A Nostalgic Giveaway

As a way to say thank you to you, my lovely readers, and to celebrate my one year blogiversary, I thought a giveaway was in order since it's been a couple of months since my last one. πŸ™‚

Probably most of you don't remember or weren't reading yet, but way back when last Fall, I did my very first giveaway. In fond memory, I'm going to do a giveaway of the same nature once again.

Here's how it works: I'm going to link to a handful of books that I am either into at the moment or that I just love and want to share or that I'm eager to read myself, and you can take a look through them and let me know which one you would most want to receive if you were chosen! Next Monday, I will randomly choose one lucky reader, and she (or he, if I actually have any male readers!), will receive the book that she has selected. Sound good?

Here are the options:

A Nostalgic Giveaway
 
From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out

– This is the book that I am loving right now, and working my way through for Living Simply Saturdays.

Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats
– I couldn't not include this book. I've owned it for a couple of years now, and continue to delve deeper and deeper into it, learning to incorporate more of it's principals into the way I prepare food for my family.

The Mission of Motherhood: Touching Your Child's Heart for Eternity
– Thanks to Lindsay's book study series, I'm thinking this book sounds like an excellent read to add to my list for the new year!

A quest for moreA Quest for More: Living for Something Bigger Than You

– I'm not finished with it yet, but this book is deeply challenging, as it encourages us to truly live for the Kingdom of God, rather than our own little kingdoms.

Big Truths for Little Kids: Teaching Your Children to Live for God
– The fantastic children's catechism that we are using and loving.

 Relationships mess worth making
 
Relationships: A Mess Worth Making
– One of the many, many books on my next-to-buy list!

Rodale's Vegetable Garden Problem Solver
– The gardening book I fell in love with this summer, for it's incredible practical suggestions, simple layout, and for answering so many of my questions! If you're a fairly new organic gardener, you'd love this resource!

The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness
– I've offered this before, in my first giveaway, and due to the current economic situation, I felt it appropriate to offer if once again. If you are drowning in debt and payments, struggling to manage your money and not live from month to month, or wanting to learn how to steward your finances more carefully in light of difficult financial times, this book is for you. It's principles are invaluable, and I believe, quite Biblical.

I could add many more to the list, but I think I'll stop there! Hopefully everyone will find something that appeals to them in that mix! If you're unfamiliar with any of them, check out the link and read up on them a bit, then come back to enter the giveaway.

Here's how you enter:
1) Choose the book you'd love to win (if you can choose just one!)
2) Leave a comment with your name, and which book you want and why you want it.
3) Make sure you include your email address when you leave your comment (not in the comment itself, just in the comment form)
4) Giveaway will end Monday, October 27 at 3pm, and I will announce the winner the day after.

Note: This giveaway has now ended. Thanks so much to all who entered! The winner will be announced in a day or two.

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112 Comments

  1. I would love to have the book From Clutter to Clarity because I love the simple life (or dreaming of having one) and I have not yet read this book. I have heard many good things about it though! Thanks for the chance to win this great book.

  2. Has it been a year already??? My, time flies!
    My pick is Relationships: A Mess Worth Making. Anything by the Tripp’s is well worth the read and this one appeals to me because all of life consists of relationships and staying in one long enough gets messy. I can use some good insight for taking advantage of the “messiness”.
    Thanks for the great contest!!!

  3. The Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver – I’ve belonged to a local CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) for several years, now, but finally have the space & opportunity to grow my own veggies & want to do it organically of course. I could use all the help I can get! Thanks for the suggested titles – I plan to read about several of them on Amazon.

  4. How can I choose just one? πŸ™‚ I would love to be the winner of any of these books. I guess for the sake of this post,I should answer your question!

    I have been wanting to get a copy of the book entitled “From Clutter to Clarity” since we have recently moved and it would come in handy as I seek to downsize our belongings.

    I must also tell you that I am a woman who deals with PCOS and all that goes along with that- Your posts have been so inspiring to me as a fellow Cyster and Christian woman! I am praying for you.

    God bless you!

    Gina

  5. Congrats on the year of blogging. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog. I would love, love, love to have a copy of Nourishing Traditions. I’ve been reading about it on your blog and others, and trying to incorporate the principles that I can (whilst studying, working, doing many church activities in my spare moments and living with my white-bread eating family!). Having the book would help even more than reading it second-hand πŸ™‚ God bless, all the way from Australia.

  6. I would love to have the ‘Total Money Make Over’. We need a lot of help in this area. I would like to see if it is as good as everyone says it is.

    Oh, by the way, did I say we need a lot of help in this area? πŸ™‚

    Seriously, Congrats on a year of blogging. I just love it.

  7. Hi I would love the book From Clutter to Clarity. I am forever trying to declutter my home and sift through what is really needed.

  8. I would love to win From Clutter to Clarity. I’ve read several reviews and would like to check it out for myself. Simplifying and decluttering is something I’m always striving towards.

    Thanks, Stephanie!

  9. Congrats on your one year blogiversary! I have enjoyed reading it even if I don’t have time to comment usually. The book I would be interested in winning is Nourishing Traditions. I checked it out at the library awhile ago but would love to have my own copy. I have incorporated soaking grains into my routine and would love the book for reference on some of the other principles as well.

  10. It would be hard to choose, but I guess I would choose Big Truths for Little Kids. I have not been very consistent about teaching my children and this might help me stay on track.

  11. I’ve been wanting Nourishing Traditions for quite a while now, but have never buckled down and bought it for myself even though I’ve given it as a gift.

    I borrowed the book from a neighbor and devoured as much as I was able before I had to return it and even having it that little bit changed our diet a lot.

  12. Definitely Nourishing Traditions. Two weeks with the library’s copy is not enough.

    I already have several of these! We seem to have similar taste in books.

  13. I would love Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver. We are expanding our garden about 4 fold next year (Lord willing) so this would come in handy.

    Blessings,
    Mrs. S

  14. Oh my goodness, I don’t think I can narrow it down to one!! The first FOUR really interest me! I love cooking and trying new things and have something of a recipe book collection already. And being something of a redneck, I like the idea of challenging political correctness!! πŸ˜‰ And “From Clutter to Clarity” is already on my Amazon wishlist, having read your last two “Living Simply Saturday” posts after stumbling across your blog last weekend. Clutter is a huge issue around here. And anything regarding godly motherhood and the pursuit of a deeper relationship with Christ interests me.

  15. Like everyone else, I’m saying “What? You’re making us CHOOSE?!” πŸ™‚

    I guess I’d go for Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver. I’m forever and ever far back in line for it on paperbackswap. If I want it, I have to buy it… or win it!

  16. It’s so hard to choose! But, alas, I think I would love “From Clutter To Clarity”. The excerpts you’ve used in your blog totally have me interested in this book. I need a little clarity amidst all my clutter! I especially like the topic on the “clutter of the mind” and how your life reflects how your mind is cluttered. That’s definitely me! Thanks for doing a giveaway!!

  17. I’m a brand new reader – and really enjoying your blog. I would choose Paul Tripp’s book “A Quest for More.” I’m always convicted and challenged by Mr. Tripp, and I haven’t had a chance to read this title from him yet.

  18. Picking one is so hard! I would choose Big Truths for Little Kids–I am preparing to go teach in a school for missionaries children in Africa for 2 years, and they have daily devotional/Bible time and this could so be useful in that context (and in the Children’s ministry I am doing while still in the States)!

    Thanks!

  19. A wonderful list of books, to be sure! I think I’d choose “From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out”, as we are getting ready to move from this FEMA trailer to a real home!
    Thank you again for everything I’ve learned here in the last year! πŸ™‚

  20. From Clutter to Clarity is my pick. I just moved my parents from a 3400 sq ft home to a 1000 sq ft home and have seen first hand what clutter (emotional and physical) can result in.

  21. Hello, I am de-lurking, but not just because of the give-away, I’d do it anyway, I’m just a few days behind on posts! I’m a twenty-something young wife, currently unemployed (laid off in Michigan). I do need to go back to work for a bit (very solid Godly financial reasons for this – we just did a course similar to the one you listed here), but someday I hope to be a SAHM, devoted to our (future) kids and the health and well-being of our family, so I enjoy learning from your posts along the way! I’m not sure what other blog I read linked to yours to bring me here, but I’m glad it did!

    Now, to enter the giveaway, I’d choose “From Clutter to Clarity” because, learning from your posts, I realize just how cluttered my mind is, and I would like to learn better habits sooner than later!

  22. Congrats on one year!!

    Tough chose. I’d choose Nurioushing Traditions as it was on my to buy list. Although several of the other options look great as well!

  23. From Clutter to Clarity! I wanted to order this myself recently but it isn’t available through Chapters for whatever reason. Thanks!!

  24. It was tough to choose, but I pick:
    The Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver

    We started back slowly (and on a small scale) on the garden this year, but I am looking to have it back into full swing this spring, summer and fall. I am really hoping to make a huge dent in what we buy by growing it ourselves. It has been a great experience for my kids, ages 12, 10, 5 and almost 2.

    Nothing is more sweet then them eating strawberries right out of the garden – red juice dripping down the chin.

    My 12 year old said, “We have FREE food in our yard!”. Now hopefully I can start instilling some organic principles, too!

    Happy Anniversary!

  25. I would love to have the “Big Truths for Little Kids: Teaching Your Children to Live for God”. After hearing about it on your blog in the past, I put it on my wishlist on Amazon. So, I would love to have a copy of it! Thanks for the opportunity!

  26. I would have to choose From Clutter to Clarity. I have enjoyed your posts about it. Right now we live in a tiny apartment and the more stuff I can get rid of, the happier we will be. And I know the battle against clutter will just increase as we move and have children and continue to accumulate. I want to stop it in it’s tracks before it gets out of control.

  27. Hi there!

    I’m a “lurker” on your blog. πŸ™‚

    I would love to win “Nourishing Traditions!” I have recently been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, and am a firm believer that a healthy diet, focused on whole foods, will help me to manage my pain. My family already eats very well, but I can only eat a limited amount of whole grains now, and it would be handy to lean more about preparing food according to “Nourishing Traditions.”

    Thank you for considering me! πŸ™‚

    chaffinbravo@yahoo.com

  28. Well, I want the same one I wanted last year…Nourishing Traditions. Cant believe how fast this last year went, but then with my son’s 1st b-day last Friday, I guess it isnt all that surprising. Life seemed to speed up once the baby got here πŸ™‚

  29. Hi! I have been reading your blog and found it through Naturally Knocked Up. I have for the last couple of years been working on making our lifestyles more naturally based and changing our eating habits. This summer I was finally diagnosed w/ PCOS and have been searching for ways to change my lifestyle to treat it naturally. As for the books Nourishing Traditions is the one I would like as I am trying to change our eating for the better. Thanks!

  30. I’ve been a reader for the last six months and slowly making my way through the archives. Thanks for so much information on many topics that are important to me. Congrats on one year of blogging!
    I would pick to win Nourishing Traditions. I checked it out from the library this summer (after being on the wait list for some time!) and those two short weeks I had it was not even remotely enough time to get through it all. It would be a great addition in my kitchen. Thanks!

  31. I would choose Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver because I am looking forward to having a garden again after several years of not gardening. I feel a bit “rusty” with my skills and want to use organic practices. This would be a great resource.

  32. Big Truths for Little Kids: Teaching Your Children to Live for God –

    I’ve always wanted to flip through this book, as I think we’d love it, but I never buy books unless I can see them first, and we haven’t found this one yet!
    We are currently using her ABC Bible verses for the second time and it is wonderful!

  33. I would love to own From Clutter To Clarity! Although I’ve been convicted, I’ve enjoyed reading your posts on living simply. Reading the book would allow me to delve deeper into matters of the heart and the way I live. Congrats on one year of blogging and thanks for offering a give-away!

  34. You have a lot of books on here I already love! It is always nice to find someone with good taste. πŸ˜‰

    I think the Rodale Vegetable Garden Problem Solver sounds wonderful! I am very novice at gardening in general. My father-in-law helped me do a garden this year, but his solutions for some gardening troubles are less than ideal for an organic gardener. I don’t really have many sources around here to search out things on my own. I checked out books at the library, but they were less than helpful and more often than not, not organic.

    Congrats on the 1 year. Thank you so much for everything on your site. I really appreciate the work you put into your posts.

  35. I’ve enjoyed reading your posts about Clutter to Clarity and am very interested in reading it. I’ve been noticing lately that for some reason the clutter has really taken over at our house. It never has before, why now? I need to take the time to reflect and ponder to figure out what is going on in our life that is causing this.

  36. All the books sound great! The top two for me are the ‘Clutter’ book and Nourishing Traditions.

    I would choose Nourishing Traditions because I’m intrigued by the concept and I love to cook! I’ve seen the book referenced on several “simple/natural living’ blogs I read.

    Hope I win!

  37. I would love to have the “From Clutter to Clarity” as our Library does not have this book yet, so I have been unable to read it! I am a fairly organized person and just recently have found that my life feels out of control when there is clutter around me. I would love to be able to dive into this subject matter!
    Thanks for the opportunity to read this book!
    I really enjoy your blog!
    Thanks!

  38. From Clutter to Clarity… I’ve had my eye on this one for a while now. Our Library doesn’t have it, and I have not broken down to purchase it yet!

  39. How exciting for you to hit the one year milestone! And your blog is still always fresh and interesting. So, congrats! If I won your giveaway, I would chose the children’s catechism book, since we’re starting to get to that age with our daughter.

  40. I would love to win a copy of Nourishing Traditions since my library doesn’t carry it all and I haven’t been able to read it yet. Fortunately I have been able to glean a lot of information from wonderful blogs like yours, but it would be really nice to have the book.

    At any rate I think I will be copying your entire list onto my wish list on Amazon πŸ™‚

    On a completely different topic – I have to tell you that I got quite a giggle when I logged onto your blog this morning and saw a sidebar ad for Kraft Cheese slices. I don’t think your readers are exactly their target market!

    Congratulations on your one year anniversary.

  41. What a great way to celebrate your anniversary! Thanks for blessing us this way. I’d love to have “Relationships: A Mess Worth Making” because I realize that relationships is the center of lives … our relationship with the Lord, our spouse, our children, our extended family and friends … the circle is ever increasing, and the potential for blessing others is awesome IF we can keep our relationships out of messes.

  42. Wow! Thank you for the giveaways.

    Now, how to pick just one, because several are on my wish list…I would have to go with The Mission of Motherhood because it has been on my list the longest.

    Happy one year blogoversary! πŸ™‚

  43. I’ve been wanting to read From Clutter to Clarity, but our library doesn’t carry it. I will probably order it eventually, but I can’t afford to right now. Congratulations on your first anniversary!

  44. Thanks for celebrating your anniversary by serving us! If I were picked, I would love a copy of the gardening book or the Mothering book. Thank you!

  45. Great minds think alike, I love the list of books! The one that looks the best to me right now is From Clutter to Clarity. We are trying to sell our house and I need all the help I can get!

  46. I would love to win the from Clutter to Clarity since I struggle with disorganization in my home. Congratulations on 1 year…your blog is a great resource for me!

  47. Hi, I’d love From Mission of Motherhood. I already have the children’s catechism book and several of Paul Tripp’s amazing books. I am pregnant with our first child who’s due next month and I am thinking I might have some time to read while nursing. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog – thank you!

  48. I would pick Nourishing Traditions, I am trying to get my family healthier. A book in hand is worth more to me than the internet (I can get dizzy from being on the computer to long)
    thanks for all you do

  49. I would love a copy of Nourishing Traditions! Our library does not own a copy and I have really been wanting to get my hands on one. Thank you!

  50. Wow, that’s a tough choice. I’d love to have a copy of the Clutter book and Nourishing Traditions, but right now I’d choose Big Truths for Little Kids. My girls are really soaking up every bit of info that I’m providing these days!!

  51. Wow! I would love any of the first four! πŸ™‚ I have been enjoying reading the book study too so I will pick Mission in Motherhood (and add the others to my wishlist!)

  52. You’re right, it’s hard to choose just one! My daughter is only 5 months old but I’m starting to think about what I want to teach her when so I’ll keep in mind the catechism but until then I’m interested in the Clutter book – I need that ASAP!
    Congrats on one year!

  53. I would love the Vegetable Garden Problem solver. My goal is to start my first garden next summer. This would truly help. Hope I win!

  54. It’s hard to choose, but I’ll go with The Mission of Motherhood. Congratulation on your first year of blogging and many more to come! Thank you!

  55. Hey I would love to win the Big Truths for little kids. It looks like it would be awesome and I remember your video of Abbie answering the questions!! I’ve told you before but I LOVE your blog!! It’s great to know there are others out there that want to teach the same things to their children!!

  56. I would love to win The Mission of Motherhood. We are praying that the Lord will bless us with children soon and I would love to start reading now about how to raise godly children as my husband and I are in this “waiting season.” God bless you, Stephanie!

  57. I’d love to have Nourishing Traditions. Your frequent posts that refer to it have made me consider picking it up many times. If I don’t win, it’s going on my Christmas list.

    Thanks for a terrific blog!

  58. I would love to receive From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out. I’ve been following your posts about it, and I really need to get my life decluttered since the birth of my third baby a few weeks ago. I’ve been looking for the book at my library, but they don’t have it anywhere. Anyway, thanks for the giveaway! I love your site!

  59. Congratulations on your anniversary. I truly enjoy reading your blog.

    Gardening book- I have a HUGE desire to garden and no gardening books…

  60. I would probably like the Big Truths for Little Kids. It was a hard choice, but I have been thinking I need to pour more of God’s Word than I have been into my kiddies.

    Thanks.

  61. I love Nourishing Traditions! But I already have that one…so the Gardening book would be great. Next spring we will have our first homegrown, organic veggie yield – yummy!
    Thanks! Happy blogiversary!

  62. I would chose the Mission of Motherhood. As a mother of 4, I’ve been feeling lately like I’m more focused on just getting daily household tasks and homeschool accomplished and I want to focus more on encouraging them spiritually.

  63. Hi! I would like From Clutter to Clarity (that’s a pretty popular pick, isn’t it?). I am overwhelmed by my own clutter and even more by the clutter of the rest of my family. As the mom, I know I need to lead the way but it is so hard. I have read a couple of good clutter books but I am still not making as much progress on that front as I would like. Thanks for a chance to win this book.

  64. Nourishing Traditions, definitely! Talk about a great encyclopedia of knowledge!! I’ve been wanting to get my hands on a copies for the past few YEARS but we’ve never had room in the budget for it. When my kids were born, I had these great aspirations for serving them only organic healthy stuff… but as time has gone on, I’ve gotten a bit lax in that department. NT would be a GREAT way to get us back on track!!

  65. From Clutter to Clarity is on its way to me via Amazon right now! Hooray!
    If I could choose one, I would take Nourishing Traditions…

  66. Oh goodness! I love to read so this is a hard choice. However, I am a new mommy to a beautiful boy so I think that I would choose “Mission of Motherhood”

  67. Congratulations on your first year anniversary in the blogging world! I’m glad you’re here. I would love to win a copy of “From Clutter to Clarity” I have been following your posts on it and every time I read them I think to myself, “I NEED that book!” It sounds great. Thanks so much for including me in your 1 year Blogiversary drawing.

    Blessings,

    Mrs. H

  68. From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out !!!! It sounds great!

    Congrats on your bloggiversary (spell that)

    I really love your blog!

  69. I think I would pick A Quest for More because I’ve read Paul Tripp before and know it will be good. But it’s a hard choice! I don’t know much about Nourishing Traditions, but I’m curious. Maybe I can get it from my library. Thanks!

  70. Choose one?? oh my what a pickle. But I guess if I won I would love a copy of Clutter to Clarity. I was unable to find it at our library and after reading your blog I really wanted to read more.

  71. Congrats on one year! I just passed my second in August and I can’t believe how fast time goes when one blogs.

    I’d have to say the book I’m most interested in is Nourishing Traditions, just because I’ve heard so much about it.

  72. Hello, thanks for sharing with us and letting us celebrate with you. (I enjoy reading your blog very much!) I’d have to choose _The Mission of Motherhood_. They all sound great, but I think in my seemingly neverending struggle for balance between home and children, I need the encouragement and godly advice this book should bring. Thanks again!

  73. Hi Stephanie — I would love to be chosen to receive the book From Clutter to Clarity. I have been wanting to order it this week and the task keeps getting pushed to the side. I think I mentioned, that I checked out the author and she seems to be doctrinely solid. I love the idea of eliminating “clutter” in the heart which Scripture tells us is the center of our thoughts and our words. I am passionate about reducing the cluttering noise of the culture in my life and replacing it with the purity of God’s Word. Very fun list of books! Thanks so much for the offering!

  74. I would like Clutter to Clarity. I actually thought about buying it, but I am not spending any money on myself right now. So I am satisfying my desire to learn more, but blog-surfing. Your blog has been quite encouraging. It makes me so happy to know that there are other moms just like myself out there. Who desire to godly homemakers, educators of their own children, and helpmates to their husbands. You and your blog friends do a great job. because you know I follow any one of the blogs you recommend!!

  75. “Relationships: A Mess Worth Making”

    This sounds… heavenly. Honest! Since getting married I’ve struggled so much with my other friendships! It’s terrible. There are days when I really feel like it’s NOT a mess worth making, even though I know that’s a lie.
    So, even if I don’t win this- I’m going to have to put it on my “next to buy” list.

  76. I’m a new reader and enjoying your blog. I would like “From Clutter to Clarity” because I desperately need some help right now in clutter control. Right now my carpet is covered with school books, dirty socks, crayons, tools, toy cars, etc.! It’s hard to have clarity of mind and spirit when when the house is a wreck. I’ve heard good things about this book. Thanks for the chance to win. Blessings to you!

  77. I am so new to your blog that I actually feel guilty entering myself for this, but what the heck, right? Plus I totally NEED the TOTAL MONEY MAKEOVER! We have looked into financial counseling, etc, but it all COSTS money! And we don’t usually spend any extra – at all!!! We really are hoping to start pulling ourselves out of debt and are trying so hard just to pay the bills. This is really what we need. Either way – win or lose – thanks again for your great blog. I am an every day reader!
    Kellie

  78. I would love to read From Clutter to Clarity. I feel that the message of this book would be absolutely perfect for me to hear at this time in my life. I’m expecting baby number two’s arrival in January and we’re in a 850 sq. foot house (2 bedroom, 1 bath.) We’ve already got a lively 1.5 year old. I’m not only challenged with the physical clutter but emotional/mental as well. I just quit my job to stay at home and it’s tough to re-think how you’ve always done things in order to be wise and save money and make it on one income… especially in CA!
    Thanks for the other good titles, too. I’ll be making a trip to my library soon!

  79. heya!!! as a sahm i would love to delve into Nourishing Traditions! I and my husband have really been making some wonderful changes to our lifestyle to more glorify the Lord and make us healthier in the pursuit! i would love to keep spreading the good knowledge we (we both looooove to cook!) can glean from this “treasure trove”! blessings to another “itchy-footed” mum;) -kileah

  80. So hard to pick! I think if I had to choose, it would be Nourishing Traditions. However, both From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out &
    Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver look good, too. Thank you for your giveaway. I love doing them. I should have one, soon, too.

  81. Gee…it’s a hard choice, but I guess I would pick Total Money Makeover. Thanks for the suggestions of good books to read.

  82. I’d like to be entered for “Nourishing Traditions” please. I’ve been reading your blog and Heavenly Homemakers for awhile now and am learning so much. I’ve been wanting to read the book, but haven’t yet!

  83. I would love to win Nourishing Traditions. I have taken it out of the library several times but haven’t taken the plunge and bought it.

  84. I would love to have the From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out book. this is an area I have been working toward for the last few years. You have great taste πŸ™‚ in books I have all but one of the other books you listed.;-) Thanks Trisha

  85. It is hard to choose, but I think I’ll go with From Clutter to Clarity because our library is less likely to get that one than the Gardening book. I’m really excited about getting into gardening and will check this one out for tips on getting started. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas you pass along!

  86. Hi Steph,

    Somewhat de-lurking, although I have made a few comments. But since taking a bit of a break from transcribing, I’ve been checking your blog pretty regularly. Just want to say I’ll really miss having you in our CG. God has really used your passion for homemaking to spur me on in that area. I will be praying for you adjustment to the new CG. As for a book, the NT cookbook sounds pretty cool. πŸ™‚
    Melissa

  87. Congratulations on a whole year! I have been reading your blog for a few months now, and yours is always the first one I catch up on : )
    The book I would choose would be “Big Truths for Little Kids”. My husband and I were just talking about getting a good catechism book for our son, who is turning 3 soon.
    Thanks! : )

  88. Enjoy your blog! Very hard to choose, but I think I would go with the Big Truths for Little Kids one! Thanks for the chance to win!

  89. tough choice… but since I have been borrowing a friends Nourishing Traditions book for over a year now perhaps now is the perfect time to try and get my own. Thank you.

  90. I would love the Mission of Motherhood. It would be such a great encouragement to me as a stay at home mom who is trying to train my little ones to love Jesus!!!

  91. Congratulations on your blog anniversary! My book choice is Nourishing Traditions. Thanks for celebrating with a book giveaway.

  92. Nourishing Traditions – I have heard high reviews from several people and would love to add it to my little library. There seems to be such a wealth of knowledge available in this book.

  93. Fun giveaway! The vegetable problem solver sounds like a great book (as well as the others you have listed.) I had a hard time deciding!

  94. Congrats on your Blogoversary! I’ve subscribed for quite some time and enjoy your blog.

    Wow, it’s hard to choose!

    Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem Solver is intriguing to me since it’s written differently than the average gardening book.

  95. Can I pick just one? No, I surely cannot! I guess if I have to, I would pick Nourishing Traditions. I have been so interested in cooking healthier for my family lately, and I have so little to go on. I was raised on meat and potatoes, so healthful eating to me was always making sure I added veggies! Thank you for this giveaway!
    Shellie

  96. I would love the Nourishing Traditions. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog over the last couple of months and have started to cook from scratch more. It’s much easier than I thought and much healthier. Thanks for your posts!

  97. I would also love a copy of Nourishing Traditions! I’ve read so many great things about this book, but with 13-month-old twins and another little one on the way (with no maternity insurance to boot!) I’m not able to buy it now. Thanks for all the time you put into this blog – it’s greatly appreciated!!

  98. I would absolutely love From Clutter to Clarity. I’ve been running into recommendations for this book all over the place and really feel like it’s a bok that might help me out right now!

  99. I just found your blog, and WOW, I am loving it. Hope its ok to try for your give away!! I would love this book: From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out. This sounds like a book I could use right about now.

  100. I would enjoy reading From Clutter to Clarity. I am always interested in getting my life more organized! πŸ™‚

  101. I would choose “From Clutter to Clarity” – I definitely need the inspiration and encouragement!

  102. I’d love to win “From Clutter to Clarity: Simplifying Life from the Inside Out” because I’m enjoying the portions of it you’ve shared on Saturdays.

  103. I’d love to read From Clutter to Clarity because that is what I am facing right now (Clutter) and yearn for Clarity.

    Thanks for this giveaway!

  104. I think I might have to go with Clutter to Clarity, since I’ve enjoyed your Saturday posts. I almost chose Nourishing Traditions since I’ve borrowed it from the library so many times, but I think want to read something new!

  105. I would love the Big truths for little kids…oh, and one of my children is taking her diaper off and everyone is yelling…gotta run
    susannah

  106. Congratulations!! It has been a great year! (I’ve looked through your previous posts) πŸ™‚ Maybe I’ll be one that squeaks in thanks to your lack of internet access. I’d love to read From Clutter to Clarity. I’m in the process of simplifying my home and I have found it to be extremely rewarding already. I want my children to grow up loving what the Lord has blessed them with and not wanting what everyone else has (but usually doesn’t appreciate). Thanks for doing a great job and I can’t wait to read more!

  107. Am I too late? I just found you but would love from clutter to clarity. I am trying so hard to change this about myself. Now I am off to look around your blog some more!

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