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Focused on health, motherhood, food, travel and helpful life tools, my blog is committed to sharing the things I'm most passionate about with the broader community in hopes to help others live the most fulfilling life possible. Tout, when used as a pronoun in French, means everything, all or anything. I blog about Tout…and sometimes a little more....more
Green living, local eating, reading, cooking, being a stay at home mama to two littles, starting our homeschooling journey, and trying to live as lightly on the earth as possible while staying on a budget and keeping an organized home....more
for the avid, but limited traveler
for those of us with full-time jobs year round and less
than glamourous financial means, getting that natural itch every so
often to jump on a plane and explore a new place becomes hard to handle
so, this blog aims to capture and appreciate those fleeting,
everyday adventures - whether it’s exploring a new restaurant in a new
neighborhood or taking a weekend getaway
and of course, I won’t leave out the trips, though few and far
between, when it’s possible for me to get on that plane and add to this
There is nothing quite like food to put you in mind of a place, or to conjure memories of a sojourn. Travelers headed to France, or those who have been, will enjoy these food-filled books written by creative women dedicated to truly good food with a local and organic focus.
Truth In Aging attempts to siphon out what
beauty products really work and why,<!--break--> and deliver that honest truth to the consumer.
You practically need
a degree in chemistry to decipher the label on a bottle of drug store
moisturizer these days. I
am dedicated to honest, unbiased reporting amidst claims that are often
misleading and confusing. And, in all the noise, there are actually
some good things out there that get missed because we are bewildered,
jaded and/or cynical.
Trying To Be Greener is a daily blog where you can read about safer
choices for your baby and family when it comes to personal care
products, baby related items, and household items. It also gives
suggestions on how to make simple changes to help save Earth's
Definitely not tree huggers... probably more of plant be-frienders? Gawky Green and Gingerly Green take you through their (sometimes headache worthy) adventures of getting eco-friendlier. It's a personal touch to going green...dynamic,soulful, jargon-free and humorous. Check 'er out.