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
I know. I’m years behind picking up on this craze. I’ve been hearing about the benefits of coconut oil forever. People 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?
Did you know it’s totally easy to have an abundant supply of this and many other foods without ever having to buy them again? It’s true. You can reuse this same batch again and again.
It’s a busy night and you need an easy, cheap, quick dinner solution. How about a baked potato bar?
I made this texture exploration quiet book for my preschool class. It’s simple even for the less than crafty. Here’s how to make your own.
We all want our children to have the best possible start in life, to grow and learn as human beings as they progress through childhood. For some parents that means sifting through the unending torrent of educational toys offered by stores and online. There all all kinds of apps and toys with flashy lights and… Continue reading Homemade Toys
I am by no means a talented baker. I’ve made my own homemade bread before but it always comes out too dense or doesn’t rise properly or has some other quirk. Even the so called easy recipes don’t always do right for me but celebrating the approaching fall makes me feel like baking and eating… Continue reading Recipe Time! Super Simple Banana Bread