Composting for EVERYONE in 3 Simple Steps

Since I spoke with Osheta Moore about composting on the Shalom in the City podcast, I’ve gotten a lot of feedback from both readers & people in my real life about how they are intimidated by many environmental practices, especially composting. So today, I want to provide you with a QUICK and EASY guide to starting your own compost. Pick a spot This can be anywhere you’d like on your property (if you live in […]

Hear Me Roar!

My wonderful, gracious readers, I have not been writing as much as I had hoped as of late. Life has gotten in the way and I chose to prioritize my free time caring for myself and doing all the paperwork and house work that goes along with selling and buying a new house in Indianapolis! I have not forgotten about the blog and there is more content coming really soon! While you wait, if you […]

Just One Thing

Making a change can be overwhelming and scary. Many people are held back by intimidation, fear, worry, and fatigue. With Earth Day fast approaching, I wanted to take some time to provide you with some useful tips for making JUST ONE change that can have a positive impact on our precious planet. You have to start somewhere, so let’s start with choosing just one thing to do to preserve and protect our natural resources. Get […]

Tear-Stained Cloth Diapaers

I joyously proclaim myself to be someone who cares deeply about the environment. I will enthusiastically share more about what I do on a daily basis to make intentional choices to preserve the environment for a whole lot longer than you would want to hear about it. I am proud of where I am right now living intentionally and I am continuing to strive to do more, to do better, to push myself a little […]

Intimidating Environmentalism

My first step into intentional living came through a desire to be a better steward of the environment. My passion for making intentional life choices started here, and caring for the environment remains a subject central to my identity and close to my heart. I come from a family who does care for the environment, and we did many of the main-stream, conventional things Americans so. We recycled, we gardened, we bought many things used […]