Tips for Going to a Pick Your Own Orchard

I feel incredibly lucky to live where I do near an entire community that is solely geared towards pick your own food, sometimes called U-Pick farms. Located just outside of Spokane, WA, where I live is a place called Green Bluff. Green bluff is a cluster of farms that are open to the public and they are almost operational all year round other than the coldest months when nothing is growing ....more

Why Every Green Blogger Should Attend ShiftCon 2016

Disclaimer: This is sponsored content. Although this content is sponsored, I am writing my own thoughts and opinions and ShiftCon has not told me what to say. I’m just going to come out and say it; there is an overwhelming amount of blogging conferences out there ....more

6 Ways to Have an Eco-Friendly Wedding

When I got married in 2009, I admit I wasn’t as ‘green’ as I am now. My green lifestyle changes have been a journey for me and I was in the baby steps portion of it at that point. I didn’t even think of doing things in a more Eco-friendly way at the time ....more

Low Fat Protein Rich Chicken Salad Sandwich Wraps #NewComfortFood

I have teenagers. Currently, just one lives here, yet it seems that with everyone’s schedule we rarely get a chance to have a family meal since we are all going different directions all at once. For me, this means any meals I do make when we happen to all be here have to be fast, healthy and of course, delicious ....more

Low Carb Pumpkin Treats

It’s almost fall! For many people, that means its pumpkin season. Stores and brands start going nuts with pumpkin spice flavored stuff and although I personally am not a huge fan of pumpkin stuff, I have to admit, I do enjoy the scent of pumpkin spice goodies baking in the oven ....more

How to Avoid Produce Waste

I hate to admit it, but I am living in a household that seems to be committing a crime of sorts; produce waste all.the.time. I wrote a post not too long ago about having a zero waste kitchen, but there are some habits that I have been having a hard time breaking and one of them is produce waste. Every 2 weeks when I clean out the fridge, I find myself throwing out produce; probably a couple hundred dollars worth a year, to be honest ....more

Chocolate Covered Apple Bites

I made this recipe last year but didn’t get a chance to put it up until now. With apple season upon us, and the fact that I live in the state that apples are known to come from, I thought since we will be doing our annual apple harvesting from the local pick-your-own orchards soon that now was the perfect time to share this delicious concoction with you. These are perfect for upcoming holiday parties and would be excellent for Halloween as a semi-healthy treat ....more

How to Save Money on Natural and Organic Beauty Products

Jess is sharing ways to get organic makeup and beauty products at lower costs. ...more

18 Healthy Portable Snacks for Teens and Tweens

This post is sponsored by Wonderful Pistachios. All opinions and words are my own. Thank you for supporting...more

Triple Cherry Pie Recipe

I live in Washington state. For many people that means that our biggest harvest is apples, but something else Washington is known for is cherries, especially of the Rainier type. Rainier cherries were actually developed in the state of Washington in the 50’s and are a cross between Bing and Van Cherries ....more
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