Healthy 2Day Wednesday {July 24/2013}

Welcome back to Healthy 2Day Wednesday!

It’s been hot and humid here in the midwest. Whew – let’s take our minds off it, shall we! Stop by our featured links from last week and get lost in some good reading, or feel free to leave your own post in this week’s linkup and share your ideas for healthy living!

Healthy 2Day Wednesdays is happily hosted by:
Rachel of Day2Day Joys
Stephanie of The Cheapskate Cook
Carrie of Young Living Oil Lady
Anne of Authentic Simplicity
Paula of Whole Intentions

Please stop by all our blogs for great ideas on living healthy lives!

Paula’s top 3 picks from last week:

As the top 3, you have been Facebook’d and Tweeted by Paula. And don’t forget, your posts were pinned to our Pinterest board made especially for Healthy 2Day Wednesdays.

The surprising cost of cancer was mind blowing to me. Jill at Read Rood Forager shares some interesting facts and alternatives.
Tessa from Tessa the Domestic Diva shares a delicious way to use your summer zucchini.
Judee at Gluten Free A – Z shares a delicious and nutrient-packed salad for summer.

Have you been featured as an H2W favorite?

We now have a button for you to add to your post or side bar! You can get different size buttons here.

How to join this week’s fun:

Link up to any of our blogs with your favorite healthy post.

Guidelines for this Link-Up:

  • Share an idea, tip, recipe, things to avoid, something new to try, natural remedy, alternative medicine, going “green” tips, etc. that will help us to remain or become more healthy!
  • If this is your first time participating read more info & get button here (also find the “I’ve been featured” button there)
  • Comment on another participant’s post, this builds community.
  • Add button or link back to that day’s link up.
  • Spread the word so we can learn more ideas on keep our families healthy; feel free to share on Facebook or Twitter.
  • Ideas: homebirths, natural remedies, an interesting article, something eco-friendly, a review, natural cleaner, alternative or holistic approaches to health, how to’s, the list goes on & on!
  • If you are adding a recipe, make sure the ingredients do not include white flour, refined sugar, processed products, packages products (unless it is clearly stated or pictured that it is organic or all natural) and the like. We are looking for whole food recipes that are beneficial to our health.
  • If you have any questions regarding H2W’s, please contact Rachel.
  • If you’re not participating today, I hope you’ll come back & join in next week!