Twenty Five Tips for Being a Locavore

If you're following the trends, you've started to be a bit more sustainable in your lifestyle...right? Or at least you're trying. Everywhere you look there are posts to help you get healthy, eat better, DIY-cleaner/washer/toothpaste/shampoo, grow food from scraps, recycle, and it goes on, and on, and on. Realistically, you'd have to have a lot … Continue reading Twenty Five Tips for Being a Locavore

Bones, Broth, & the Basics

I always knew there was something different about my mom's soup. This wasn't a constant in our diet, but it stuck out mostly during my high school and college days. No matter what the main ingredients in her soup were, mung beans for Ayurvedic cleansing or mushrooms and lentils because those were the only things … Continue reading Bones, Broth, & the Basics

It’s Okay to Not Know

The other day, I called my dad, in tears, telling him that I didn't want to be an adult anymore. His response…"but your whole life all you've ever wanted was to grow up…" concerned, that his daughter, 1500 miles away, was having a break down and wanted to give up. But it wasn't that I … Continue reading It’s Okay to Not Know

You Complete Me. Why do you always look for someone else to “complete” ourselves?

I had to say goodbye to someone who swept me off my feet. I fell hard. Very hard. In the best way - the real way - the way that it is healthy to fall. I'm still falling and I'm not holding back. I'm allowing the emotions to churn, and the tears to fall, and … Continue reading You Complete Me. Why do you always look for someone else to “complete” ourselves?

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb: Celebrating Ostara

Today is the Spring Equinox. The first day of the season of rebirth, growth, and warmer weather! We start our gardens, planting seeds, and reminiscing about the winter weather. In the Judeo-Christian mindset, we're preparing for Easter and/or Passover, holidays that celebrate certain historical events. In the Pagan mindset, we celebrate Ostara - stemming from … Continue reading In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb: Celebrating Ostara