Living A Modern Homesteading Life

Is it possible to homestead without acres of land and animals? I think you definitely can by incorporating many aspects of modern homesteading into your lifestyle! There are a lot of people who want to homestead, but don’t live on acres of land out in the country. It doesn’t have to be that way! Modern…

Earth Day 2022, Earth Day Every Day

Today is Earth Day, well technically every day is Earth Day, but today we take note of how special this planet is. It is a time to recognize that the choices we make on a daily basis have a huge impact on our planet. It is also a time to see where we can make…

My January 2022 Message For You

Winter is a time of reflection, looking inward, staying warm with tea and hearty soups. It’s a time to fully give in to the need to relax and reset. It’s a time to think about what is calling your heart. It doesn’t mean we need to jump into action and go, go, go, but it…

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…

My 2021 Holiday Gift Guide for Beginner Gardeners and Cooks

When it comes to gardening and cooking having the right high quality tools can make the experience even more joyful. Here are a few of my top picks for gifts for the gardener or cook in your life. Hori hori knife – One of my most used tools in the garden is my hori hori…

5 Tips To Help You Thrive Through The Holidays

With major holidays on the horizon it is ever more important to prioritize self care. It is even more important for those who are gathering in larger groups for the first time in a long time. Having been through 2020 and 2021 with so much social distancing and mask wearing our immune systems and microbiomes…

Connecting With Nature

Nature can be so soothing, grounding and beneficial for our health and happiness. I have always been someone who has loved being in nature, connecting with nature. When I was a little girl you could find me laying on my sleeping bag in the sun watching both the grass and it’s creatures or the sky…

Life: Camping & Leaving the Garden For Days at a Time

This past week I was able to spend some time camping with my family. My mom who is a gardener too, took care of everything at our house for us while we were gone. It was great to spend some time in the great outdoors with my family and doodles. I spent a lot of…

Summer Solstice Musings

The summer solstice is a day I both look forward to and dread all at once. I love the kick off to the summer season, the sunshine, the warm breeze and how wild and green everything gets. I don’t like that it means daylight hours will start getting shorter and shorter until the winter solstice….

Culinary Themed Herb Gardens

If you are new to kitchen gardening or gardening in general, the best place to start is with herbs. My first big tip I could give you is to grow what you love. The second tip would be to grow those things that are hard to come by in a grocery store or those things…

7 Years ago today I started nutrition school

7 years ago today (3-10-2014) I started school to earn my Certified Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Nutritional Consultant diplomas. I can’t believe it’s been so long!🌱🌱🌱I have studied so much about food and nutrition since this day in 2014. I have changed focus over the years from general women’s health, women and children then perimenopause….

Cool season gardening

My last post was talking about things you can do to get ready before the the last day of expected frost. Today I want to talk a little about cool season gardening and the many plants you can start/grow well before the last frost date. 🌱🌱🌱 Did you know you can start long growing plants…