I’m giving it a go again…why I bought a CSA share this year. Food for thought.

Our neighborhood got its first CSA share program (Community-Supported Agriculture) about 10 years ago, and I was an early subscriber. But, but, but...after a couple of seasons, I quit. Here's why I quit my old CSA share program years ago and why I joined a new one this year! Oh you people and your acronymsCSA,…

My 3 best tips on how to adjust to pumping breastmilk at work

My 3 tips to adjust to pumping breastmilk at work

Last week, I texted my cousin-in-law about her transition back to work after maternity leave. She was holding up but hating pumping at the office. It brought back a lot of memories for me, too. Here are the 3 tips I gave her on how I adjusted to pumping breastmilk at work. First, my street…

Who is the cutest baby herb seedling in my herb garden?

Everyone loves an adorable baby, especially when that sweet little cutie is a baby herb seedling. Enjoy these pictures of all of the little babies growing in my kitchen window herb garden. Keep reading, I'll reveal my choice for cutest of the cute. Genovese Basil Basil babies have a soft, round look to them, like…

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The best, simple way to get kids to listen to you

Back in the Fall, I posted an article about getting kids more involved in gardening with six simple garden tasks. Of course, if they are unlikely to listen, you might never get them to the garden to try out Step 1. With two kids, two nephews, a niece and a Godson, I'm no kid-whisperer, but…

If you’re looking for my latest post on Zero Waste homemade soap, it will be right back (updated!)

We are having technical difficulties with the latest, great post on Zero Waste Homemade Soap. I’m so disappointed, but WordPress tech is helping me retrieve my lost post. I hope to have it republished tonight by kickoff time! It’s Super Bowl Sunday in the States. Please enjoy some unique posts while you’re waiting… How (and…