Balancing life and expectations while making the switch to a zero waste lifestyle.
The first week of Zero Waste February is complete! While we didn’t keep our waste at exactly zero, we started the month off strong. Reusable bags and glass jars for buying in bulk made grocery shopping easy; however, it is seemingly impossible to leave the grocery store without some plastic container or twist tie. Next
Making the change toward a zero waste lifestyle
Hikes within 20 miles of Washington DC: Rock Creek Park
One year after the Women’s March, we evaluate whether we can be gay in Washington, DC.
After surviving the bomb cyclone and frigid winter weather during the past few weeks, we are desperately looking forward to spring. We recently received our official community garden plot number for the upcoming year: T4! That’s roughly 20 x 16 feet of additional space from last year’s half plot (which we will be turning into
Easy ways to use food scraps that might otherwise go to waste.
The peaks and valleys of our trek to Machu Picchu
Our musings and resolutions for the year ahead.
Whether you are looking to get into the holiday spirits or just warm up on a cold winter day, we’ve come up with three easy holiday drink recipes to get you through the holiday season. All the ingredients in our drink recipes are either easily sourced year-round, or purchased from local craft producers in the