Popcorn, our new boar, arrived today from @kelbyranch. Currently he is getting settled in- rooting for treasures, slurping some water, and getting belly rubs 🐷❤️ he has a whole new area to explore and he’s checking out every corner of his new place! He is such a sweet boy and we are so excited to have a new addition on the farm! Get ready for pig spam! 😜
Hot off the bench: love this little coin wallet.
What is it that I can help you with from the bench. What kind of post outside of finished product do you want to see? Please share your ideas so we can make it so.
Our acceptance letter to our newest market, Urban Craft Uprising’s Summer Show, was just the push I needed to see the next two months shows and markets all together in one spot. Oh my word we are going to be busy! I hope to meet you at one or more of them!
4140 minutes ago
If you want more, just work harder?
Then people working in the farm to grow the coffee, chocolate and rice we eat should become the richest in the world?
I truly wish they do.
But I don't think it's the game rule in our current social structures.
And before it is transformed (by us all) into a more beneficial model for everyone, let's just focus on WORKING SMARTER.
Invest in maintaining our high vibes, and focus on truly important work only.
Don't let others distract your to-do list for the day.
We are creative beings carrying our life force energy through our breathing.
Use them wisely.
8144 minutes ago
Happy earth day! I love Mother Nature, her beauty, and all that she provides for me. I’m very passionate about zero/low waste and sustainability, and I strive to do my part in making a difference for our planet. Especially when it comes to packaging for my products, which is all recyclable/biodegradable/compostable. No action is too small! A few things you can do is try to stay away from plastic as much as possible. Get reusable products when you can (once those plastic things have run their life course, don’t create more waste by throwing away things that still have a use to them just because they’re plastic). Go second hand shopping or shop ethical brands. Get your seasonal fruits/veggies/other essentials from the farmers market. Compost. Use energy saver items in your home. Walk/use public transportation. Pick up trash if you see it, don’t litter... of course! Make your own non toxic skin care, house cleaners, or other products. These are just a few things you can do and I understand not everyone is able to do these things which is totally fine. Just be mindful, aware, and educated about the impact we have on this world.🖤
1011 hour ago
Bien sea en tortilla, ensalada o guiso, ahora está rica y de temporada la acelga...
711 hour ago
Zanahoria asada, rallada, en sopas, en palitos con hummus, hechas jugo, salteadas en un wok o incorporadas en un dip. Siempre están (¡y muchas!) en nuestro refrigerador.
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712 hours ago
Con este clima otoñal nos vienen unas ganas de tomarnos unos buenos vasos de jugo de naranja y pomelo. Y ay, la granada - qué increíblemente bella es ¿o no?
Ever tried a healthy chia seed jam for breakfast? Here’s the recipe.
2 1/4 cups quartered frozen strawberries (I like to freeze fresh, ripe strawberries when they're in season)
1 - 3 tablespoons honey (or coconut nectar, maple syrup, agave nectar, etc.)
2 1/2 tablespoons chia seeds
Place frozen strawberries and 1 tablespoon of sweetener in a medium-sized pot over medium heat.
As the strawberries start to thaw, mash them with a fork or the back of a spoon and bring the mixture to a simmer.
Reduce heat to maintain a simmer for about 8 minutes, stirring frequently, until the strawberries are fully broken down and starting to thicken.
This is optional, but if you'd like a smooth jam, place the cooked strawberries in a blender and blend until smooth. Then place the mixture back in the pot over medium-low heat. (If you want to keep the texture of the broken down strawberries, skip this step.)
Taste the mixture and, if needed, stir in more sweetener until it's to your liking.
Add the chia seeds to the pot and bring to a simmer, stirring constantly for 2 minutes.
Remove from the heat and pour into a glass jar. Let cool on the counter for at least 30 minutes, then place in the fridge until completely chilled. Seal the jar with a tight-fitting lid after the jam is fully chilled.
Serve chilled and keep sealed in the fridge for about 10 days. #finishfit#finishitwithfinishfit#finishfitnutritionapp#organic#diet#ketodiet#ketogenic#ketogenicfood#ketones#ketosis#nutrition#farmersmarket#health#healthy#healthyfood#healthyliving#cleaneats#clenaeating#lowcarb#ichf#instalife#instagood#instahealth#fitness#food#gymlife#gymjunkie#sugarfree
Do you know how to pair pineapples with your workouts? Make a guess and then read below.
Although carbohydrates are most important before your workout, you want to have a little protein, too, in the hours leading up to your workout. About two to four hours before your exercise session, eat a balanced meal with about 0.2 to 0.25 gram of carbohydrate and protein per pound of your target body weight. This could be a chicken breast with a green salad and pineapple chunks, or a piece of salmon with brown rice and pineapple slices.
Pineapple also makes a great snack after your workout. Its simple sugar content is quickly metabolized to replace your depleted muscle glycogen stores -- the stored energy in your muscles -- which helps aid recovery and prepares you for your next workout. It's also a rich source of the mineral potassium, which aids proper muscle function, and it's 86 percent water, so it will help you rehydrate after your workout. Protein is an important part of this snack because it aids muscle recovery. Thirty to 60 minutes after your workout, consume 0.2 to 0.25 gram of carbs and protein per pound of your target body weight. Blend pineapple chunks and Greek yogurt in a smoothie, or top Greek yogurt with diced pineapple. Are you ready to Finish It With Finish Fit®? #finishfit#finishitwithfinishfit#finishfitnutritionapp#organic#diet#ketodiet#ketogenic#ketogenicfood#ketones#ketosis#nutrition#farmersmarket#health#healthy#healthyfood#healthyliving#cleaneats#clenaeating#lowcarb#ichf#instalife#instagood#instahealth#fitness#food#gymlife#gymjunkie#sugarfree
Yogurt and Fruit Parfaits anyone? This is a great pre-workout meal for a blast of energy.
3 cups vanilla nonfat yogurt
1 cup fresh or defrosted frozen strawberries in juice
1 pint fresh blackberries, raspberries or blueberries
1 cup good quality granola