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Book Review: The Garden Primer by Barbara Damrosch

Not everyone is born a farmer or a gardener but it is a skill that is worth learning for everyone. Still, lots of people find themselves intimidated when first starting out. It seems like there’s a lot to know about gardening in general, and even more so when talking about organic methods. It’s not nearly… Continue reading Book Review: The Garden Primer by Barbara Damrosch

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Book Review: “Green Clean” by Lisa Mason Hunter and Mikki Halpin

I enjoy reading about green and sustainable living as much as I enjoy writing about it. There are so many resources available these days. This book is one I picked up at a sell at my local library a few years ago* but since it’s been helpful to me, I thought it would be nice… Continue reading Book Review: “Green Clean” by Lisa Mason Hunter and Mikki Halpin

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Jumping on the Coconut Oil Bandwagon: Is it Really All That?

I know. I’m years behind picking up on this craze. I’ve been hearing about the benefits of coconut oil forever. ┬áPeople in the crunchy communities and these days even most suburban housewives are familiar with the near Devine powers of this magical goop but despite all I’d heard, I couldn’t bring myself to see past… Continue reading Jumping on the Coconut Oil Bandwagon: Is it Really All That?