Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Blog Love: Healthier Steps


Meet Michelle Blackwood of Healthier Steps.

What does Michelle have to say about herself?
My name is Michelle, I’m passionate in sharing with others how they can achieve a better lifestyle, by avoiding the pain and suffering plaguing society through disease. I give health lectures and cooking classes for the public, in between homeschooling my children and keeping home for my hubby Devon. I also enjoy organic gardening, foraging wild edible plants, baking and decorating vegan cakes. 
I'm a home school mom of 2 children. I live in the beautiful countryside of Virginia. I love nature and decided to create beautiful handmade soaps using the finest ingredients, all natural, free of chemicals, gentle enough that I use them on the delicate skin of my 2 year old.  My 13 year old home schooler leads out in design, photography, and graphic as part of home schooling . We grow all of the herbs organically that are used in the soaps. 
I will increase my product line gradually, I like to do custom orders, please contact me if you are interested. These creations are from my home to yours, we want you to enjoy that luxurious feeling we experience daily.
What can you expect to find on Michelle's blog?
Vegan Cooking
[Vegetarian Fried Rice]
[Gluten-Free Tofu Nuggets]

Natural Soaps
 
 
 and Natural Remedies

To learn more about Michelle and Healthier Steps, please visit her blog or her Etsy shop!

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XOXO,

5 comments:

Miss Val's Creations said...

I love the Michelle grows her own herbs to use in the soaps! Since I am a vegetarian I will be checking out her blog. These dishes look delicious!

michelle blackwood said...

Thank you so much Libby, I actually just found this post on Google search engine!

Libby said...

@Miss Val: Yes, I've seen a lot of amazing recipes I want to try too. :-)

@ Michelle: You're so welcome. Your blog is wonderful and I love your personal testimony. :-)

Sharon said...

The rice and tofu look absolutely delicious!

barbaraK said...

I found this easy and with delicious varieties. Last time I made it my husband came into the kitchen and said, “Oh GOOD!” There’s no higher praise than that. Have to try another delicious and popular recipe ideal for nearly any occasion – http://www.gourmetrecipe.com/…Best of all it’s easy to prepare!

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