Ah, spring is here, and with it, some of my favorite produce is hitting our Farmers’ Markets! I picked up several bunches of radishes this past weekend and tried my hand at fermentation. Fermentation is a simple way to preserve foods, while also making them easier on your digestive system and packing them full of […]
I’ve been incredibly inspired by the ALL resourcefulness I’ve seen over the past month from friends all around the world. As we’ve been limiting our trips unless deemed necessary, you are re-using, recycling, simplifying, and saving. You are more conscious about your purchasing. More intentional with your consumption. More creative in your cooking and more […]
Everlane makes up about 50% of my closet. I love their simple basics, quality, accessible prices, and transparency. And Everlane denim is truly the absolute best. They’ve been my go-to-hold-me-together denim after two babies. Everlane denim washes well, it’s durable, and the high waisted denim has a lovely 11″ rise – which is perfect for […]
Two years ago, I shared my thoughts on Pantry Essentials and How to Organize Your Pantry. I also made available A Capsule Kitchen Checklist, which is a handy little pdf outlining what I believe to be the “essentials” in a minimalist kitchen, and takes you though how to stock your pantry and kitchen. I love […]
Are you an oats family? I grew up eating oats almost every day for breakfast. We’d have rolled oats with milk and fresh fruit and nuts. Yogurt oats and honey. Hot oats. You name it, we probably had it. I still love oats, and now my little family loves oats. To spread the oats love, […]
With the whole world spending lots of time at home right now, our homes are taking a beating. Or at least our home is! We homeschool our children (and did pre-COVID-19), so our school days have always been primarily spent at home. However, without the option to go anywhere, and the kids’ only “escape” from […]
I’m so thrilled to be launching a new little project today, a virtual chat and workshop series. With COVID-19 turning into a pandemic and requiring that we all stay home and practice social distancing, I want to help in some way. I want to raise funds for those most at need, those without income, those […]
We’ve always been an oats family, and I feel like oats are really having a moment recently. So, I decided to start a “how to eat oats” series and share a few of our family’s all-time favorite ways to prepare our oats. Sometimes they’re raw, sometimes they’re cooked. They’re always scrumptious. Today’ I’m sharing a […]
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