All in Holiday
This woman raised you. She wiped your nose and your butt. She put up with your childhood tantrums, your adolescent melodramas, and your collegiate angst. You left the toilet seat up, your dirty dishes out, and didn’t replace the paper towels. You were literally the worst roommate anyone could ask for for a whopping 18 years… so just take a moment to say THANK YOU.
Why use non-toxic chemical paints when you can harness the power of plants?
This is a really fun way to encourage creativity in children while teaching them the power of plants and to see their food in a different light!
It's quick, it's easy, and hey, if pieces of it comes out of your kid's basket? It'll biodegrade at worst and grow some flowers at best. They'll be the envy of the Easter egg hunt!
If you try to change your entire lifestyle all at once, it's not likely to succeed.
My goal for myself was 100 greener lifestyle changes and choices, and at first, that felt daunting. Now, though, as I look at my life from a different perspective, and see infinite room for improvement... and that's pretty cool!
I love glitter, just like my 9 year old niece, and this year she and I joined forces in search of an eco-friendly confetti option.
A super easy Seville orange jelly recipe that will brighten your morning, and is the perfect counter recipe to the Sour Orange Limoncello post, leaving you with only the seeds and a thin husk of pith as food waste!
And some final thoughts on my first Waste Not, Want Not personal challenge.
Which brings me to my next Waste Not, Want Not project: Sour Orange Limoncello! It's bright, orangey goodness. Click through for the recipe!
When life gives you a giant basket of backyard-grown sour oranges...
Make Seville Orange Marmalade!
It uses the ENTIRE ORANGE, y'all. Waste not, want not. And spread cheer!
Real or Artificial?
This is perhaps the biggest question of Christmas, but while the tree debate rages on, I'd like you to meet the sweetest and most sustainable tree you ever did see!
You've got a holiday party, wet hair, and an unwrapped gift. Thank God you got paper instead of plastic last time you hit the store!
Here are 4 ways to turn that basic grocery bag into something special this holiday season!