It’s only recently that people are starting to figure out, after years of apathy, that when we make choices, we cause change.
Even the simplest of decisions can affect the rest of our world in some small way. Buying from one store might support a political candidate with different beliefs than yours; buying from another funds child labor…and buying from a third supports immigration reform, or an organic farmer near your home town, or a US worker making a fair wage in a clean environment.
It’s time we take the inspir...more
Inspiration and rejuvenation for the feminine heart. Written by Chameli Ardagh, founder of Awakening Women Institute; an internationally acclaimed learning center providing training
tools and community for women who seek to live an awaken and empowered
Founder and Ceo, Diana Lussenden Stewart, blogs about her five-year-old love affair with creating 100% natural, certified organic skin care products for mama + baby. Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, BABYBEARSHOP Organic grew out of Diana's love and concern for her daughter who developed painful skin allergies as a baby. If you are looking for a eco chic mama with a love for all things natural and organic, this if a great journey to follow.
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Bad Mama Genny
Like a mommy blog. Except I'm not a mommy. And it's about extreme DIY and homesteading. And food, food, food. And gardening in fishnets. And moonshine makin'. And the fine mess I've gotten us into this time. So not at all like a mommy blog. Ok, you know what, just read the damn blog.
Let’s get one thing straight: we’re all misfits here...
There are four of us. While we live all over the Pacific Northwest (jealous?) with very different lives, all of us are tied together by a few common threads - a genuine desire to be good to our families, our earth, and ourselves. We like to do domestic things and don’t care that domesticity is slightly uncool. We are on a quest to grow our own food, bake our own bread, and raise our own poultry. We like the challenge of learning new things, and getting crazy good at old skills. We like feeling like we can make something that is better and more meaningful than what we can buy.