You may have noticed a couple of changes around here:
  1. The obvious: the look and URL of the blog has changed. If you are coming from my old site, please update your bookmarks and RSS feeds. Eventually I will be deleting the old site. Now that I have finished the major coding there will only be tweaks here and there. Please let me know if you have trouble accessing the site or find anything amiss within the site.
  2. I haven’t been blogging as frequently. This will change now that I have finished wrestling with my design code. I am so glad to have it done and look forward to getting back to my usual blogging schedule.

Looking ahead, here is what I have coming up on Nourishing Days:

  • how to make yogurt in your crock pot
  • how to make chicken stock in your crock pot
  • smoothie recipes
  • a guide to finding local foods
  • more nourishing recipes

Thank you all for joining me at my new site. I’d love to hear from you if you have any topic suggestions, thoughts on the new design or questions.

I look forward to continuing to share with you and learn from you.


7 Responses to Looking Ahead

  1. I love the look of your new site! :) Now I’m wishing I had a crockpot…


  2. Erica says:

    Love the new site, looks great :) Looking forward to your new recipes.

    I do yogurt and stock in my crockpot, it’s such a huge timesaver!


  3. Denise says:

    wow, nice new place. I’ll be back : )


  4. Nancy says:

    like the new look….looking forward to what you have planned to share.


  5. Erin says:

    I LOVE the new look! So happy for you! And SO looking forward to lots of learning posts from you! Go girl!


  6. Hi Nourishing Days!

    Great job! I’m beginning to think about doing the same thing; getting my own url and moving to WP. Any tips you have would be outstanding!

    It looks amazing, though! Great work (I thought your old one looked great too!)

    I just posted about chicken stock in a crock pot, I’ll be anxious to see how you do it. I also was just researching making yogurt in the crock pot last night and tried it today but it flopped (I left the crock-pot plugged in a little too long by accident. Bummer. But other than that, it’s a fantastic method. Can’t wait to see how you demystify it!

    Take care,



  7. Shannon says:

    Thanks, Michele! Crock pots are great, especially with little ones who would rather you read to them than watch you make dinner ;) .


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