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A Sand Dollar Millionaire {Blogger of the Month}

July 14, 2014

Miss July 2014, Dorothy Johnson Have you ever experienced a divine appointment—found your day blessed by an unexpected heart connection with someone? It happened to me last week when I dropped by Saltwater Cottage to meet one of its owners, Julie Condon, and to get her picture for a post about shopping along Florida 98. [...]

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Sunday Link-Up {July 13, 2014}

July 13, 2014
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Debbie Arnold: Feta with Peppered Honey and Toasted Almonds {Foodie Friday}

July 11, 2014

By Debbie Arnold of Dining With Debbie   One of my favorites for summer dining is a simple cheese and fruit plate, such as this Feta with Peppered Honey and Toasted Almonds served along with locally grown Arkansas peaches.  This plus a fresh-from-the-garden salad (or local farmers’ market) and probably some crunchy bread might easily be a meal [...]

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Farm to School and What it Means to McCool Farms {#Farm2Home14}

July 10, 2014

Farm2Home14 FarmerPanel From Left: Beth Eggers (Wye Mountain Flowers and Berries), Mark Morgan (Peach Pickin’ Paradise), Chuck McCool (McCool Farms) and Bob Barnhill (Barnhill Orchards)  By Chuck McCool, owner of McCool Farms Note: Chuck McCool was a recent panel participant in #Farm2Home14 sponsored by Arkansas Grown, The Arkansas Agriculture Department and P. Allen Smith.  He [...]

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When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Grillin’ {Wordless Wednesday}

July 9, 2014

By Jodi of The Coffee House Life   Jodi Coffee, who blogs at The Coffee House Life, is the mom of three beautiful and energetic little girls that ALWAYS give her something to blog about. She loves to try new things — food, travel and adventure. In her spare time…wait a minute. What is that? [...]

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Plugin Love

July 8, 2014

by ARWB Gal Alison Chino Ok y’all! This might officially be the nerdiest blog post I have ever written, but how much do you LOVE it when you are trying to make a change to your blog and you find the EXACT right plugin to make the magic happen? When I find the right plugin [...]

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The Elusive Sand Dollar {Blogger of the Month}

July 7, 2014

By Miss July 2014, Dorothy Johnson Today is Terry’s and my 40th wedding anniversary. We’re spending it at our favorite place, Navarre Beach, Florida. As I look back over all the years our family has come to the panhandle, it’s the small pleasures like early morning walks and watching the children play in the surf [...]

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Sunday Link-Up {July 6, 2014}

July 6, 2014
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Busvlogger:S’mores on a Stick {Foodie Friday Guest Post by Busvlogger)

July 4, 2014

By James Moore AKA Busvlogger When I was asked to do a post for the July fourth Foodie Friday, my brain started thinking in red, white and blue. There were plump blueberries, juicy strawberries, food colorings of crimson and cobalt and a lot of creamy dairy products swirling around in my head-blender. Then it dawned [...]

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Cooling Off While Pregnant (Hot, Hot, Hot)

July 3, 2014

By Heather Vaught of VaughtBabyDreams   Cooling off while pregnant.  Is that even possible?   I’m sure at least one of our readers is or knows someone who is trying to figure out how to stay cool during this summer while being pregnant.  I reached out to all of my Mommy Friends and asked them [...]

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