With the minimizing rage of 2019, in full swing from Marie Kondo-ing our entire lives, to me realizing I was impulsive buying too often. I decided to step back during the month of March and do a No Buy Month. The rules were: 1. don’t buy anything for my closet 2. definitely nothing new 3. … More Wear It Wednesday | My Experience with a No Buy Month
This is such a strange time, self care is both encouraged by society but not so much that it becomes the only thing on your mind. It’s emotional, physical, and spiritual. Some Christians downright don’t like it as it comes across to them as selfish and indulgent.
I want to preface this post with the following facts: I grew up in Texas, my grandfather was a member of the NRA, and I’ve never held a gun in my life.
As a busy working woman, I don’t host gatherings very often. I’m often envious of those who eagerly open their doors to others. But this month’s Globe In Artisan box has me wanting to plan a get together with my closest friends!
I am not a foodie. I do love to eat but I don’t make amazing yummy food for the eye and for the stomach. I do on occasion read cookbooks, weird I know but it’s oddly satisfying. Try it some time.
I struggle with Valentine’s day, I mean it is a ‘Hallmark’ holiday and I say that with love because my mom works for Hallmark. While the ethical and sustainable community seems to be leaning towards a minimalist lifestyle, I’m still in full support of Valentine’s gifts. But what do you give an ethical or sustainably … More Valentine’s Gifts from GlobeIn
In an effort to be more sustainably minded, I realized this year the ONLY reason I used plastic bags was for our raw meats. I could put literally anything else in a jar or glass pyrex dish. So I started doing some research when I discovered Stasher bags. Heads up this is not sponsored in … More Sustainability | Stasher Bags
While I wasn’t thrilled with Pantone’s choice of color for the new year, probably because I’m knee deep into winter presently but also because it feels done already. I was personally rooting for a Marigold yellow/orange, maybe next year!
For a few years now, I’ve given up on new years resolutions and chosen a word of the year.
At the beginning of every year, I chose a word and let that word cultivate myself and cultivate in my life for the year.