Alright. Let's be honest. I have this fantasy that I go to the farmer's market every single weekend on a bicycle with a cute little basket in the front to hold all of my produce. I become friends with all the farmers. I spend some time canning/preserving part of my purchases so that we can … Continue reading Fantasy Weekend at the Farmer’s Market
Well, well, well. This past month has felt as if I'm living through a Stephen King novel where I'm getting chased by some creepy clown with a chainsaw down a dark alley wearing high heals. I really don't even know if Stephen King wrote a book about that but it feels like it could have … Continue reading Return to Minimalism
This past weekend I showed up at the parking lot of my new favorite trail. I wasn't expecting to see many people since it is fairly remote. Instead I found a couple horse trailers and a couple piles of horse poo. Running through the woods keeps you on the look out for deer, which are … Continue reading A Horse of Course along the Trail with a Heart Shaped Rock
Regardless if you purchase the book or borrow it from the library, one of the best ways to support your favorite authors is to review their books on Amazon and/or Goodreads. 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg Found this book after listening to the Frugal Friends podcast Episode 103, How to live … Continue reading Book Review: 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg
Regardless if you purchase the book or borrow it from the library, one of the best ways to support your favorite authors is to review their books on Amazon and/or Goodreads. Don't Overthink It: Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life by Anne Bogel Unexpected. I was not expecting to … Continue reading Book Review: Don’t Over Think It
Growing up I saw my one set of grandparents save and repurpose many things. As a child, my Nanny drew a whole town on the back of a flatten cardboard box that would be stored under the couch. I would drive the little cars all around this town for hours. She also taught cool science … Continue reading And There Goes the Paper Towels
We are now about a month into this new norm of social distancing, practically cleared out social calendars, and a completely new normal. In the beginning I fought this change, then I got really upset and angry because my life changed without my consent, and now I accepted this is my new normal. However, what … Continue reading How Do You Plan the Future?