The Magic Salt Sock: Natural Relief For Ear Infections

Moms and Dads-pay attention! Really everyone should pay attentions.You are going to glad of this information at some point in your life. Winter is the time of snotty noses, colds, flu, and ear aches. If not for your kiddos then for you. I’m a fan of natural remedies. I’m not anti-doctor by any means but I do like to try and fix minor problems myself. My Grandmother had so many home remedies that seemed like miracle cures and I think I remember one like this.

This sock isn’t really “magic” but sea salt has quite a few healing properties. That and the heat combo can help relieve pain. And anything that does that and help speed up recovery is ok by me. Always check with your doctor if you have concerns or a serious medical issue but check out this sock too! These other natural remedies from Mother Nature Network are worth looking into as well…

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The Magic Salt Sock: Natural Relief For Ear Infections

21 Fantastic Reasons Olive Oil Should Be In Every Home

I have a big ol’ Costco container of olive oil and it goes in almost everything I make. I just love to cook with it, even though I’m not Italian. It is healthier than a lot of the other alternatives out there. Another great thing about olive oil is how many other uses it has. There are a whole bunch of them and Trends & Ideas has a great roundup showing us just a few. They are amazing!

See all 21 here-

Trends & Ideas – 21 Fantastic Reasons Olive Oil Should Be In Every Home

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14 Extraordinary Uses For Tea Trea Oil

Tea tree oil is all natural and has a whole heap of medical uses that aren’t widely know about; I had no clue! This oil doesn’t have a single synthetic chemical and we really should learn how to use it better. Best Plants has rounded up 14 amazing way we can do just that. I know I was surprised. Are there any other ways you can think of?

Find all 14 here…

BestPlants – 14 Extraordinary Uses For Tea Tree Oil

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14 Mind-Blowing Witch Hazel Home Remedies

I am really excited to feature Natural Living Ideas great roundup on witch hazel. I had no idea it could be so useful! I don’t have the slightest clue what W.H. looks like. There could be some in my garden for all I know. I don’t think I’m growing any so I’m definitely going to the store to buy some after reading this!

See all 14 remedies here…

NaturalLivingIdeas – 14 Reasons Why Witch Hazel Should Be In Every Home

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gluten intolerant

Living the gluten free life is super trendy right now. But for some people it isn’t a fad but a health concern. Only 1 in 133 people in America actually have Celiacs disease. That’s like .75% of the population. However, 18 million have an intolerance. Do you think you’re one of them? Simple Household Tips has gathered together a bunch of intolerant symptoms that could help you figure out if you and gluten should part ways.

Find them here…

SimpleHouseholdTips – 10 Signs of Gluten Intolerance

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Angie over at Womanhood With Purpose has rounded up some terrific tips on how we can cut down on our monthly grocery bill. We can do this all while eating healthy and keeping the family healthy, happy, and full. I’m excited to feature her today.

It’s better than rocket science; it’s practical and something we can actually use. My own personal tip for saving money at the store is not going when you are hungry! I think I bought three bags of potato chips last time I went. Yikes. Listen to both of us and you will save tons at the store.

Check out the tips here… WomanhoodWithPurpose – Hippie Method (Frugal Eating)

#1 Tip – Buy In Bulk

The very best tip I have for being more frugal when it comes to grocery shopping is to buy in bulk. To do this properly it will greatly help to invest in an extra freezer to store your perishables for the long term. The money saving advantages of buying in bulk will quickly out weigh the expense of operating the freezer.

Additional Resources: Looking for more tips on saving money?
Don’t miss this roundup by Parenting.com and also this post by Frugal Mom Tips.