Just a bit of news

I contributed a little article to the first issue of Bamboo conscious family living magazine, and would like to share this free online magazine with you.  The first issue is currently set to be released on April 18th.  To receive this free magazine in your email, and automatically be entered in some great giveaways (information to follow) you simply have to sign up to receive the magazine, and then join the Bamboo community.
About Bamboo Magazine:

Anni Daulter & Ashley Ess are excited to let you know about Bamboo~ conscious family living magazine~ their new online natural parenting magazine and website that will be launched this Spring. The magazine honors and is geared toward families who are trying to raise their children as naturally and consciously as they can, and who want all the most updated information on various conscious family living topics.
The first issue features content and articles relating to conscious pregnancy along with organic recipes from four top organic food cookbook authors, crafting from some amazing natural crafting bloggers, conscious news and alerts, farming information, and even an eco-fashion spread.

If you sign up online for your free subscription AND sign up to join the bamboo community, you will automatically be entered to win “weekly wins” from amazing sponsors…

Some of the vendors we have for the giveaways are…
-wooden play kitchen from nova naturals
-petunia pickle bottom diaper bag
-green pans cookware
-green pots cookware
-boba baby carrier
-wooden tree swing
-Sleepy Wrap
-205.00 package from sloomb cloth diapers
-bamboo blankets from aden + anais
-Life without plastic goodie bag
**and so much more…all great stuff for families and new moms….

And in other news, have you checked out Blarter yet?
Blarter is the brainchild of Molly of A Foothill Home Companion.
In her words:
“The goal of Blarter is to encourage the trade of goods and services between bloggers, with a focus on handmade items, vintage goods, patterns, art and craft supplies, as well as services such as graphic design, photography, pattern testing, and product promotion.”
To learn more about Blarter, you can read Molly’s introduction here, or visit Blarter to see for yourself what it’s all about.  Happy Trading!

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