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July 10, 2020

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child smiling with joy after picking radishes from garden

Today I’m sharing our June 2020 garden update! This post is a few weeks late, but I’m getting it up, mostly so I can remember what our garden (and my sweet Zoe) looked like in June 2020. She turned 7 this year, and it’s hard to figure out where the time went. Goodness, it feels […]

June 22, 2020

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Girls watercolor painting under our peach tree

(This post is sponsored by Babyganics; all opinions are my own.) We’ve been spending as much time as possible outdoors. We have a little less than a 1/2 acre, and I’m so thankful for this space to sprawl out and make the most of the beautiful weather. And finally get out of the house! Today […]

Join the 4-week live slow challenge

Today, I’m introducing my Live Slow Challenge. I’ve had a dream for A Daily Something that’s nearly seven years old and I’ve been “actively” (more like passively #momlife) working on developing this exciting project since early 2019. Talk about slow living, huh? Over the years, my primary goals for A Daily Something have been to […]

May 25, 2020

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Our four children standing in the strawberry field

We eagerly await this time of year, the 5 or 6-week strawberry picking season. Once we tasted the warm, fresh strawberries straight from the ground, nothing could compare (not even the Farmers’ Market). I love how local, seasonal treats can help instill patience, appreciation for hard work, and anticipation for each season. The kids really […]

May 19, 2020

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Fish taco with kale and chive blossom garnish

I’ve been obsessed with Costco’s salmon burgers for years. We typically just grill them on our little countertop grill, and then throw them between some slices of bread or on top of greens. Such a satisfying, protein-filled dinner, and EVERYONE in our family loves them. In the summertime, we frequently just grill the salmon burgers […]

May 19, 2020

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Raised garden bed with greens

Vegetable gardening! I receive THE MOST questions about our garden this time of year, and since our gardening story is unique, and my approach to gardening is super chill, and I figured I’d go ahead and write an updated post on the topic. You can see my past garden posts here (my last update was […]

May 13, 2020

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Pile of crispy sourdough crackers

I’m about 2 weeks into my sourdough journey, and can honestly say, it’s been SUCH a fun adventure! After my initial starter died after about 36 hours, my second one – Harry – has been thriving. I’ve only baked one batch of sourdough bread, and the recipe called for added commercial yeast. So that one […]

May 9, 2020

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Pottery bowl full of chive blossoms

Chive blossoms! Take a look at those intricate little flowers! Have you ever used them? They are probably my favorite unexpected element in the kitchen! I stumbled upon a bunch of these purple beauties at the Farmers’ Market several years ago, and I’ve been savoring them every spring since then! I actually like the flower […]

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