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Links I Loved in March

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This March seemed to be unusually cold, or at least it seemed that way here in New England. Last year we had several warm days in March, so I struggled with discontentment a bit when we kept getting snow that seemed to linger around for forever and when I still had to bundle up in full winter gear every time I went outside.

Spring has finally arrived, though, and I couldn’t be happier! Yesterday it was even warm enough to sit outside in the sunshine without a jacket on! I’ve started doing a bit of work in my garden to get it ready for planting season, and I found the first few signs of growth coming back in my herb garden with my lemon balm, oregano, and sorrel.

It’s always so exciting to see the perennial herbs come back each year, and I was especially excited about the sorrel because I had planted it later in the season last year and wasn’t expecting too much out of it. I guess it was hardier that I had thought!

Links I Loved:

This month I came across lots of great links from other bloggers. I always love finding new recipes to try, learning more about health and natural living, and being inspired by what other people are doing! Here are some of my favorites from this month:

Holistic Health:

Natural Remedies for PMS

Real Food Recipes:

How to Make Butter (And Buttermilk!) Yourself

Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Raw Honey Lemonade

Natural Living:

Foraging For Nettles

Refined Vs. Unrefined Coconut Oil

20 Perennial Vegetables To Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

How about you? What new things did you learn or do this month?

~ Lori

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