A Year End Review of My 2021 Blog Posts

It’s hard to believe we are so close to the end of the year. This will be my last blog post of 2021 and I wanted to share some posts from the past year. I wrote over 40 blog posts this year about gardening, holistic nutrition, cooking from scratch and life updates. I have enjoyed connecting with you here, it’s been amazing. I appreciate you showing up and reading what I have to share, it means so much to me! Here is a review of some of my most popular posts from the year. I hope you enjoy reading them again and if you’re new here, may you learn things you didn’t know before. I am sharing a few from each month below.

Common Seed Starting Mistakes 

What’s Your Why? 

In March I focused on Herbs and included a post to commemorate the anniversary of when I started nutrition school, which was one of my most popular posts of the year:


 7 Years Ago Today I started Nutrition School

Culinary Themed Herb Gardens

Herbs For Digestion

Calming Herbs To Grow In Your Garden

In April I focused on  many different garden greens:





In May I covered various garden tasks to show you the things I do to keep my garden happy and healthy:

Talking About What To Plant, Watering, Pests and Hail

Week of May 10th

Weeks Starting the 17th & 24th

In the End of May and through June I covered edible perennial gardening:

Edible Perennial Gardening: An Introduction

Edible Perennial Gardening: Herbs

Edible Perennial Gardening: Roots, Tubers and Bulbs

Summer Solstice Musings

In July I talked about going camping and leaving my garden alone for days, I also shared about some summer foods:

Camping and Leaving My Garden

5 Plant Based Ways To Add Umami Flavor To Your Food

Green Beans

Summer Squash

In August I talked about the seasons, preparing for your autumn garden and more:

3 Harvesting Tips For Maximum Flavor and Texture

Late Summer Gardening and Prepping For Fall

Connecting Through The Seasons Through Gardening

September was all about autumn:

7 Autumn Recipes To Inspire Your Seasonal Cooking

Cold Hardy and Frost Tolerant Vegetables

A Peak At Autumn Seasonal Foods

October I shared about books, nature and herbs:

3 Of My Favorite Beginner Gardening Books

Connecting With Nature

3 Herbs To Use In Your Kitchen In Winter

November was when I talked about prepping for a better spring and summer garden:

What To Do Now For A Better Spring & Summer Garden Experience

Grow Food And Cook It

5 Tips  To Help You Thrive Through The Holidays

In December I shared my holiday gift guide:

My Holiday Gift Guide For Beginner Gardeners and Cooks

I hope you enjoy revisiting or catching up with what’s on my blog from 2021, this is my last blog post for the year. May you have the best holiday season. I look forward to connecting and sharing more with you in 2022! Don’t forget you can book an online coaching session or cooking class with me. I am now booking for late January and early February, spaces are limited! Garden Coaching and Cooking Classes

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