Imperfect Produce is a subscription box that delivers fruits, veggies, and grocery staples that might otherwise go to waste. We’ve been using Imperfect Produce for some time now so I thought I’d do a review for you.
Yesterday my sister and I took to drive up to Tacoma with the girls to visit the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium. The weather was absolutely beautiful in the high 60s and sunny. Going to the zoo has always been one of my favorite summer activities, and I’m really glad that girls enjoy it too. …
Happy Friday, guys! I wanted to start a new series where I share a few of my favorite things from each week. I feel like a stumble upon a lot of share-worthy things (things that I find cool, anyway) and I wanted to create a place to share them with you guys. Rim of the …
A couple of months ago, I made it a point to get organized. Between working from home, homeschooling, and trying to write my book, my days felt overwhelmed. I refused to believe that I couldn’t both support my family and pursue a dream, so I found a planner that had exactly what I needed and implemented a few methods to get myself organized.
We drove out to Schilter Family Farms for a fairy garden party and I just had to share it with you guys.
Last year I learned something that completely changed the way I view my impact on the earth. I committed to making small changes here and there to lower my impact that didn’t disrupt my way of living. Life can be crazy and making changes sometimes feel overwhelming, so I want to share with some easy sustainable changes anyone can make.
Hey guys, it’s late and I’m on my fourth cup of tea because I can’t seem to get warm, so I’d thought I share a thought with you today. I was talking to someone the other day about the best age to have kids, to which my answer was, “whenever you have them,” and their …
To help keep my skin moisturized and exfoliated I like to make simple homemade sugar scrubs that are inspired by the seasons. The combination of clove and orange is the perfect winter scent and it reminds me of the poor man’s pomander. It is so comforting and uplifting and provides immune support, which is just what we need during these deep winter days.
One goal I have this year is to read more books that are outside of my comfort zone. I typically stick to the same genres, so I thought I would tap into my competitive side and try out a reading challenge to encourage myself to read books that I might usually overlook.
Happy holidays guys! With the winter solstice just yesterday and Christmas in a couple days, I thought I would share some of our new and old traditions with you all.