Weather Journaling {and other news}

With all of this “extreme” weather we’ve had lately, it’s been interesting for us to begin weather journaling here at home. And I’ve used many of the ways we’ve tracked the weather to also supplement my garden journal.

I’m hopeful that in a few years time that I’ll have my own personal “how to garden” book, based on how my plants, in my yard, react to different weather situations.

Do you ever track the weather at all? (temperatures, rain fall, etc?)

You can read a bit more about how my family is weather journaling over at Simple Homemade today.

Weather Journaling {with children}

Other Reminders:

My book just started shipping this week! I received my shipment yesterday and for those of you who have ordered it already, from either Vintage Remedies or Amazon, you should receive it soon as well.

And if you were waiting for Amazon to get it in stock before you ordered, they now have it and are shipping it out! (even if it says out of stock, it just means the ones they have in their warehouse are sold, but they are getting more each day)

{buy it here}

If the book has made it into your hands already – don’t forget to post about it on Twitter (use the hashtag #TTCN – ‘Trying To Conceive Naturally) or on Facebook and tag the NKU page! I can’t wait to hear what you think about it and will soon put up a testimonials page here on the blog so you can see what others are saying.


Real Food Summit

If you haven’t signed up for the Real Food Summit yet, make sure you do! My talk about Real Food for Fertility is this Sunday and it will be available for listening for a 24 hour period, so whenever it works best for you on Sunday.


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About Donielle

Donielle is an amateur herbalist and natural momma to two littles (with another babe in heaven) after dealing with being less than fertile. She has a passion for nourishing nutrition, natural living, and spreading the word on how food truly affects our health.