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One Bite at a Time is full of mostly my ideas from Simple Mom. But—there are plenty of areas where I default to experts, fellow bloggers who know more than me. Here are the featured contributors in the e-book:

Maya Bisineer is the founder of MemeTales – a place to read children’s books, discover activities and show off creations. She writes about frugal and green living, and when she gets a break from being mom and entrepreneur, she loves obsessing over the number of bags of trash produced by her household.
Lisa Byrne, MPH CHHC is a mother’s wellness and integrative nutrition expert. She equips moms to live vibrant, healthy, energized lives through online courses and workshops. You can explore what she offers at Well Grounded Life.
Emily Carter is a wife, mother, and former Early Childhood Teacher. She spends her time traveling, writing, reading, and relaxing with her sweet little family. At The Pilots Wife, Emily blogs about flying, building their hangar-home, mommy-hacks, faith, and life on the go.
Meagan Francis is a mother of five kids ages two to teen, author, and blogger. Meagan is passionate about inspiring moms to live the happiest lives they can via her blog The Happiest Mom and her book, The Happiest Mom: 10 Secrets To Enjoying Motherhood.
Angie Kauffman is a university-trained teacher turned homeschooling Mom to her three children. At Many Little Blessings, she writes about the things that happen between all those loads of laundry. She founded (and is a contributing writer and editor at) HS Classroom and Catholic Mothers Online. She is also an artist and designer.
Katie Kimball is a mother of three who spends a ton of time in the kitchen making real food with whole ingredients ,and then blogs about her successes and failures at Kitchen Stewardship. Visit her blog for real food and natural living dished out in chewable, baby step portions.
Rachel Meeks lives in Texas with her husband and two small children. She blogs at Small Notebook, where she writes inspiration, encouragement, and practical tips about living simply. She doesn’t have it all together, and she likes to write in notebooks. Sometimes she draws stick figures.
Aimée Wimbush-Bourque went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop after nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry. She serves as editor at Simple Bites, one of the Simple Living Media blogs, and also writes about her family at Under the Highchair. Cooking has always been Aimée’s preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation.