Whether you’re new to the world of cat companionship or you’ve had feline friends for some time, one thing is for certain—they are a part of your family.
Cheese, glorious cheese. You can melt it, spread it, slather it, shred it—the possibilities are endless.
When shelter-in-place first went into effect, many flocked to new cottage core inspired at-home hobbies: knitting, gardening, fostering pets, and of course, baking bread.
Bread baking and other homemaking activities have been taking social media by storm as people hunker down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breathing is one of the most natural functions we perform as humans, yet so many people walk through the world disconnected from their breath.
When the order to shelter-in-place went into effect in California, my roommate and I (along with the rest of the world), made a pact to bake a different bread recipe every day.
In a society full of overflowing medicine cabinets, instantly accessible pharmaceuticals and a disconnect from the natural world around us, it’s easy to forget we have a vast world of remedies at our fingertips.