have something for you, too)!

You are all in my heart and in my prayers!

{{{{{{{{{{ HUGS }}}}}}}}}}

"Grace appears one grain of sand at a time
Leaving deep grooves of the holy
on our lives
changing the landscape
and creating the beautiful."

"We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily difference we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee."

"Gratitude can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. It makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow." MELODY BEATTIE

"God sanctifies each day. He conducts business at all hours and all places. He uncommons the common by turning kitchen sinks into shrines, cafes into convents, and nine to five workdays into spiritual adventures." MAX LUCADO

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  • JUNEAU2010
    Another, as always, fantastic blog!
    1869 days ago
  • -LINDA_S
    Wishing you success in all that you do! Thanks for all the goodies!
    1869 days ago
    Fantastic post. You've got me drooling - and planning! emoticon

    You almost make renovations sound fun. emoticon My husband and I do not make the same kind of team as you and your husband, though!!
    1869 days ago
    wow you've been busy! and great link, thank you for sharing them.
    1869 days ago
    Gosh....I bet it was a massive job cleaning up after the chimney came down. You certainly are having a lot down to your house. It is such a blessing that you and DH are such a great team in what could potentially be an enormously stressful situation. Happy new year to you and a big cuddle for the Divine Miss O emoticon emoticon
    1869 days ago
  • IAM_HIS2
    emoticon !! I felt you joy and excitement when reading this blog. So many blessings here and most of all, the growing closer as a family with good health!!

    This is full of so many healthy saying and feelings that I feel like I just took a special energizer pill. Thank you so much!!!!!!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1869 days ago
    I hope we are going to get some before and after pictures of the reno.

    I have a friend who started following "Wheat Belly" and not even doing much different other than no wheat had lost 10 pounds in less than a month. She is quite pleased.

    Where do you find the time to read all the books?

    1869 days ago
    WOW yu are busy, We are nearly done renos well no we aren't lol. Forgot about our main floor bathroom lol Dads area still has stuff to do but hubby has been down with this cough bug since Christmas and still not great. He tires easily but at least he is trying.
    What a lot of bundles! have to go over them again. I will let my son know as he is really into this but then slacks off, so perhaps this will get him going again! LOL
    Thanks HUGS
    1869 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    The most helpful books I have read are 'THE SUGAR FIX" by Richard Johnson M.D. and I've listened to his lectures on YouTube. He is a Professor at the u. of Colorado. And William Davis MD, "WHEAT BELLY" as he is a cardiologist dealing with prevention. He has lectures on YouTube as well.
    1869 days ago
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    Love to you and Miss O emoticon
    1870 days ago
  • BERRY4
    Thanks so much for sharing! -- WOW! You have been busy doing needed "stuff" to better your living scenario. Kudos!
    I think your final picture quote is one I will share with several. I know some young gals who need to grab hold of how endless God's grace truly is...and how well He applies it to our humanness...if we let Him!
    1870 days ago
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