Note from Mommypotamus: Today’s guest post comes from Renee Kohley of Raising Generation Nourished, one of my favorite new blog discoveries. Renee specializes in wholesome, nutrient-dense recipes that are deeply flavorful and kid-approved. I know we could all use a few more of those, so I’ve invited her to be a guest contributor this winter. Welcome, Renee, and thank you for sharing with us!
(Oh, and don’t forget to save your chicken bones for broth. Here’s my favorite recipe.)Read More »
While checking out at the grocery store? Yeah, me neither. But you know what I have done in grocery stores? Googled mysterious ingredients on my phone.
I’ve already shared with you my man-stink killer deodorant recipe along with my sensitive skin formula and my fave pre-made option, but have I really explained why it’s so important? NO? Oops. Continue ReadingRead More »
And by “don’t love,” I mean loathe to the point that your spouse spends time contemplating your disgust? Continue ReadingRead More »
In my house, bathtime is a success when babypotamus gets wetter than I do, I get to count wiping up after the splashfest as mopping, and there’s a ring around the tub because the kids had good clean fun. And by clean, I mean they went outside and got dirty. Continue ReadingRead More »
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Today’s delightfully simple (and delicious!) addition to our recipe collection comes from Loriel of Naturally Loriel. If you haven’t checked out her blog before, you totally should. I recommend starting with her Nighty Night Bath Salts and Chocolate Mousse. Thanks for joining us today, Loriel!
As a backyard urban farmer because I have a flock of eight chickens and some garden beds, but there’s one thing that separates an actual farmer from a wannabe farmer: They don’t get attached to their livestock.
I’m sure you can guess which farmer category I fall into. Yep, the wannabe farmer. Continue ReadingRead More »
. . . and directly tied to your cerebral cortex? Why aromatherapy, of course. The first documented form of aromatherapy comes from ancient Egypt, where aromatic plants were infused into oil to produce perfumes and medicine. (source) Continue ReadingRead More »
What do you get when your favorite cling wrap manufacturer replaces hormone disrupting PVC and DEPA chemicals in their formula? Most likely, just a new formula with different hormone disruptors. Unfortunately we’ll have to guess what those chemicals might be, because although many companies have recently reformulated, they’re not required to tell us what’s in their products. Continue ReadingRead More »