So here’s the deal: A few years ago, my husband (then boyfriend) and I decided to go vegan for health reasons. Many “meat-cheats,” loaves of bread, and larger pants sizes later, we decided to wise up and figure this vegan diet out. In researching a vegan diet, we came across so much information about animal cruelty, federal regulations, federal corruption, chemical additives, and over-processing in the food industry that I (a self-proclaimed cold-hearted egotist) decided veganism wasn’t just great for health reasons but for moral ones, too.
Sparks in the Soil is a blog for faith-based farmers, spiritually-oriented gardeners, and others who want to find meaning in growing their own food and bring that sense of purpose to their houses of worship and community centers. So come and join the conversation about organic vegetable gardening, what growing food means to you, and how to make your community fertile ground!
Official blog for Paige Wolf and the book Spit That Out: The Overly Informed Parent's Guide to Raising Children in the Age of Environmental Guilt. Blogging about green guilt, eco-anxiety, and finding practical, reasonable, and affordable ways to keep our families safe...more
Splendor in the Lemongrass follows the adventures of a former environmental consultant/beer wench driven by quarter-life crisis to move to Chiang Mai, Thailand. The blog covers Thai food, language, travel, and culture, with enough annecdotes and life updates to keep the folks at home happy. Splendor is updated about three times a week.
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A new mom in love with her demanding, active baby, and her equally active community - Squamish Baby features posts for the eco and budget conscious, cloth diapering momma, DIY, home organization projects and trials and tribulations of all things baby....more