To begin our week here on the homestead, we were graced with a small fawn that pranced across the back yard, through one of my flower beds. When I noticed it, I grabbed my camera and went out to see if I could grab a few shots. However, it was gone so fast. So, I … Continue reading A Week of Wildlife
I have been having fun in the kitchen quite a bit lately, working on some new whole-food workshop recipes for when we get back to our regular routines after being home on corona-cation, but they aren't ready for posting yet. I have also taken some masterclasses from a few of my favorite raw-food trainers in … Continue reading Two Favorites from Raw Food Kitchen
You may have heard of the tiny house movement where people are living bigger and better with less stuff in a smaller space. As housing costs continue to rise, more and more people are looking for alternative, affordable, and economically responsible ways to live. People are getting creative by converting sheds, school buses, and vans … Continue reading Tiny House Tours
Dear Leader Prospects, The 4 hour leader training has been scheduled for April 25 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. If you are interested, please read through the requirements below to verify you can take on this commitment. Then, if you are still excited to get started, please email me back to let me know. … Continue reading BoneBuilders of RI Leader Training Starts Soon!
Lemon Chia Pudding This recipe is adapted from a recipe by Vegan Richa... It's a lovely, tart and sweet lemon curd pudding that is just in time for summer treats and can be enjoyed frozen! On hot days, we all need something to refresh and fill us up for a snack or breakfast. Cue Lemon + … Continue reading Tasty Summer Treat!
Aaargh! Who remembers the Invasion of the Gypsy Moth in Summer of 1981? That August, they were literally everywhere and on every thing. They covered entire houses and cars, engines and tires, walkways and entire roadways so that you couldn't drive down the road without hearing hundreds of them pop under the tires or walk down the street … Continue reading Recurring Nightmare of the Gypsy Moth!
Today's blog post is simple and inspiring to me. I truly believe in keeping a positive attitude and everything will work out for you. I know it's not always easy, but when you practice this simple concept and you believe it down to your core, the universe, or God or your Creator has no choice … Continue reading Knowledge Is Powerful, Positivity Is Freeing
Click Here to Hear What Spring Peepers Sound Like! Spring Has Sprung!! Woohoo! So excited! With the arrival of the robins a few weeks ago already, it hasn't really seemed like spring until this morning! The Peep Toads have come out of hibernation and are alive and singing their praises! This time of year just makes … Continue reading A Chorus Of Spring Peepers A Welcome Greeting!
Staying Amped & Focused Leads To Productivity Last week I talked about procrastination and how we put off the things we least want to do and how to work around that. Productivity, the opposite of procrastination, means things are getting done and even done on time. I had an incredibly busy and productive week and I … Continue reading Staying Amped & Focused Leads To Productivity
I am a member of a women's empowerment business group that meets twice a month, which I attended this past Monday with four others. Our topic this week topic was about pro·cras·ti·na·tion prəˌkrastəˈnāSH(ə)n/ noun 1. the action of delaying or postponing something. I am writing about it here this week, because I found it so … Continue reading Put It Off Or Do It Now?