10 Ways to reduce plastic waste

This post contains affiliate links. This means if you choose to make a purchase through one of links I will make a small commission at no additional cost to you. To learn more read our disclaimer here. Plastic has consumed the world. It’s everywhere you look.  There are 2,000 active landfills in the United States. The […]

What no one tells you about birth control pills

Before I was on the pill, I didn’t know anything about them, except for what the doctors and people tell you.  They say that you’ll experience lighter periods maybe even shorter periods, less cramps, a balance in hormones, your acne will clear up, etc… Hey if something can ease your period and clear up acne then […]

Dove Stew

September 1st was opening day for dove. We got out at the crack of dawn and brought home 13 doves.  Dove has it’s own distinct flavor. It’s hard to describe, but let me tell you this little bird packs a flavorful punch. It’s popular to breast the dove and wrap it in bacon and grill […]

Living naturally in a synthetic world Part 1 – Wool

This post contains affiliate links. This means if you choose to make a purchase through one of links I will make a small commission at no additional cost to you. To learn more read our disclaimer here. Wool is a natural, sustainable fiber obtained by shearing sheep.  It’s durable, warm, naturally antimicrobial and antibacterial. One thing […]

Dandelions – More than weeds

Every year weedkillers are sold for the purpose of killing dandelions and other “weeds”.  This is not only toxic for you, your family and pets but it kills one of nature’s gifts. Did you know that dandelions are actually one of the healthiest herbs? For centuries dandelions have been used to aid in digestion, cleanse […]