Fall Prep ~ Three Soups to Make Now and Freeze

By Estelle Hayes In my world, there is no better meal than a bowl of soup with a hearty salad or gooey grilled cheese. It’s the ultimate in comfort food and when done thoughtfully, quite healthy. If you read my original blog, you were familiar with Soup Monday and my love of hot, liquid nutrition. Now’s the time to start preparing for the soup-friendly months. I highly recommend making the following three recipes and freezing individual portion sizes for quick, delicious meals this fall. Here are three of my all-time favorite soup recipes. Cream of Read More →

Time, time, time

A little confession: I miss my old blog. The place where I used to share random bits of my life. Things that inspired me and projects I was working on. It was my happy place for sure. I’m struggling to find some balance in my work and freelance life, my Pink Moon Daily life, my family and home life…you know the drill. I’m thinking that a little more personal blogging just might do the trick. So indulge me a moment as I walk you through last weekend. My 2oth high school reunion just happened and Read More →

Sunday Thoughts on Solitude

By Katie Mattern “Guard well your spare moments. They are like uncut diamonds. Discard them and their value will never be known. Improve them and they will become the brightest gems in a useful life.” ― Ralph Waldo EmersonPhoto credit: Katie Mattern 

In the Garden with Torrie and Ryan ~ Tomato Fail

By Ryan Sessions The treasure of a summer garden is the heirloom tomato.  Our neighbors and family members are delighted when we have some to spare.  Who wouldn’t be impressed by a brightly colored fruit that looks and tastes unlike anything you can get from your local grocer?  We look like gardening superstars.  What your neighbors and family don’t know is that they received only the “good ones” – the ones that have not been ravaged by birds, split from over watering, or marked with a mysterious, and highly unattractive brown spot.  Sometimes things don’t Read More →

How Do You Detox?

By Estelle Hayes I don’t know about you, but late August always feels a little like early January to me. I get a real itch to start fresh. That usually means organizing my closet, scrubbing the refrigerator and re-committing to a fitness program. But my favorite way to hit the reset button is with an easy morning and evening ritual of brewing a little detox tea. Each day begins and ends with a cup of warm lemon water. Lately, I’ve been adding freshly grated ginger to both brews and apple cider vinegar to the evening cup. This little routine Read More →

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