Day: August 20, 2014


NatureBox: a healthy snack subscription service (and a giveaway!)

And the peanut butter nom-noms were gone before I even had a chance to photograph them. 

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Q&A with Laura: Part 1

@evohoh: What led you to yoga? Boredom!  I know you probably expected some enlightened or inspirational answer to this one, but it was complete and utter boredom that led me to try yoga.  I was 19 at the time and babysitting my nieces and nephew.  After putting them to bed, I went downstairs to watch […]

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Blackberry-Peach Crisp

I remember when I first moved to Idaho and heard friends talking about planting blackberries in their yards.  I was taken aback, because where I’m from in the Pacific Northwest no one actually plants blackberries.  That’s ridiculous.  In fact, they’re kind of invasive and some people even go to great lengths to get rid of […]

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Fall Art For Kids – Pom Pom Tree

I love using contact paper for murals. I did zero instruction during this fall art for kids activity. My daughter counted pom poms, called out colors, and even noticed the size difference of the pom poms. Your child may not label all this learning and verbally clue you into what they are learning but trust […]

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Sweatpants That Are Actually Cute

Moms and sweatpants are kinda like best friends. We love them because they make us feel good, and are functional and easy to throw on in a jif. But they’re not always the most attractive thing walking down the hallways at school to drop off the kids. Some moms (we won’t name names) wear them to bed and when they rise, poof—already… […]

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Book review: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed

I’m undone by the beauty and wisdom of Cheryl Strayed’s Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar. Exquisite, funny, shocking, real and oh, so generous. I picked it up on impulse from Powell’s and read it in a matter of hours. I met Cheryl years ago at a literary salon in […]

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