Your Subscriptions Options {and what they mean}

If you subscribe to the weekly newsletter you can enjoy free downloads! Our current downloads are:

  • The “Sugar Detox Challenge” ebook – looking to reduce and/or eliminate sugar from your diet? This eight week challenge can help you get on your way. This ebook is full of  information and recipes.
  • The “Is Your Flour Wet?” ebook is a multi blogger project full of information on soaking, sprouting, or souring grains along with how-tos and recipes.
  • Food for Fertility checklist – lost on which foods you need to eat each day? This checklist makes it easy for you to see what you’re eating each week and which foods you may need to start eating more of.

If you are currently subscribed, just scroll to the end of the NKU email and you’ll see your download links.


When reading a blog, you have lots of options. In fact, it’s kind of ridiculous how many different places you can “subscribe” or read my blog and posts! Social media sites have only added to that, and I’m afraid many are becoming confused….and a touch annoyed. I love all of the support I’ve been shown by my readers and I hope that offering multiple ways to follow my posts only adds to your experience here.

Find a subscription option that works for you and join the other 7600+ subscribers in improving your health and cooking fabulous foods!

Ways to Subscribe to a Blog

The weekly newsletter, is sent directly to your e-mail for you to read. You’ll only receive one e-mail per week  and it will contain the post titles from the week as well as a short intro to each article. To read the full article you’ll need to click the “read more” link after each one. (this way the e-mails aren’t a mile long)

You’ll receive just one e-mail per week and you can sign up using the form below. Blog posts include recipes, natural fertility tips, and natural health articles.  I also blog about my life and relevant information but do not include posts on pregnancy or children.
  Really Simple Syndication or RSS, is a great way to subscribe to blogs, especially if you read many of them on a daily or weekly basis. In simple terms it’s this – my blog has a special RSS Feed attached to it so that all of my posts can be read on what is called a feed reader.  You’ll basically see an entire list of new posts titles from each of the blogs you subscribe to and can choose to read them if they sound interesting. To comment on a post you’ll need to click the title of the post and be directed to the blog. By subscribing via RSS, you will receive updated posts to your reader each time I write a new article – about 3-4 times per week -and you’ll see them shortly after the article is published. Blog posts include recipes, natural fertility tips, and natural health articles.  I also blog about my life and relevant information but do not include posts on pregnancy or children.

When you subscribe by e-mail updates, you’ll receive a new e-mail each day I post something new on the blog. You’ll see the full article in your inbox to read at your leisure. To comment on a post, you’ll have to come to the blog to do so.

E-mail updates are sent 3-4 times per week and only sent in the morning after I’ve posted a new article. Blog posts include recipes, natural fertility tips, and natural health articles.  I also blog about my life and relevant information but do not include posts on pregnancy or children.

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You can “Like” the blog on Facebook as well and you’ll see any new posts in your news feed should you happen to catch them. You’ll also be able go to the Naturally Knocked Up page anytime you’re on Facebook to check for something new. I like Facebook as a way to interact with readers and I often post different recipes I’m trying out before they hit the blog, as well as random thoughts, questions, and pictures from my daily life. You’ll see links posted to new articles when they’re published but will be taken to the blog to read them.

When you subscribe via facebook you can expect up to 3 posts per day in your feed. Most of the time it’s less than this, but you shouldn’t ever see more. Updates include recipes, natural fertility tips, and natural health articles.  I also update about my life and relevant information but do not include posts on pregnancy or children.

Twitter often times seems like this giant expanse of space with everyone randomly talking. Well, I guess it doesn’t so much ‘seem’ this way as much as it is actually this way. I’m on twitter for networking and socializing {many times when I should be writing, and get stuck, I chat with my friends on twitter} I chat about everything there; random thoughts, pictures, questions, etc, etc. I also post links to new articles on the blog and when you click on them you’ll be taken to the blog to read them.

Following me on twitter you can expect anywhere from one to 20+ posts per day. {depending on how much of a writer’s block I have} I post information about every aspect of my life so depending on what I’m going through and what season of life I’m in – it’s what you’ll see, including information on natural childrearing/pregnancy. etc.


And finally, you can now read Naturally Knocked Up on your Kindle should you have one! I believe the monthly subscription rate set by Amazon’s Kindle store is $1.99 and you’ll receive all posted articles as they are published.


I hope this clears up any confusion you may have about subscribing to the blog and that you can find something that works for you. Your subscriptions actually help support this blog as advertisers and companies love to see cold hard numbers. Just make sure to do it in a way that doesn’t cause me to become bothersome. And as always, you can always unsubscribe at any time or condense how you allow me to communicate with you (instead of multiple subscriptions) and I’ll totally understand. 😉

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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.


  1. Hello to u, I emailed u before. I am presently goin thru my Masters degree program, after my 5mnths miscarriage which is almost 2wks now, I finaLly summond the courage to go back to school. As I entered into d classroom, my classmates were staring at my tummy. Some even asked what happend to u? Hope baby is still kicking? The most painful of all is when a friend of mine said ‘why is your tummy looking smaller. Hope there is still a baby inside?’ I was distabilizd. I just said oh d baby is still there but you know that put a lot of burden in my heart. Pls shud I address the class has a whole to tell them what happened or what. Thank u

    donielle Reply:

    @monique, Monique, I’m so very sorry for your loss, my heart goes out to you. As hard as it is, at some point you’ll have to let people know. Just do it when it comes naturally. So sorry friend.

  2. I would love to learn more summer recipes. This looks like a fabulous book! Thanks

  3. I subscribed to your e-mails :)

  4. Dear Donielle, thanks for this site, I have been trying to conceive for few years then been through two unsuccessful ivf but I’m hoping that I can conceive I’m 40. I was searching then I came across your site. I will need to see my doctor and start looking after my body.
    God bless you

  5. Can you PLEASE remove the feature that prevents people from utilizing the “back” button from your website. If we want to go “back” to our previous page, we should be able to. It is frustrating and annoying and prevents people from wanting to visit your site. I was going to save your link in my favorites and visit your facebook page, but I do not visit sites that don’t allow me to go back to my web browswer. Many others feel the same way; they just won’t take the time to tell you. Thanks.

    donielle Reply:

    @daureen, I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but I don’t have anything set that would prevent anyone from using the back button in a browser. Some of the links within a post do open up in a new tab, if that’s what you mean. But as far as just browsing around the site, you should be able to use your back button at any time.

  6. Hi Donielle, I was trying to download the sugar detox, but it is asking me for a password. I don’t remember setting up a password. I’m subscribed to your emails already. Could you please help me? Thanks, Melanie.

    donielle Reply:

    @Melanie, Check the bottom of the emails you get (I just sent one out this afternoon!) and you’ll see the password at the bottom of the email under “subscriber downloads”.
    (I had to add a password so that google wouldn’t search for it)

  7. Thank you so much!

  8. Brooke says:

    Hi, I would love to know what you do to treat your drinking water. I’m trying to figure out what the best solution is. Big thanks in advance for your help. Brooke

    Donielle Reply:

    @Brooke, Since we have well water, this subject isn’t one I’ve done a ton of research on. But I would purchase/research chlorine filters for drinking and bathing water if you haven’t already!