Environmentalism

10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day Everyday

Happy Earth Day! How are you celebrating? Sustainability is important to my family. We are very appreciative of the ways that Mother Earth supports us, and we try to make decisions that will have a positive impact on the planet. Our home is heated entirely from wood off-cuts, created when my partner mills wood. The… Continue reading 10 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day Everyday

Random

That was one loaded piece of toast

While Meghan gave us the tea, we also heard more about the infamous toast. During Oprah's interview, she read snippets to Meghan from BuzzFeed's article: Here Are 20 Headlines Compcaring Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton That May Show Why She and Prince Harry Left Royal Life. Contrast "Kate's morning sickness cure? Prince William gifted with… Continue reading That was one loaded piece of toast

Craft

WIP Wednesday: Boy’s Sleeveless Sweater

In January I wrote that I'd write more frequently on my blog, but that hasn't happened. The post-Christmas lockdown has been intense due to the school closures! My daughter is now in the senior cycle, meaning she sits her leaving certificate exam next year. She's in higher level classes which require a lot of studying.… Continue reading WIP Wednesday: Boy’s Sleeveless Sweater

Book Review

Black History Month in Review

As Black History Month concludes, I wanted to share with my readers what I've been exploring over the last 4 weeks. I enjoy reading a diverse selection of books all year round, but I focused primarily on the Black experience during February. Books GIRL, WOMAN, OTHER by Bernadine Evaristo I received this book for my… Continue reading Black History Month in Review