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.
There was a time when I spent the winter months feeling sluggish, often with chapped lips and a runny nose. I wasn’t good at taking care of myself and giving my body the support tools it needed when stress and illness ran high. Over the past few year I’ve gotten better about looking after my health, so I wanted to share a few of the winter wellness remedies I’ve learned along the way.
Hey guys! I got this cute post idea from Lorna at Gin & Lemonade. I enjoyed reading the post so much I thought I’d give it go myself! My favorite times to read are when the moon is up and the rain is loud. I hate book jackets. I have at least five books checked …
These winter hat yarn ornaments are the cutest little gift and so easy to make!
Bookworm Gift Guide: The ultimate gift guide for book lovers.
Cranberry sauce is one of my favorite holiday dishes to eat, and also one of my favorite to make. I love how the cranberries cut through the heaviness of all the other dishes and add a gorgeous pop of color.
Fire cider is a sweet and spicy infused vinegar, pack full of anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
This traditional folk remedy is terrific to have on hand this time of year for winter wellness support.
Since the weather is starting to cool down, it is the perfect time to pull out the crock pot and whip up some chicken soup. This soup has a handful of herbs and root veggies that are supportive of the body and gives it that earthy feel.
In an attempt to become more frugal and live more sustainably, I’ve started making some of our plant-based milks at home. Homemade plant milks are much cheaper than store bought and healthier too. Check out these recipes for oat, barley, and rice milk.