Monthly Archives: March 2014

into the light

photo by the beautiful Emma Galloway of MDLT On my bathroom mirror is a little quote scrawled on a scrap of paper andView full post »

Make your own: All natural wood finish

I love rescued furniture. Furniture would tell a thousand stories, if only it could. Old furniture was built to last,View full post »

Week 12: Radically Simple.

I’ve found myself frustrated this week. I’ve been reading a few different books from people who have doneView full post »

Good Food: Kale, Pepita + Lime Pesto

Up until about two years ago, I’d never even heard of kale, let alone knowingly tried it. Before it become theView full post »

Good Food: Healthy Chocolate-Beetroot Loaf

Who doesn’t love chocolate cake. I love it. Bo loves it. My friends love it. But adding veggies to chocolateView full post »

Be the change.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thingView full post »

Good food: Sprouted hummus

I’ve been reading a lot about sprouting legumes and seeds. I’m still right at the beginning of my journeyView full post »

10 ways to ease the weaning blues.

When I weaned Bo once and for all she was just a few weeks shy of two years old. It was a battle of its own. It wasView full post »

Nothing New: Week ten, the transition.

For a while I thought that I had this project figured out. Don’t buy anything new, it’s so simple.View full post »

Reuse: Washable sidewalk chalk paint.

Do you have a kid that loves being outside making stuff? I do. I’ve found it is 100% the best way to keepView full post »


One of the most precious moments of my day are the moments I find myself lost in a daydream. The funny thing aboutView full post »

Taking Stock

I’ve been floating around a bit recently, so many new projects and ideas, inspired and creative people aroundView full post »