I don't like Andy Warhol. Whew. So glad to get that off my chest. While I'm at it, I don't like Jackson Pollock either, but that's another entry...maybe. At any rate, as a holder of a degree in art history, it's kind of a faux pas for me to make a statement that I don't like Andy Warhol or ... Read More about Art History for Toddlers
I finally made it to the local, semi-monthly Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) meeting yesterday after having been eating this way for over a year and a member of the organization since last fall. I'm very good at coming up with excuses to not go to events like this, but after having spent a week ... Read More about My Journey to Real Food.
I don't think you could say that I'm addicted to Pinterest, but I do spend a good amount of time on there. Fittingly, Simple Homemade is running a link-up called "From Pinterest to Real Life" that features the Pins that we've actually made or done this month, and I felt compelled to participate. ... Read More about From Pinterest to Real Life
A few months back, Amazon was offering the Kindle version of Tsh Oxenreider's book Organized Simplicity for free. As I like free things and I like organization, I jumped on it and E and I started reading it together. I thought I had simplicity all figured out...less is more, right? Just get rid of ... Read More about Simplify.
It's been a little difficult for me to get back into the world of blogging which comes as somewhat of a surprise to me. It used to be such a huge part of my day that even when I wanted to stop, I couldn't. There was some part of me that got something from it even if the larger part of me really felt ... Read More about A Blogging History.