Soy-Free, Vegetarian Banana bread is one of my favorite weekend things to make because it’s so quick and easy, and I usually have all of the ingredients on hand. Plus, who doesn’t love waking up to the smell of it baking in the oven?! This is one recipe that I refuse to “doctor up” to … More Banana Bread
We’re in the midst of a move (bye-bye country ranch, hello sleepy beach town!), and subsequent home remodel which we’re doing ourselves (which we quickly learned sounds much more exciting and romantic than it is). Being that I’ve only painted rocks and approx. 1 canvas in my 31-years life, the task of painting entire rooms … More Thyme + Garlic Infused Oil
Remember these guys? Yeah, they’re all grown up: The Wild Women (we think…) of Sycamore Canyon And they’re not the only things growing around here. Our garden, which I talked about way back when is flourishing! I think one of the things we can credit, especially in this drought, is the cardboard layer that’s just under … More Hello, My Name Is Dr. Greenthumb …Sort of.
❤ Well, the first batch is, anyways, and I’m seriously over the moon in love. Look at this gang: Left to Right: Rio, Pip and Olive This past Saturday I went on quite the solo road trip to pick up 3 tiny little Silkie chicks and brought them to the ranch. I have no idea what … More They’re Here!!!
A straw BALE, to be exact. Something I had never heard of, nor thought of, before a few weeks ago. But… Hear me out… It makes so much sense (and I’m praying it’s fool-proof enough that I actually succeed at growing something). A forever (or, at least for-now) home! To start, lets talk the goods. … More The Planting of Lettuce In… Straw.
A daughter (to 4!). A sister (to 3!). A (devoted) girlfriend. A best friend (to few, funny how that happens with age). A Realtor (yes, really). A (mostly proud) dog mom. A ranch resider (say what?!). A duck aunt (best job yet!). And a soon-to-be chick mom (tomorrow, in fact!). With age, comes change. And … More Aside From Being A Yogi, I am…
This is my go-to morning beverage every morning (after my maté, of course) for a plethora of reasons… First being that I actually crave it on the reg. Also, when I’m craving a second cup of something warm in the morning it totally does the trick. It’s super hydrating and super quick to make – … More My Hydrating, AM Health Kick
As of late, a condition called leaky gut syndrome has taken the holistic health world by storm. One of my roles as a Holistic Health Coach is to help people find healing from the foods they eat. So many foods cause inflammation and food allergies/sensitivities, with the “why” behind such reactions being a big … More The Lowdown on “Leaky Gut”
Monday was one of those nights where I got home late from teaching and had nothing prepared and no energy to shop. So, I grabbed every veggie I had in the fridge, threw them all in the oven together and decided to go with a salad… That I ate in bed (real talk). It turned … More Roasted Veggie Salad
I am beyond thrilled, and so humbled, to have the story of my yoga journey selected to be featured on Manduka’s blog. I’m a major Manduka fanatic (see: I’ve had one of their mats for over 2 years, it’s still in perfect condition, and we now have a personal connection and I won’t give it up) … More #MadeForYoga Feature!!