Spending in the silly season

Despite the fact that I try to avoid as much sale advertising as possible, I often still cannot avoid the advertisements for the holiday sales. All of the new products that are sold as must-have items can be tempting, even for me! I wanted to take the time today to remind everyone, myself included, that... Continue Reading →

A Carbon Education – worth a read!

On recommendation from Sustainably Vegan in her video on Sustainability must-reads, I recently read "How Bad are Bananas" by Mike Berners-Lee. This was an amazing book that I unexpectedly tackled in a day - It was simply that good! I really love the philosophy of this book and what it tries to make us understand.... Continue Reading →

Update on my Plants

My small garden has become a pride and joy of mine during this life transition. As shown on my Instagram feed, it all started with a small Aloe Vera plant and a baby basil plant, and it has steadily grown from there. I have never been someone with a "green thumb", but with a little... Continue Reading →

What I’ve been watching this week

Some of you seem to be enjoying my video recommendations, so I thought I would post another for this week. Here are some videos I enjoyed this week.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R48k1W3QGVs&t=0s   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXE3Ej8OXzc&t=0s   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBzyzziuTsg&t=0s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ufs-TFMNuE&t=0s   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkAhmHcOgk4&t=0s Happy viewing everyone! And check out a new blog this Friday!

5 reasons to have a to-do list

This month I have been focusing on organization. This includes checklists. Checklists can be a tool for more than just remembering what you have to do. Here are 10 reasons a to-do list works for me. It declutters my mind: Do you ever feel like there are so many things going on in your head... Continue Reading →

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