We were all pretty excited about the holiday and equally excited about having the week after off from work and school. I made a list of new activities for us to do during my older
From our family to yours… We hope you have a wonderful holidays and a happy New Year!
This month I read: ‘How to Raise a Wild Child’ by Scott Sampson Favorite Quotes: “Play is the highest form of research” -Albert Einstein “The major problems in the world are a result of the
This past October we went apple picking at a you-pick orchard about an hour from our house near Half Moon Bay. I heard that Fuji, Gala, and Honeycrisp tend to make the best applesauce so
This is one of those perfect comfort food meals to add to your fall recipe list. You can dial up or down the spice depending on how spicy you like your jambalaya. The way I
Keeping a journal is less common these days in the world of technology, social media, and little time. For me, I use a mix of old fashion journaling and online journaling. In some ways my
Why reduce plastic? To start off, let’s briefly discuss why we would even want to reduce plastic in the first place… As quoted from one of the studies I linked to below, researchers say: “Plastic,
This month I read: “The Paleovedic Diet” by Akil Palanisamy MD Favorite Quote: “One of my colleagues…defines health as the ability to live your dreams. My hope is that by sharing some of the knowledge
In this digital age organizing photos and memorabilia usually looks a lot different than it did 30 years ago. Since it is so easy to take as many photos you want and save them to
I have been trying various home made granola recipes for awhile now. I used to do mostly nuts and seeds with no oats. However, that made for a pretty chunky granola even when sliced small.