Working with sourdough is extremely rewarding, but it can easily be somewhat wasteful. In case you aren't familiar with the feeding process, I'll quickly describe it. The word "feed" can sound daunting, but think of it as a refresh. To feed a sourdough starter, you take a portion of the current starter and add new… Continue reading How to Not Waste Sourdough Discard
12 Easy Ways to Increase Sustainability
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.
How to Not Have a Microwave
I’m honestly thankful that our microwave started sounding like it was gearing up to explode, because it made me try something I had never even considered beforehand. The amount of processed food, especially frozen processed food, that we eat has not only decreased, but we enjoy the products that we do have more because of how and how often we prepare them.
How to Organize Recipes Online- Free & Simple
Picture this. You make one of the best batches of snickerdoodles you’ve ever made. You save the recipe link so that you can make them again. When you come back to make more, the link is broken and you’re taken to a website full of coupons but void of cookies. Gone is the recipe, and… Continue reading How to Organize Recipes Online- Free & Simple
1 Year Breastfeeding as a Vegetarian
When my son was a newborn, I didn’t understand how people could enjoy breastfeeding. My nipples were drier than the Sahara desert, and I literally felt like I had boulders attached to my chest. I was discouraged by how hard it was to get a successful latch, because I thought that it would come naturally… Continue reading 1 Year Breastfeeding as a Vegetarian
Tips on How To Write Goals and How Not To Make Meringues
Hellooo 2021. Was 2020 both the shortest and longest year or what? On one hand, it feels like I was just writing out my 2020 goals; however, it feels like a whole lifetime ago that I wasn't a mama. While I know that nothing is revolutionary about the change of a calendar, I actually worked… Continue reading Tips on How To Write Goals and How Not To Make Meringues
How Pregnancy Changed My Perspective of Food
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that recently I have been enjoying baking sweet treats and cooking delicious vegetarian food. It’s not that I just decided to start taking pictures now for the first time. It’s that this is the first time in my adult life that I am not afraid of… Continue reading How Pregnancy Changed My Perspective of Food
How to Have a Peaceful Relationship: Quarantine Edition
I've always said that I could be with my husband Noah 24/7 and be happy. Thanks to COVID-19, I've pretty much had the opportunity to put this notion to the test. Due to the nature of my husband's job, my extended stay at home started before his. Those 8-5 hours dragged by with just me,… Continue reading How to Have a Peaceful Relationship: Quarantine Edition