Why did we choose Boulder, exactly? It’s the perfect, central location between Denver and the Rocky Mountain National Park and it’s a smaller, more walkable city boasting TONS of healthy eateries, outdoor adventure and sustainable initiatives.
Just in time for Earth Day, I’m wrapping up my sustainable kitchen series, and although there is much more to cover in this journey, I hope you’ve discovered a few techniques to implement on your way to creating a more sustainable kitchen and ultimately, lifestyle.
In this four part blog series, I’ll discuss how I’ve created a more sustainable kitchen, reduced food waste, saved money and positively impacted the globe. BONUS-you’ll definitely eat healthier as well. Part one tackles kitchen organization and inventory.
Another year has come and gone and what a rollercoaster of inspiration, creativity and growth it’s been! A bit over a year ago, I happened upon the concept of minimalism, and I truly believe my life has been fully aligned with the concept. Here’s a quick recap of what I’ve learned and thoughts on 2017 before you’re off to enjoy the festivities and ring in the New Year: BOLDLY AND UNAPOLOGETICALLY WORSHIP: Every single path I’ve taken in this crazy life was determined for me long before I was even born. I’m still a work in progress, but giving in and acknowledging that He alone is the provider of all blessings has taken time. My wish for the New Year is for people to see HIM through MY actions. GIVE MORE: Having a minimalist mindset has allowed for more freedom to give back our time and resources to causes we believe in. The payoff of knowing you’ve bettered the world in some way feels far greater than succumbing to selfish desires. WASTE LESS: Minimalism has opened my eyes to how much we in …