Our first egg!


Hi!! I hope you’re doing okay! I wanted to share my last couple of Instagram posts with you in case you’re not on there because it’s been a busy week for us over here!     We got our first egg from the chickens! I was so excited I was running with it after this […]

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May 15, 2020

garden tour!


Happy first day of May… it’s officially garden season!   We spend as much time as we can in our garden and put a big harvest table in the center of it so we can eat family meals out there.  Last year, Southern Living Magazine came over for a visit and photographed a little family […]

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May 1, 2020

All about celery


  This week’s HOMEWORK IGTV episode was All About Celery! Has anyone else been doing the morning celery juice on an empty stomach thing?  (I’m generally not one to believe in miracle “fixes” but when one of my best friends told me she’s been doing it after she saw it on the Medical Medium Instagram […]

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April 28, 2020

Wild garlic soup adventure


I don’t know what it is, but I am seriously into foraging.  Whether for flower arrangements or food, it always ends up being a good experience- one that takes us on some sort of little adventure outside that ends up making life a little prettier or tastier.  There’s just something so satisfying to me about […]

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April 21, 2020

Seedling Station


For the first time in many many years, I’m trying my hand at starting seedlings indoors to transfer in the garden when it’s warm enough.  In the past I’ve failed miserably (I’m a pretty terrible/lazy/impatient gardener honestly) so I’m not sure how much hope I’ve got for the process but I’m giving it a go. […]

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April 6, 2020

Things we should have been doing all along


  This whole situation has me thinking about all the ways in which we were living, the habits our family developed and the corners we’ve cut for so long… always thinking, “I should…” or “I’ll fix this later” or “maybe next time.” We’ve been forced to change those habits and I don’t ever want to […]

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March 31, 2020

Propagating Produce


  The grocery store has been slim pickings lately and so I’ve been propagating everything I can so that we have it in the future and we’re able to reduce the number of grocery trips needed.  Before all of this, we were the type of people who only bought two to three days of food […]

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March 30, 2020

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