While we’re just a few weeks out, there’s still plenty that can be done to ensure a flourishing garden this season.
As we slowly segue from one season to the next, many of us are itching to get out of our homes and into our gardens. We’re aching for the rain to subside and excited about the promise of fresh crops of vegetables and emerging flowers in vibrant hues.
Homework, errands, household chores, sports commitments, oh my! In this dizzying pace of life, we often muddle through our days misdirected. Focus is on doing, not living. Or sharing, for that matter. Many of us would love to slow it down a little and spend more “quality time” with our children and spouses. But who’s got the time? We do.
Zero Waste may not be for everyone, Krystina acknowledges, but everyone can make small changes to reduce their plastic use and environmental footprint. Start with everyday items like bamboo toothbrushes and stainless steel safety razors. Purchase what you need not just bulk. Borrow instead of buy.
To minimize the chaos lurking in every corner of the home, get creative. Reconsider trashing what others could use. Search online for organizations, causes and help centers locally and nationwide. You’ll be surprised by the number of meaningful places to give.
Holidays are about sharing the abundance of our riches with family and friends. It’s about breaking bread and bursting out in song and laughter. Sitting by a warm fire, reflecting on a year of health, happiness and good fortune.
When Jessie Yancey ofPen-Y-Bryn Lavender Farm came across LooHoos at a trade show, she admired the company's commitment to environment. So when she met founder Cyndi Prince a friendship quickly formed, then a collaboration.
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