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Instagram vs Reality

Instagram vs reality. Some days the wind blows my hair just right, and other days I’m stuck in a hair tornado. Windblown may be pretty, but my reality is often the hair tornado. That got me thinking about how toxic social media can be sometimes. Lately I can scroll through social media and feel the shame creep in as I watched my kids on their iPads while everyone else’s kids…Read More

Seed Starting 101

I love watching my little sprouts grow from seeds to full on plants through seed starting. It’s a more advanced gardening practice, but it’s one that can be highly beneficial to anyone looking to get more from their garden. I’ve shared a bunch of prepping hacks lately (including bread making sourdough starting, making your own hand sanitizer, etc.), and now I want to share a little bit about seed starting…Read More

These are Hard Times for Our Kids

It was really hard to tell Phoenix that we had to cancel her 7th birthday party last month. I know that there are bigger things going on in the world, and a lot of sacrifices being made, but in my little world this was a hard one for us. I tried to make the day special anyway, but birthdays are such a big deal for our little ones, and it…Read More

Right Now the Little Things are More Important than Ever

I’ve been really overwhelmed over these past few weeks. I’m scared, and stressed, and frustrated. I felt like I had to step up and use my platform to help this crisis. I made video after video explaining why people need to take this pandemic seriously, and why we should all stay inside. I wasn’t sleeping, I wasn’t eating. The truth of the matter is that I’ve reached who I will…Read More

How to Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

When I was growing up, my family had a sourdough bread starter that was over 100 years old! If you keep feeding it and taking care of it, a sourdough starter can be something you pass down through your family. How cool is that? You might think that’s too hard, but it only takes 2 ingredients (that you probably already have), and about a week to make! You can make…Read More