12 Happy Chickens is a place where I can celebrate my passions for animals, sustainability, organic gardening, and country life.
Also, long and low flat top peterbilts, teapots, vintage barnifacts, tattoos, paganism, and natural handmade soaps.
I live on this farm with my husband, 2 dogs- Harley Rose and Dottie, 3 make that 4 cats- Sweet Pea, Sasser, Jackson & Squeaky Monroe, 2 horses- Kassys Dream & Sweet Betsy Showdown, 15 mallard ducks (bug control) that will fly away this fall (they’re gone) and lastly but certainly not least my 12 make that 15 happy chickens.
At 1HappyCorner.com we talk about online resources and shopping ideas for gifts. Our experts talk about DIY gift ideas, green gifts, unique gifts, wedding gift etiquette, saving on gifts and much more!
MindBodySmile.com is a creation of a Syracuse, NY fertility doctor Robert Kiltz. I (Christine Briel) am the editor of the website and also an active blogger. We have bloggers that range from life coaches, horse trainers, acupuncturists, artists, therapists, doctor, cancer survivor, published authors ... and the list goes on. If you look at the People tab you will see we are mainly comprised of women bloggers - about 23 women out of 30 people. We would love to have our community blog included in BlogHer's directory.
Nashua, NH & Pittsburgh, PA
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We're looking to make living a more environmentally friendly and chemical-free life less complicated and more fun. We'll share our research, recipes and practical advice based on our knowledge and experiences. Our goal is to inspire readers to try something new and we hope you’ll share your experiences with us too....more
I am a stay at home mama of three gorgeous boys in a little town in Quebec. My boys make sure that I never have a boring day.
We unschool, we believe in living consensually and respectfully and we try to live as Naturally as possible.
This blog is about my life... parenting, unschooling, cooking, sewing and whatever else comes to mind...
This blog is about the adventures of three urbanites (one American, one
Finn, one dog of no fixed nationality) displaced to the Finnish
countryside. In December 2008, we took up residence in Pähkinä (Finnish
for “nut”) after a little joke about moving into our friend’s pretty,
yellow cottage suddenly became a reality. If years of London living
made our previous move to Helsinki seem like walking through a
revolving door into a pasture of cows, what will become of this little
walk in the woods?