Print Friendly

Natural Living Monday New

Thank you for joining us on Natural Living Monday. I am excited to see the great things you have been doing to live a more natural, whole, holistic life.

Your Hosts:

Amanda from Natural Living Mamma

Katie from Nourishing Simplicity

Angela from Mama Rosemary

Andrea from Homemade for Elle

Beth from Modern Alternative Health

Last week’s three most popular posts were:

Congratulations on being featured! These amazing posts (and a few others) will be tweeted, shared on my Facebook page and pinned on my Pinterest boards!


Healed of peanut (and other) allergies by Counter Culture Living

Cleaning with no chemicals

Cleaning with no chemicals by Annie’s Place


5 Essentials for the Natural Medicine Cabinet by Eco-Mothering

Are you ready to link up?

Here are the rules:

Your blog article must fit these categories: sustainable living, homesteading, DIY, herbs, home-made body and skin care, real food (no processed ingredients, Weston A. Price Foundation guidelines are a good place to start to define “real food”), and all things “natural“.

Link back to this week’s blog hop post so that everyone can see the other amazing posts. It is just basic common courtesy.

By linking to the blog hop you give the hosts permission to use your pictures with a URL back to your original post on our social media to promote the most popular posts.

Show some love! Go check out and see what others have posted. Share the hop and the posts you love!

Not required but I would love it if you would grab the button and share share share!

What are your best natural living posts this week?

About Amanda

Amanda is a mother of two amazing toddlers. She is an herbalist, natural living guru, and real food, gluten free eating pro. She loves to help educate others on how to take control of their own health through natural living, real food, herbs, essential oils, and most of all - a positive mind set. Her other business Natural Herbal Living Magazine is all about helping people learn about how to use one herb a month on a deep and profound level.
Share →

20 Responses to Natural Living Monday

  1. Kristin says:

    Oops! I accidentally posted the one I put up last week. I meant to post a different post. So sorry. Please delete 🙂 Kerrygold post 🙂

  2. […] nasty post is also shared over at: Nourishing Treasures, Natural Living Mamma, A Life in Balance, Flour Me With Love, Cupcake n Bake, Alderberry Hill, Homemaker on a Dime, […]

  3. Hi there! This is my first week linking up, and I’m sharing my recipe for Slammin’ Alaska Salmon Burgers with Garlic Dill Aioli. 🙂 They are gluten free and Paleo (among other things). Thanks so much for hosting!

  4. […] Remedies /Frugally Sustainable /Little House in the Suburbs /Butter Believer /The Chicken Chick /Natural Living Mamma […]

  5. Hope you had a great birthday! Thanks for hosting 🙂

  6. […]  This post is featured at Natural Living Mondays. […]

  7. […] recipe was shared on Natural Living Monday, Real Food Wednesday, Well Fed Wednesday, Party Wave Wednesday, & Thank Your Body Thursday, […]

  8. This week I have posted an easy, delicious, and nutritious recipe for chocolate bites made with just three ingredients. Enjoy!

  9. […] with Natural Living Monday and the Homestead Barn […]

  10. […] Shared with: Make Your Own Monday, Natural Living Monday […]

  11. Lauren says:

    Thanks for hosting Amanda! I’m sharing my Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bars this week. Whew, they are a mouthful in more ways than one!

  12. Many people who wouldn’t dream of eating orange macaroni and cheese product out of a box do the equivalent when it comes to the ultimate DIY project of them all, homeschooling your kids. They buy a box of ready-made education product, and hand it over, convinced that this will suffice to educate their child.

    When it comes to writing, filling out workbook pages and grammar sheets doesn’t do the job — because writing is a literal, hands on, write on the page your thoughts, type of job. And the parent’s major part is to read what is written (because all writers like to be read), to comment, to encourage — this is what creates good writers, and it is within the province and grasp of any intelligent homeschooling parent.

    My article this week is Homeschooling? Yes, You Can Teach Your Child to Write. Real macaroni and cheese — with ancient grain noodles, white sauce made with raw milk and organic butter, freshly ground organic cheese. Yes, the real thing.

  13. […] This post featured at: Party Wave Wednesday, Unprocessed Friday, Natural Living Monday. […]

  14. […] recipe is linked to Natural Living Monday and Make Your Own […]

  15. […] This post was shared on Thank Goodness It’s Monday and Natural Living Monday! […]

  16. Oh wow, fabulous featured posts this week (as usual) I can’t wait to start catching up 🙂 I’m back to share something after a few weeks hiatus – real like gets too busy sometimes to consistently link up! Anyways, this week I’m sharing a bit of inspiration on planting gardens ♥ Inspirations…onf Gardens

    Micheline @ Holistic Chick
    Old follower

  17. […] This is part of Thank Goodness It’s Monday, Natural Living Monday […]

  18. Did you know it was possible to give food new life? And that new life skyrockets the nutritional value? I shared a post today explaining how it works. I also shared a post discussing the practicality of grains in the kitchen… soaking vs. sprouting vs. sourdough – are we really expected to do it all? Thanks for hosting! ~Tiffany

  19. […] Shared On: The Kid’s Co-op, Eco-Kid’s Tuesday, Kid’s Get Crafty, It’s Playtime, Natural Living Monday […]

  20. […] with Better Mom Mondays, Natural Living Monday, Mostly Homemade Mondays,  Tempt My Tummy Tuesday, Tasty Tuesday, Tuesdays at the Table, Titus […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *