Growing loofahs is actually one of the easiest gardening things I’ve done. I know, it sounds kinda scary, right? Loofah. It sounds so exotic – and nobody grows them – so it must be hard right? Not at all! Wait a
I don’t know about you, but I am always on the hunt for natural cleaning products. But finding one that works and is safe can sometimes be tricky. So when C11 Clean reached out to me to ask if I wanted
Did you know that loofahs (yes, the things you use in the shower) are grown in the garden, not in the ocean? Yeah, that was news to me too! I first came across a loofah (sometimes spelled luffa) at
Winter. The very word brings dread. The word is synonymous with cold, dreary, yucky and the death of all of seemingly every thing that lives. Some places have the promise of beautiful snow, which can be nice but still
Do you ever feel… worthless? Like you don’t have a voice? I do. When I was in high school, I wrote poetry. Lots of it. A few things were even published in some online collections. I didn’t do it to
Capsule wardrobes seem to be all the rage right now. And with good reason! Having an organized, limited wardrobe is a great way to reduce stress by not having to worry about what to wear – without resorting to yoga
Birthdays are kind of a big thing in our house. A birthday here is a day full of family tradition and special treats for the birthday person. And when that person is a toddler who loves horses, well… its even
You’ve seen it. The heartbreaking image of plastic bags littering a beautiful beach. Or worse, an innocent animal that has been injured, or even died, all because of a plastic bag. But the saddest part of all? Its all completely preventable.
Some of the most successful people in the world have the most simple wardrobes. Steve Jobs wore a black shirt and jeans, Mark Zuckerburg wears gray, even President Obama and Einstein committed to wearing the same colored suit every day.
This week I spent about 12 hours knitting an adorable beanie for a little girl I’ve never met and probably never will meet. And in the process I learned a little bit about giving. And a lot about myself.