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Hey there fellow RHs,
When I got married, my MIL bought me a lifetime subscription to Better Homes and Gardens. For anyone who knows me, this sounds preposterous. I am not a consumer culture kind of girl. But anyone who really knows me knows that I secretly adore reading about home stuff and yes, absolutely also garden stuff. 
However, as you can imagine, BHG regularly leaves me quite a bit less than satisfied. Boo hoo. It's a racket, of course. They are just trying to sell shit. 
But I really do want to read about homemaking arts, like in a magazine or even daily paper kind of way. Love it. Can't get enough. And the blog world has given me a form for that. Very exciting.
I've compiled all my favorite blogs into an "offline feed reader" so that now I have my own, Rad, Radical, Even Better Homes and Gardens Daily. I still wish it was hardcopy, that I could hold and smell and leaf through, but, so it goes. At least I'm saving trees.
Anyway, my point is could we, right here, start some kind of list? Any RHs with blogs give a link and a short description?
Me first. 
is about cooking, gardening, parenting, and generally ankle biting The Man.
What's yours, so I can add you into my RREBHG?
-Calamity Jane

Tags: blogs, community, homemaking, housewifery

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Dog Island Farm is my blog. There are usually 1-3 entries per week depending on whether all three of us (contributors) write at least once per week.

It's a self sufficiency blog and includes gardening tips, recipes, etc. for those living in an array of settings from highly urban to rural.
Cool. Here's my blog link: http://www.yesmagazine.org/blogs/shannon-hayes/the-birthday-balloon
Then, of course, since my kitchen is filled with meat, here's my other site, which posts monthly articles to help earth-loving meat eaters build stronger relationships with the farmers...and have more fun in the kitchen: www.grassfedcooking.com. The newsletter subscription is free....and yes, I like ankle-biting ;-)
I have a blog, mostly about cooking from scratch, called Lost Arts Kitchen: lostartskitchen.blogspot.com . I also write about food politics and sustainability at times, too. Usually only post a couple times a month. I'm working on a post about meat processing now.
That's awesome! I'm going to be writing soon about coming to terms with eating meat from a raising-it-yourself standpoint.

Chris said:
I have a blog, mostly about cooking from scratch, called Lost Arts Kitchen: lostartskitchen.blogspot.com . I also write about food politics and sustainability at times, too. Usually only post a couple times a month. I'm working on a post about meat processing now.

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