A Paperless Kitchen Isn't A New Invention No paper towels. No paper plates. How would one ever survive? A few years ago I toyed with the idea of nixing paper towels from all future shopping lists. When Josh agreed to it, I was ecstatic! We have had a paperless kitchen for nearly 3 years now, and . . .
Josh, Greyson, and I took fall family photos with a local McKinney, Texas photographer, Christina White, this past fall. I absolutely LOVE how they turned out! We all wore a mix of thrifted & eco-friendly clothes with our typical fast fashion stuff that we've held onto for a while. Christina . . .
Cut Your Hair, Conserve Water, Save the Planet What's the craziest thing you've done for something you fervently believe in? Would you believe me if I told you that I cut my hair to conserve water? Well... don't. That's not why I did it. I'm a new mom with a child that requires just the right . . .
20 Days of Sustainable Living Tips This series is designed to showcase small, actionable steps that anyone can take in order to make your lifestyle more sustainable. It doesn’t matter what level of living you are already on. These tips are intended to help you more easily navigate this new . . .
Boston the hairless dog Boston has not made an official appearance on the blog, but he is our spoiled puppy who loves snuggles and blankets. He is an American Hairless Rat Terrier. 90% of the time this dude is cold! Not having hair can take a big toll on such a little fellow. He has a shirt . . .
If you were in Dallas and "in the know" last year, you will recall that the inaugural Dîner en Blanc (pronounced "dee-nay in blanc" /// "di.ne ən blaŋk") Dallas 2015 was the event that you HAD to attend. If you're like me, you missed it, and immediately regretted it! Let's not all get down about . . .
I can't even believe I just typed that post title. I have been writing, blogging, growing, re-imagining and reinventing this blog for the past FOUR whole years, as of February 12th! Along every step of the way, my friends and all of you have been pivotal in every success that it has . . .