Would it surprise you to know I don’t actually subscribe to any real food blogs? Nope, I have found that regular updates from real food blogs tend to stress me out–it’s Too Much Information, and can make me feel like I’m not doing enough, eating enough healthy food, that I’m just plain not good enough.
Instead, I have a few blogs I bookmark and visit on an as-needed basis–when I need inspiration for dinner, have a question, or need fresh motivation.
My Favorite Real Food Blogs
Keeper of the Home
I love Stephanie for her balanced, Biblical approach to nourishing her family. I never get stressed out when I visit her blog. I’ve got to meet her a few times, and she’s just as lovely in person as on her blog. I can’t wait to hear her at the Raising Generations Today conference next March here in NY!
I trust Katie to present well-researched, un-biased information on real, green, clean living. It was Katie that finally got me making my own mayo by showing me how simple it really was in a little vlog she made right in her kitchen.
Health, Home, Happiness
Kara’s experience in reversing her daughter’s autism is so inspiring to me. I go to her site specifically when I’m looking for information and inspiration on the healing power of traditional foods. She’s my main source for GAPS recipes and info.
I love Laura’s practical and relatively relaxed approach to real food. She feeds 3 growing boys real food every day, but laughs more than she stresses about it. Her recipes are down-home comfort food and her writing style makes me laugh.
Stacy Makes Cents
Stacy makes me laugh. I know I should give you more of an intro, but if you can’t tell by now, a light-hearted approach to the challenge of feeding my family well is my favorite. Oh, I know what else to love about Stacy–she totally rocks the crockpot and her instagram makes me laugh every day.
What’s your favorite real food website? I’d love to bookmark a few more favorites. Oh, and you’re not letting yourself get stressed, are you?
Victoria @ Creative Home Keeper says
I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one who gets stressed out when reading other real food blogs! I always feel overwhelmed, like I need to throw everything out of my pantry and start from scratch. I have been making small changes, one at time, in our quest to change our diet. Thanks for these links, as well as all the great tips you have been sharing.
Victoria, so glad to hear about your small yet steady progress–those are the changes that stick! Thanks for your encouraging comment