If you’re looking for the best homemade burger buns for your summer BBQ then look no further!
Your first night on earth you slept. You were tired from being birthed just a few hours earlier. I was too, but I barely slept. How could I? I was equal parts enamoured with you and terrified of you. The second night neither of us slept. You were hungry and unsure what had happened to… Continue reading Bedtime Snuggles
There’s nowhere to go this Valentine’s Day so I essentially devised a way to lock the kids in a room while their dad and I snuggle on the couch for a hot minute. jk, they’ll be asking for help with this adventure. But a mom can dream. Since there’s no date night to be had,… Continue reading Valentine’s Escape Room
If you’ve ever looked into how you can reduce your carbon footprint you’ve likely heard time and again that the best way to do this is to reduce how much meat you consume. But what if you don’t want to? Can you still include meat in your diet sustainably? I stopped eating meat almost 2… Continue reading Sustainable Meat
Ignore the dirty grout (#reallife) My kids love bath bombs. LOVE them. Anytime I’m gifted one it inevitably has dibs called on it by one kid or the other and I watch it fizzle away in my children’s bath. But truthfully I don’t mind (I’d hide them better if I wanted them for myself). For… Continue reading DIY Bath Bomb Bubble Potion
Do you compost? We have a bin for green waste picked up by our city, but we also compost in our basement. Using layered buckets and mail ordered worms, my husband built us a vermicomposter. Why is composting important? Doesn’t food waste just decompose wherever it ends up? NO! Food waste that ends up in… Continue reading Sustainable Kitchen: vermicomposting
For a year full of challenges, it sure ended on a magical note.
We may very well have a green Christmas, as the snow has been sparse and fleeting this year (I just jinxed it - we’re getting 100 feet of snow in January), but we can also try to have an ecologically green holiday season too. Tips for a Green Christmas 1. Choose reusable or recyclable wrapping… Continue reading A ‘Green’ Christmas
This is my third blog. Fourth actually! There was Birch & Bubbly with my girlfriend, Tuesdays Child where I wrote weekly updates on my daughter’s first year, and the one that started it all was Martha In Training. This weekend I searched through my old posts to find a cornbread recipe I made once that… Continue reading The Happy List
Make these loaded berry scones for a deliciously sweet breakfast 👌🏻