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July always seems like the true summer month. June is the beginning of summer, August is when summer starts to wind down, but in July, summer is here to the fullest.
Of all of the great things about July, I think my absolute most favorite is berry picking! This year I went all out and picked just about every berry I could find – blueberries, raspberries, gooseberries, and red and black currants!
Nothing’s better in summer time than picking a ripe berry right off the bush and popping it into your mouth 🙂 And then making jam. Lots and lots of homemade jam!
This past July I also came across some great articles by some of my fellow bloggers. These were some of my favorites:
Homemade DIY Ideas
Toothpaste Alternative – 12 options for brushing your teeth that are better than regular toothpaste.
Growing Strawberries – How to build a wall of strawberries in your own backyard.
How to Clean Your Makeup Brushes – Natural way to clean brushes without chemicals.
Real Food Recipes
Gluten-Free Cheese Crisps – Delicious one-ingredient alternative to cheese crackers.
Spatchcock Chicken – Roast chicken with a lemon, garlic, ginger marinade.
Salt is Good for You – 12 reasons why you should stop avoiding salt and start enjoying it in your diet again.
Cold and Flu Remedies – 30 natural home remedies to treat a cold or the flu.
First Foods for Baby – The best all-natural options and how to make them yourself.
Ethics of Meat Eating – Why it’s ethical to eat properly-raised meat.
How to Get a Flat Stomach – Get a flatter stomach without crunches and improve your health at the same time.
What were some of your favorite things from this month?
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