Life by Jeanie’s Resource Page

This is where I get my stuff!  :)

Below you will find listed some of the companies and products I believe in and use in my own kitchen.  Links are included for your convenience; you are not obligated in any way.

This resource page is a way to help you easily locate products to live a real food, traditional lifestyle. Many of these products may be found locally and that is fine, that’s what I do when it is convenient.  In my own backyard is always my first choice but that is seldom possible.

Many of the sources and items are here because I prefer the quality or the price may be better.   Other times, it is just easier to have them brought to my door. The time and energy saved is huge, it almost feels like an extra set of hands helping!

Some of my resources are affiliate links, which means that when you purchase through these links; although the cost is the same to you; I may receive a small commission that helps keep this blog going. Your support is very much appreciated!

Some resources, as well as the books and classes  are here just because I love them and want you to have access to them also.   This list may change as I find new products I feel will help you so check for new items once in a while :)

Helpful resources:

  • doTerra Essential Oils - My first choice for high quality essential oils.
  • iHerb - I purchase some of my supplements and miscellaneous items.
  • Mountain Rose Herb - This is my go-to supplier for quality teas, spices and dried herbs.  Also, most of my ingredients for making skin care and personal items are purchased here. The simplest way I find products is to type in an item in the search box on the home page and let them show me all the options.
  • Radiant Life - The first place I go for healthy fats including coconut oil, minerals like sea salt or magnesium flakes and fermented cod liver oil.
  • Amazon - For all my other miscellaneous items, I start here and search for what ever, including the word “organic” in the search saves time.
  • Real Milk Finder - For local options, if raw milk is legal in your area.
  • Walnut Hills Farm is my local supplier of pasture raised beef, chickens and pork. If you are located outside of the middle Tennessee area; check Eat Wild, a website dedicated to helping you locate a source for grass-fed meat and dairy products in the United States and Canada. Products include: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Goat, Elk, Venison, Yak, Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Turkeys, Eggs, Milk, Cheeses, Wild-Caught Salmon and more!
  • A passion for organics

Books I’ve found helpful:

On-Line Classes & Programs

Delicious Versatile Stuffed Mushrooms Made Easy

What could be easier than stuffed mushrooms so versatile they can be made completely on the stove top when temperatures soar and the last thing you want is to... ‎

Recharging Our Brains (and spirits) in Mexico Beach

Remember the post, Is There a Simple Solution to Every Day Blahs? and I said get out there and have FUN? Well we did it! This was not a...

Revamped Green Bean Casserole ~ My Family’s Fave!

I’m always looking for easy recipes that are filling and nutritious.  This dish fills the bill.  Most of us don’t have a lot of extra time to fuss over...

Need Help to Stop Falling Off the Exercise Wagon?

Exercise, we all know how good it is for us.  So why is it so hard to stay on an exercise program? Are you like so many of us,... ‎

Is There a Simple Solution to Every Day Blahs?

Is There a Simple Solution to Every Day Blahs? I mean ~ besides coffee? That’s my, “Are you kidding, who cares; doesn’t coffee fix everything!” look. Do you ever... ‎

Cool, Refreshing Coconut Smoothie with Ice Cream

  When the weather turns hot, these smoothies are quick and easy.  They also make a wonderful quick “grab and run” breakfast so don’t be afraid to double this...

Do You Want to Say Good-bye to Pesky Aches & Pains?

Have you been convinced that aches and pains are simply a part of the aging process? Me too! And I’ve been a little smug because until very recently, I’ve...

Making Homemade Cultured Butter – It’s Easy!

What could be the advantage of cultured butter over regular butter? Well let me tell you why I like about it ~ the taste! Cultured butter has a little...