Many of my childhood favorites have recently made an appearance in my household, so I thought it would be fun to pull together a list of my personal nostalgic foods.
Many of these habits bring more joy to my life than the convenience that they may take away. That said, taking care of the environment is worth effort and dedication, because it’s our home and the home for future generations. Sustainability can seem overwhelming and impossible to do perfectly, but I hope you can see by this post that every little bit counts and that it can be a journey of education and gradual progress.
Welcome to the 2022 Gardening Series Kickoff! Let me be clear before I start, I am not a gardening expert. My experience with droopy aloe plants and wimpy carrots is testament to that; however, growing your own food and surrounding yourself with plants that you care for is incredibly rewarding both mentally and physically. Historically,… Continue reading Starting Seeds Inside Zone 6: 2022 Gardening Kickoff
First order of business- if you only read one sentence of this blog post, let it be this: Go and read Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark T. Sullivan. 10/10 the best book I’ve read this year, and maybe my favorite book of all time. Now, back to the post: From the time my son… Continue reading My Top Books of 2021
Growing up, I always said that I didn't want to move back to my hometown after college. I thought that I would be forever trapped in the boring, little bubble known as Columbus, Indiana. I don't think it's uncommon for many young adults to subscribe to the idea that the grass is always greener on… Continue reading The Return: How to Adjust to Moving Back to Your Hometown