My Picks Of The Week/ ‘EOA’ Link-Up #57

Jesse Wilcox Smith~ On His Knee

Welcome to our weekly homemaking link-up party: ‘Encourage One Another’! Each Wednesday, you’re warmly invited to link up anything you have posted related to homemaking, homesteading, encouragement for women and mothers, and mingle with others who’ve done the same.

Every week, I feature 3-5 of my favorite posts of the week; be sure to link-up regularly because the “Featured Post” could be YOURS!

If I could only tell you how hard it is to decide on the what to feature each week! So many, many great posts link up! I get a ton of ideas from your blogs, and it’s so neat to have a weekly reminder that there are others out there who are kindred spirits! I am so genuinely thankful and inspired as I read over all the link-ups from week to week!

Thank you, everyone, for all you do to make this a growing community of like-minded friends.


Leslie over at [Our Rustic Life] makes a cozy Chipotle and Mango chili for these chilly days that are descending upon us. 

chipotle mango buffalo chili


Morgan [The Forgiven Former Feminist] discusses a little four letter word, as in, ‘FINE.‘ This is a plea for Christian women to stand together. Won’t you join us to make this happen??

How are you? I'm fine!, FINE


Have you been playing by a manipulator’s unspoken, changing-with-however-they-feel rules? Auntie Em [Auntie Em’s Guide To Life] has practical and helpful advice. Don’t Play!

Don't play button


Jennifer [Loving Life At Home] discusses something much needed and little talked about…7 Reasons to Prioritize Sex in Marriage. I  pray it WILL encourage those who read it and maybe save a marriage or two!!

benefits of sex to women, better health

Juana [Juana Mikels] gives us a love story! Meet My Daughters ~ A Total Blessing!

Big sister and little sister, disabled child


If you were featured above, kindly help yourself to the featured button!

Deep Roots at Home

If you have been encouraged or blessed here at Deep Roots At Home, I warmly invite you to connect with me on Facebook. See you there!


I’ve been thinking lately that as this link-up is centered around encouragement, that it would be so wonderful if the recipes that are linked-up are healthy. Something that is not only delicious but also nutritious to the body, an encouragement to living a healthier life. So, I’m requesting that you be mindful of the recipes that you link up. Are these recipes going to make stronger minds and bodies? Examples of welcomed ingredients would include: honey instead of white sugar; healthy oils such as coconut and olive oils; broth-based recipes; additive-free ingredients. Gluten-free, raw food combinations, and soaked are all very much desired.

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~ Jacqueline

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25 Responses to My Picks Of The Week/ ‘EOA’ Link-Up #57

  1. Auntie Em says:

    Thank you, thank you, Jacqueline, for picking my post! I pray that it will help and encourage many of your wonderful readers!

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  5. Thanks so much for hosting!

    Linked up my post, ‘Nothing was working…’


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  10. Thanks for the great features & for hosting, & God bless!

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  12. Chaya says:

    Thanks for inviting me to link up here. I think it is a great idea and I hope to write some pieces that I can add, in future weeks.

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  18. I am new and excited to be a part! I shared “Roasting Butternut Squash” which our garden produces a ton of, “Homemade Jello” which is a great way to use all the grape juice from our vineyard and “Cholesterol – the Unsung Antioxidant” which have info that may surprise you!
    Have a great week!

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  20. You have a lovely blog! Thank you for the invite to this link party and for hosting! Looking forward to staying encouraged here. :)

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  22. As always, you are a lovely hostess, Jacqueline! It’s been a while since I linked up… so pleased to be back!

  23. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of tasty and delicious
    Easy Potato Frittata!

    Here’s the link:

  24. This is my first week linking up.

    Thanks, Jacqueline, for hosting this wonderful weekly link-up.

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