This is the last guest post of the Babymoon series. I can hardly believe the babe is six weeks old! Our last guest contributer is Karen Angstadt. Our paths first crossed on Twitter and we realized we had similar empowering attitudes towards our birth work. She is fabulous! Enjoy. If you are interested in sharing [...]
Tears & Abundance I’ve shed some major tears in the past 36 hours. I don’t tell you this for pity or condolences (it’s actually quite hard for me to admit), but rather for the sake of authenticity. I know I’m not alone in feeling overwhelmed by life in our fast-paced world, parenting in a new [...]
I found this posted at my friend’s Amy’s blog, really enjoyed it and I think you will too.
I usually just post these type of things in my “Check This Out” links on the sidebar, but since this is a real life friend of mind and because I enjoyed hearing this audio so much I wanted to pass it along. Enjoy! Really great audio for your listening pleasure.
After an exciting and fulfilling trip to Boston to celebrate the boys’ birthdays with family we are back home again. The boys spent the entire day in pajamas yesterday. We turned our heat on for the first time and everyone was happy to just hang out at home. After a full day at home we [...]
In my eyes, the way to learn the most beneficial skills this life is to live a life full of fun and curiosity; a life that honors individual passions and interests while learning how to co-exist as a family.
It’s been a week or so since I last posted. We are in the full swing of summer which means picnics at the park, adventures in Nature, and Summer evening celebrations with friends. I put my camera down for the past week to just take a break and have been instead focusing my time on [...]
I went to a open lecture yesterday at Cornell. In honor of Earth Day, William A. McDonough, was the guest speaker at the annual Distinguished Environmental Lecture. McDonough, a sustainably focused architect who wrote Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things spoke openly about the need for a shift of consciousness in the [...]
I just picked up this map at my favorite used bookstore yesterday. I love the way information is presented on this map. Regular maps have always been intimidating to me and really never excited me, but I have, in my adult years, fallen in love with bioregion maps. They are so much more alive to [...]