Baby Led Weaning
Emily Gerde jumps into a quick podcast to share her insights on Baby Led Weaning. In a nutshell, baby led weaning is when you start your child on real foods first and you skip the purees. Continue reading
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Emily Gerde jumps into a quick podcast to share her insights on Baby Led Weaning. In a nutshell, baby led weaning is when you start your child on real foods first and you skip the purees. Continue reading →
Matt Duncan is an educator and the author of the book called The Upcycled Toys Club. He and his business partner also started an online community by the same name.
Our podcast guest Brodie Welch is saying without a doubt in her mind that self-care is a radical act!
Why should we believe her?
Because Brodie knows her stuff! She has studied and worked in the health field for over 20 years and has helped countless people to take that step towards better health. Continue reading →
Guest Blog by Amy Oestreicher Not Waiting for Life: How I Learned to Love My Detour I’m the youngest kid in my family, and I grew up pretty well. With two doting parents and three…
Our journey on the sustainable living path led Marianne and I to create a weekly podcast a little more than two years ago.
This episode marks 100 times we’ve recorded and shared our thoughts, interviews and tips via the podcast.
In celebration of this milestone, Marianne traveled to my Big Bear homestead last weekend to brainstorm about our future plans and to record this episode.
Jennifer Osuch discovered the art of self-reliance through parenting.
As the mother of two children with asthma, she wanted to do whatever she could to reduce toxins and support their health. Through her research she learned techniques and skills that really made a difference. She began to make healthy meals from scratch using old-fashioned techniques like canning and food dehydrating that also saved her time and money.
Jennifer and her husband Bill teach people how to do these things and more on their website, Self Reliant School.
The Suburban Micro-Farm is Amy Stross’ new book chronicling her experiences on her 10th of an acre homestead.
When Amy moved to a house with a typical suburban sized yard, she didn’t have any background in gardening, let alone suburban farming. She joined a CSA because she wanted local and fresh food. That particular CSA encouraged their members to help on the farm. This got her hands in the dirt and was her first introduction to growing food. It didn’t take long for her to realize that she really liked raising her own vegetables. Continue reading →
Like many of you, one of the biggest reasons I had for choosing green living as my path was because it was more in line with my values.
At that time, I looked around for environmentally friendly and ethically produced products but found they were expensive and difficult to find.
I would have loved to have access to “A Greener Daily Life“, a website founded and run by Chet Van Wert, to connect “conscious consumers with sustainable, ethical brands.”
Greg Peterson’s motto is: “I am the person on the planet responsible for transforming the food system.” A tall order indeed. Greg took on this mission after he attended a series of seminars for self development. Continue reading →
Free Yes, the course is free! You read that right. Not only free, but created by a renowned Permaculture Teacher, Andrew Millison and with the resources and support of Oregon State University. What does that…